Who Won the 1952
MLB AL Mvp

Bobby Shantz

Philadelphia Athletics

1951 MLB AL Mvp Winner
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1952 MLB AL Mvp Winner Bobby Shantz News

MLB Playoffs 2017: Meet 12 Sluggers and Hurlers Who Will Most Impact the 4 Division Series

Newsweek
The 5-foot-6 inch Altuve smote three home runs in Thursday's Game 1 victory against the Boston Red Sox. He will likely be the shortest Most Valuable Player in baseball since 1952, when Bobby Shantz, also 5 feet, 6 inches, of the Philadelphia Athletics ...

1952 MLB AL Mvp Winner Bobby Shantz News

Highlights from Houston's first major league baseball game

KTRK-TV
Colt .45 right fielder Roman Mejias delivered the power with two 3-run homers and Bobby Shantz pitched a complete game. Colt stadium, most famous for mosquitos and extreme heat, was located just north of the Astrodome. According to Ballpark Digest, the ...

1952 MLB AL Mvp Winner Bobby Shantz News

Jose Altuve, Baseball's Unlikeliest Superstar

The Atlantic
The last MVP Altuve's height or shorter was the pitcher Bobby Shantz in 1952, but he was a one-year wonder more than a reliable superstar. Hack Wilson, a 5-foot-6 slugger who starred in the 1920s, put up some gaudy stats at the plate but wasn't the ...

1952 MLB AL Mvp Winner Bobby Shantz News

Analyst Jim Kaat takes special interest in Astros' Dallas Keuchel

Chron.com
"My hero growing up was Bobby Shantz (winner of the first Gold Glove award in 1957), and I modeled my motion by listening to radio announcers describe his pitching motion. "I remember the announcers describe how Bobby Shantz would land on the balls of ...

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