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Nation Legends Club nominations

The following players are up for nomination for induction into the Nation Legends Club, our Hall of Fame equivalent:

2B RANDALL WOLFE
- Played 12 seasons (NYY, MIN, TOR, LAD)
- 1 All-Star selection
- Career AVG of .275
- 183 HR, 621 RBI, 146 SB

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CF MONTAVIUS SANDERS
- Played 14 seasons (PIT, BOS, CHC, LAD)
- 4 All-Star selections
- 2027 Gold Glove award winner
- Career AVG of .276
- 158 HR, 741 RBI, 151 SB

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SP JARED YARBOROUGH
- Played 18 seasons (STL, WSH, DET)
- 3 All-Star selections
- 2025 NL Rookie of the Year
- 2037 World Series MVP
- 210-180 career W-L record, 2 SV
- Career ERA of 3.55
- Career WHIP of 1.09
- Won the World Series once (2037)

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RP DUSTIN RUSSELL
- Played 13 seasons (ATL, BOS)
- 5 All-Star selections
- 78-31 career W-L record, 155 SV
- Career ERA of 2.25
- Career WHIP of 0.86

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IF RANDALL HOOKS
- Played 21 seasons (SD, LAD, PIT, KC)
- 6 All-Star selections
- 2023 World Series MVP
- Career AVG of .299
- 349 HR, 1554 RBI, 358 SB
- Won the World Series 4 times with SD (2023, 2024, 2027, 2030)

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CF DICKIE MCCRACKEN
- Played 19 seasons (COL, LAA, TEX, SEA)
- 7 All-Star selections
- 2027 AL MVP
- Won the Silver Slugger award twice (2026, 2029)
- Career AVG of .297
- 250 HR, 935 RBI, 1044 SB

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Draft lottery results

Here is the draft order for round 1, following the lottery:

1. Tampa Bay Rays
2. Cleveland Indians
3. Philadelphia Phillies
4. Milwaukee Brewers
5. Baltimore Orioles
6. Cincinnati Reds
7. Minnesota Twins
8. Boston Red Sox
9. Texas Rangers
10. Atlanta Braves
11. Arizona Diamondbacks
12. Colorado Rockies
13. Houston Astros
14. San Diego Padres
15. Cleveland Indians (from Kansas City Royals)
16. St.Louis Cardinals
17. Chicago Cubs
18. Miami Marlins
19. Toronto Blue Jays
20. Detroit Tigers

Tampa Bay wins the draft lottery and will pick 1st overall. Also moving up are Milwaukee (from 7th to 4th), Boston (from 10th to 8th), Arizona (from 13th to 11th), Cleveland (KC pick, from 16th to 15th) and Miami (from 19th to 18th).

Reminder that the draft order decided through the lottery only affects round 1. Rounds 2 and 3 are based on team record, from worst to best.

Thank you.

Draft order (before lottery)

Here is the current draft order for non-playoff teams, before the draft lottery. The lottery is set to take place on Tuesday afternoon and will only affect the draft order for round 1.

1. Cleveland Indians
2. Philadelphia Phillies
3. Tampa Bay Rays
4. Baltimore Orioles
5. Cincinnati Reds
6. Minnesota Twins
7. Milwaukee Brewers
8. Texas Rangers
9. Atlanta Braves
10. Boston Red Sox
11. Colorado Rockies
12. Houston Astros
13. Arizona Diamondbacks
14. San Diego Padres
15. St.Louis Cardinals
16. Cleveland Indians (from Kansas City Royals)
17. Chicago Cubs
18. Toronto Blue Jays
19. Miami Marlins
20. Detroit Tigers

Results for the draft lottery will be announced tomorrow afternoon.

Thank you.

Traded picks

ARI 3rd to PHI
MIL 2nd to NYM
KC 1st to CLE
KC 2nd to CLE
KC 3rd to CLE
MIA 2nd to ATL
SD 2nd to TB
HOU 2nd to LAD
NYY 2nd to DET
NYY 3rd to DET
NYY 1st to ATL

League trades

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Not allowed to trade 1st round pick for the 2042 draft: Milwaukee, Philadelphia, San Francisco

- ARIZONA trades 3B JASON DALY, 2B DWAYNE MARCUS and ARI 3rd round pick to PHILADELPHIA for 2B SETH FERGUSON.

- MILWAUKEE trades LF LLOYD COLEMAN and MIL 2nd round pick to NEW YORK(N) for C BILL ENNIS, LF ALLAN WATSON, 2B TRENT MILNER and RP HARLEY MEYER.

- CLEVELAND trades SP MATTY ALEXANDER and SP KEVIN WATTS to KANSAS CITY for SP ADRIAN LERCHEN, KC 1st round pick, KC 2nd round pick and KC 3rd round pick.

- MILWAUKEE trades CF HEATH COCKBURN and RF TRENT CAMPBELL to TEXAS for RP TYLER DOWNING and LF RIP LAHAIR.

- MIAMI trades LF MACDONALD BERGER to PHILADELPHIA for LF TREVOR PRYOR.

- ATLANTA trades 3B RYAN DOW and 2B JACK FOREMAN to MIAMI for SP NICK FISHER, 3B JUAN CABRERA and MIA 2nd round pick.

- CHICAGO(N) trades RP AARON HAYES to MIAMI for SP BUDDY WOODSON.

- SAN DIEGO trades SS TOMMY TOWERS, SP JACK KANOFF and SD 2nd round pick to TAMPA BAY for 1B ALAN ROBERTS.

- NEW YORK(A) trades RP DARQUEZ GREEN, RP LUTHER SCHWARTZ and SP MARCO RUFF to TAMPA BAY for SP JACK PERALTA and RP DALLAS SMITH.

- LOS ANGELES(N) trades RP LEWIS MARTINEZ and SP ALLAN FINLAY to MILWAUKEE for RP RONNIE YATES and RP BOB MINOR.

- HOUSTON trades HOU 2nd round pick to LOS ANGELES(N) for RP EARL MARSHALL.

- CHICAGO(N) trades C GERALD MYNER and RF WILSON ABREGO to TAMPA BAY for 2B KRIS WARNER.

- MIAMI trades 2B BLAKE SMITH to MILWAUKEE for SP KENNY GARCIA and 1B ALVIN PETTIS.

- DETROIT trades RP AUSTIN WHYTE to NEW YORK(A) for RP DWIGHT AUSTIN, NYY 2nd round pick and NYY 3rd round pick.

- ATLANTA trades LF DENVER GUERRERO and RP SAM SHAW to NEW YORK(A) for RP DALLAS SMITH, RP GEORGE JOHNSON and NYY 1st round pick.

Nation Legends Club

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CURRENT MEMBERS (31)

SP ZACK GREINKE 120-69 W/L record, 2.66 ERA, 0.98 WHIP (LAD)
SP MAX SCHERZER 138-71 W/L record, 2.59 ERA, 0.97 WHIP (WSH, PIT, TEX, SD)
SP JAKE ARRIETA 220-56 W/L record, 2.36 ERA, 0.89 WHIP (CHC, SD)
SP CLAYTON KERSHAW 180-114 W/L record, 2.48 ERA, 0.93 WHIP (LAD, COL, WSH)
SP LUIS SEVERINO 300-151 W/L record, 2.90 ERA, 0.95 WHIP (NYY, CHC, TEX)
SP NOAH SYNDERGAARD 257-158 W/L record, 2.79 ERA, 0.99 WHIP (NYM, SD, SF, TB)
SP STEPHEN MCMAHON 266-130 W/L record, 2.77 ERA, 0.94 WHIP (OAK, SD)
SP BRANDON SCHMIDT 234-138 W/L record, 3.33 ERA, 1.08 WHIP (NYM, KC, CHC, CWS)
SP CECIL PATTERSON 204-119 W/L record, 3.14 ERA, 1.03 WHIP (NYM, KC, OAK, CIN)
SP MAGNUS KRISTENSEN 202-107 W/L record, 3.22 ERA, 1.09 WHIP (NYM, MIA)
RP DELLIN BETANCES 29-42 W/L record, 169 SV, 2.73 ERA, 0.94 WHIP (NYY, NYM, WSH)
RP ROBERTO OSUNA 65-56 W/L record, 391 SV, 1.89 ERA, 0.79 WHIP (TOR, LAA, STL)
RP CONRAD GONZALEZ 74-65 W/L record, 393 SV, 2.36 ERA, 0.86 WHIP (BOS, DET, TOR)
RP SPENCE TANNER 81-75 W/L record, 271 SV, 2.32 ERA, 0.91 WHIP (NYM, BAL)
1B PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT .279 AVG, 231 HR, 813 RBI, 14 SB (ARI, NYM, PHI)
1B JOEY VOTTO .292 AVG, 199 HR, 725 RBI, 11 SB (CIN, ARI, CWS, SD)
1B GREGORY BIRD .278 AVG, 431 HR, 1214 RBI, 13 SB (NYY, PIT)
2B MICAH JOHNSON .280 AVG, 171 HR, 718 RBI, 229 SB (CWS, MIN)
2B ROUGNED ODOR .280 AVG, 342 HR, 1405 RBI, 93 SB (TEX, NYM, SD, CIN)
2B DILSON HERRERA .296 AVG 257 HR, 1147 RBI, 251 SB (NYM, PIT, CIN)
SS FRANCISCO LINDOR .313 AVG, 251 HR, 1027 RBI, 337 SB (CLE, PIT, NYY)
SS CARLOS CORREA .293AVG, 645 HR, 1850 RBI, 359 SB (HOU, SF, TB, TEX)
SS STORM DANIELS .266 AVG, 523 HR, 1630 RBI, 28 SB (PIT, KC, NYY, NYM, LAD)
3B JAVIER BAEZ .291 AVG, 393 HR, 1261 RBI, 159 SB (CHC, MIN)
LF KEITH MORGAN .274 AVG, 641 HR, 1674 RBI, 9 SB (BOS, SD)
LF SCOTT STERLING .288 AVG, 536 HR, 1981 RBI, 281 SB (NYM, SD, DET, TB)
CF RON FIELDS .291 AVG, 340 HR, 1338 RBI, 1398 SB (TEX, COL, ATL, LAA, SD)
OF KYLE SCHWARBER .291 AVG, 483 HR, 1464 RBI, 6 SB (CHC, WSH, KC)
OF DOMINGO SANTANA .278 AVG, 374 HR, 1290 RBI, 16 SB (MIL, SD, MIA)
OF MIKE TROUT .276 AVG, 535 HR, 1378 RBI, 35 SB (LAA, PIT, TB, DET, SD, OAK, CWS)
OF BRYCE HARPER .307 AVG, 792 HR, 1989 RBI, 34 SB (WSH, DET, MIA, SF)

Requirements:

HITTERS

- Minimum of 5 full seasons played in the league.

- Career average of .275 or better

- 100+ career HR

- 500+ career RBI

PITCHERS

- Minimum of 5 full seasons played in the league.

- 100 career wins for a SP

- 100 career saves for a RP

- Career WHIP cannot exceed 1.00

- Career ERA cannot exceed 3.00

A position player/pitcher will also be eligible under these new guidelines:

- If a position player has hit 500 HR or more during the course of his career he will automatically be eligible for nomination, regardless of his career batting average.

- If a starting pitcher has earned 200 wins or more during the course of his career he will automatically be eligible for nomination, regardless of his career ERA and/or WHIP.

- If a relief pitcher has earned 300 saves or more during the course of his career he will automatically be eligible for nomination, regardless of his career ERA and/or WHIP.

All of the players that meet the requirements will be submitted to a league vote to decide if they get in or not.

Record book

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2042 Champions: Chicago White Sox
2041 Champions: New York Mets
2040 Champions: Los Angeles Angels
2039 Champions: Los Angeles Dodgers
2038 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2037 Champions: Detroit Tigers
2036 Champions: New York Yankees
2035 Champions: Cincinnati Reds
2034 Champions: San Francisco Giants
2033 Champions: New York Yankees
2032 Champions: Seattle Mariners
2031 Champions: Seattle Mariners
2030 Champions: San Diego Padres
2029 Champions: Seattle Mariners
2028 Champions: Oakland Athletics
2027 Champions: San Diego Padres
2026 Champions: Detroit Tigers
2025 Champions: Detroit Tigers
2024 Champions: San Diego Padres
2023 Champions: San Diego Padres
2022 Champions: New York Mets
2021 Champions: New York Mets
2020 Champions: New York Mets
2019 Champions: New York Mets
2018 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2017 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2016 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2015 Champions: Chicago Cubs

2042 AL MVP: Loren Foxx, Chicago White Sox
2041 AL MVP: Mitchell McBride, Toronto Blue Jays
2040 AL MVP: Brett Lost, Toronto Blue Jays
2039 AL MVP: Mitchell McBride, Toronto Blue Jays
2038 AL MVP: Hugo Cohen, Chicago White Sox
2037 AL MVP: Derryk Sullivan, Seattle Mariners
2036 AL MVP: Abdul Douglas, Chicago White Sox
2035 AL MVP: Derryk Sullivan, Seattle Mariners
2034 AL MVP: Seth Ferguson, Cleveland Indians
2033 AL MVP: Hal Smith, Oakland Athletics
2032 AL MVP: Glenn Myers, Detroit Tigers
2031 AL MVP: Jeremy Hobson, Seattle Mariners
2030 AL MVP: Dick Payne, Baltimore Orioles
2029 AL MVP: Logan Sutton, Tampa Bay Rays
2028 AL MVP: Carlton Prior, Detroit Tigers
2027 AL MVP: Dickie McCracken, Los Angeles Angels
2026 AL MVP: Chester Knutsen, New York Yankees
2025 AL MVP: Kyle Hughes, New York Yankees
2024 AL MVP: Corey Seager, Tampa Bay Rays
2023 AL MVP: Bryce Harper, Detroit Tigers
2022 AL MVP: Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
2021 AL MVP: Bryce Harper, Detroit Tigers
2020 AL MVP: Keith Morgan, Boston Red Sox
2019 AL MVP: Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
2018 AL MVP: Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
2017 AL MVP: Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
2016 AL MVP: Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays
2015 AL MVP: Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays

2042 NL MVP: Martin Price, New York Mets
2041 NL MVP: Julio Freeman, San Francisco Giants
2040 NL MVP: Lloyd Coleman, Atlanta Braves
2039 NL MVP: Harvey Reynolds, Philadelphia Phillies
2038 NL MVP: Seth Ferguson, Philadelphia Phillies
2037 NL MVP: Denver Guerrero, Milwaukee Brewers
2036 NL MVP: Hugo Cohen, Cincinnati Reds
2035 NL MVP: Eddie Bassett, Milwaukee Brewers
2034 NL MVP: Bruce Williams, San Diego Padres
2033 NL MVP: Bruno Clayton, Milwaukee Brewers
2032 NL MVP: Norman Bailey, Atlanta Braves
2031 NL MVP: Manuel Rodrigues, Atlanta Braves
2030 NL MVP: Dee Ruiz, New York Mets
2029 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2028 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2027 NL MVP: Dusty Kirkpatrick, Washington Nationals
2026 NL MVP: Nicky Boyce, Colorado Rockies
2025 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2024 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2023 NL MVP: Domingo Santana, San Diego Padres
2022 NL MVP: Rougned Odor, New York Mets
2021 NL MVP: Dilson Herrera, New York Mets
2020 NL MVP: Domingo Santana, Milwaukee Brewers
2019 NL MVP: Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies
2018 NL MVP: Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs
2017 NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
2016 NL MVP: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
2015 NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals

2042 AL CY YOUNG: Chandler King, New York Yankees
2041 AL CY YOUNG: Ace Whitehead, Chicago White Sox
2040 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen Strickland, Toronto Blue Jays
2039 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen Strickland, Toronto Blue Jays
2038 AL CY YOUNG: Irvin Parker, Seattle Mariners
2037 AL CY YOUNG: Irvin Parker, Seattle Mariners
2036 AL CY YOUNG: Ezra Wallace, Seattle Mariners
2035 AL CY YOUNG: Jack Peralta, Tampa Bay Rays
2034 AL CY YOUNG: Ezra Wallace, Seattle Mariners
2033 AL CY YOUNG: Zach Ballard, Seattle Mariners
2032 AL CY YOUNG: Tyson Ward, Cleveland Indians
2031 AL CY YOUNG: Zach Ballard, Seattle Mariners
2030 AL CY YOUNG: Kurt Simpson, Cleveland Indians
2029 AL CY YOUNG: Bruno Allison, Boston Red Sox
2028 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2027 AL CY YOUNG: Huey Bridges, Detroit Tigers
2026 AL CY YOUNG: Eliazar Rodriguez, Kansas City Royals
2025 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2024 AL CY YOUNG: Jamal Boykin, Baltimore Orioles
2023 AL CY YOUNG: Esteban Iverson, Oakland Athletics
2022 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2021 AL CY YOUNG: Taijuan Walker, Seattle Mariners
2020 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2019 AL CY YOUNG: Lance McCullers, Houston Astros
2018 AL CY YOUNG: Javier Marcellus, Boston Red Sox
2017 AL CY YOUNG: Francisco Liriano, Chicago White Sox
2016 AL CY YOUNG: Dallas Keuchel, Houston Astros
2015 AL CY YOUNG: Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians

2042 NL CY YOUNG: Corey Keating, New York Mets
2041 NL CY YOUNG: Corey Keating, New York Mets
2040 NL CY YOUNG: Randy Holt, Washington Nationals
2039 NL CY YOUNG: Randy Holt, Washington Nationals
2038 NL CY YOUNG: Grant Woods, Chicago Cubs
2037 NL CY YOUNG: Randy Holt, Washington Nationals
2036 NL CY YOUNG: Darquez Ballard, Philadelphia Phillies
2035 NL CY YOUNG: Clint Ebron, Washington Nationals
2034 NL CY YOUNG: Moe Nakwa, Cincinnati Reds
2033 NL CY YOUNG: Othello Reynoso, San Francisco Giants
2032 NL CY YOUNG: Gino Martinez, Pittsburgh Pirates
2031 NL CY YOUNG: Javier May, Atlanta Braves
2030 NL CY YOUNG: Devin Olivas, Chicago Cubs
2029 NL CY YOUNG: Hassan Connors, San Diego Padres
2028 NL CY YOUNG: Magnus Kristensen, New York Mets
2027 NL CY YOUNG: Sam Samuels, Miami Marlins
2026 NL CY YOUNG: Devin Olivas, Chicago Cubs
2025 NL CY YOUNG: Luis Severino, Chicago Cubs
2024 NL CY YOUNG: Luis Severino, Chicago Cubs
2023 NL CY YOUNG: Noah Syndergaard, San Diego Padres
2022 NL CY YOUNG: Cecil Patterson, New York Mets
2021 NL CY YOUNG: Noah Syndergaard, San Diego Padres
2020 NL CY YOUNG: Dave Marshall, St.Louis Cardinals
2019 NL CY YOUNG: Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants
2018 NL CY YOUNG: Sonny Gray, Miami Marlins
2017 NL CY YOUNG: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
2016 NL CY YOUNG: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
2015 NL CY YOUNG: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs

2042 AL RoY: Tim Hart, Baltimore Orioles
2041 AL RoY: Bradshaw Shiltz, Cleveland Indians
2040 AL RoY: Sandy Keyes, Minnesota Twins
2039 AL RoY: Jamie Coles, Baltimore Orioles
2038 AL RoY: Peter Thomas, Boston Red Sox
2037 AL RoY: Lou Stools, Boston Red Sox
2036 AL RoY: Tim Pestock, Toronto Blue Jays
2035 AL RoY: Felix Baker, Toronto Blue Jays
2034 AL RoY: Pat Maxwell, Houston Astros
2033 AL RoY: Ben Johnson, Oakland Athletics
2032 AL RoY: Adrian Rodgers, Minnesota Twins
2031 AL RoY: Larry Amador, Toronto Blue Jays
2030 AL RoY: Gordon Elder, Chicago White Sox
2029 AL RoY: Rodney McBride, Chicago White Sox
2028 AL RoY: Samuel Rogers, Baltimore Orioles
2027 AL RoY: Devin Martinez, Texas Rangers
2026 AL RoY: Dick Payne, Baltimore Orioles
2025 AL RoY: Monroe Smith, Kansas City Royals
2024 AL RoY: Vernon Pena, Cleveland Indians
2023 AL RoY: Ron Fields, Texas Rangers
2022 AL RoY: Eliazar Rodriguez, Kansas City Royals
2021 AL RoY: Brian Bell, Kansas City Royals
2020 AL RoY: Hector Batista, Minnesota Twins
2019 AL RoY: Kyle Hughes, Seattle Mariners
2018 AL RoY: Lloyd Nash, Minnesota Twins
2017 AL RoY: Stephen McMahon, Oakland A's
2016 AL RoY: Carmen Haas, Toronto Blue Jays

2042 NL RoY: George Everett, New York Mets
2041 NL RoY: Dewey Clarkson, Miami Marlins
2040 NL RoY: Tom Bates, Arizona Diamondbacks
2039 NL RoY: Mike Rotch, Pittsburgh Pirates
2038 NL RoY: Luis Martinez, Pittsburgh Pirates
2037 NL RoY: Christopher Sadzeck, Pittsburgh Pirates
2036 NL RoY: Cedric Johnson, Miami Marlins
2035 NL RoY: D.J. Walker, San Diego Padres
2034 NL RoY: Curtis Stone, Philadelphia Phillies
2033 NL RoY: Cody Carpenter, San Diego Padres
2032 NL RoY: Randy Holt, Washington Nationals
2031 NL RoY: Denver Guerrero, Philadelphia Phillies
2030 NL RoY: Korky Talbot, Washington Nationals
2029 NL RoY: Paolo Miller, Milwaukee Brewers
2028 NL RoY: Donte Warner, Cincinnati Reds
2027 NL RoY: Bradley Haskins, Pittsburgh Pirates
2026 NL RoY: Ty Morris, Philadelphia Phillies
2025 NL RoY: Jared Yarborough, St.Louis Cardinals
2024 NL RoY: Parker Jones, San Francisco Giants
2023 NL RoY: Harold Shaw, Atlanta Braves
2022 NL RoY: Gritch Papatwika, Milwaukee Brewers
2021 NL RoY: Zack Goodman, San Diego Padres
2020 NL RoY: Jason Brunansky, San Francisco Giants
2019 NL RoY: Scott Sterling, New York Mets
2018 NL RoY: Dee Ruiz, San Francisco Giants
2017 NL RoY: Terry Runnels, St.Louis Cardinals
2016 NL RoY: Ronald Cobb, Atlanta Braves

2042 WS MVP: Gordon Elder, Chicago White Sox
2041 WS MVP: Korey Chadwick, New York Mets
2040 WS MVP: David Byrnes, Los Angeles Angels
2039 WS MVP: Carey Fitzgerald, Los Angeles Dodgers
2038 WS MVP: Stuart Allen, Chicago Cubs
2037 WS MVP: Jared Yarborough, Detroit Tigers
2036 WS MVP: Bradley Haskins, New York Yankees
2035 WS MVP: Hugo Cohen, Cincinnati Reds
2034 WS MVP: Julio Stone, San Francisco Giants
2033 WS MVP: Zack Fisher, New York Yankees
2032 WS MVP: Norman Tucker, Seattle Mariners
2031 WS MVP: Zach Ballard, Seattle Mariners
2030 WS MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2029 WS MVP: Huan Nguyen, Seattle Mariners
2028 WS MVP: Basil Wilford, Oakland Athletics
2027 WS MVP: Keith Morgan, San Diego Padres
2026 WS MVP: Max Porter, Detroit Tigers
2025 WS MVP: Rodger Madsen, Detroit Tigers
2024 WS MVP: Nick Tuttle, San Diego Padres
2023 WS MVP: Randall Hooks, San Diego Padres
2022 WS MVP: Rougned Odor, New York Mets
2021 WS MVP: Scott Sterling, New York Mets
2020 WS MVP: Cecil Patterson, New York Mets
2019 WS MVP: Dilson Herrera, New York Mets
2018 WS MVP: Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
2017 WS MVP: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
2016 WS MVP: Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs
2015 WS MVP: Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs

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