World Series MVPs

Updated: October 31, 2013, 12:05 AM ET
Associated Press

2013-David Ortiz, Boston (AL)

2012-Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco (NL)

2011-David Freese, St. Louis (NL)

2010-Edgar Renteria, San Francisco (NL)

2009-Hideki Matsui, New York (AL)

2008-Cole Hamels, Philadelphia (NL)

2007-Mike Lowell, Boston (AL)

2006-David Eckstein, St. Louis (NL)

2005-Jermaine Dye, Chicago (AL)

2004-Manny Ramirez, Boston (AL)

2003-Josh Beckett, Florida (NL)

2002-Troy Glaus, Anaheim (AL)

2001-Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson, Arizona (NL)

2000-Derek Jeter, New York (AL)

1999-Mariano Rivera, New York (AL)

1998-Scott Brosius, New York (AL)

1997-Livan Hernandez, Florida (NL)

1996-John Wetteland, New York (AL)

1995-Tom Glavine, Atlanta (NL)

1994-No Series.

1993-Paul Molitor, Toronto (AL)

1992-Pat Borders, Toronto (AL)

1991-Jack Morris, Minnesota (AL)

1990-Jose Rijo, Cincinnati (NL)

1989-Dave Stewart, Oakland (AL)

1988-Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles (NL)

1987-Frank Viola, Minnesota (AL)

1986-Ray Knight, New York (NL)

1985-Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City (AL)

1984-Alan Trammell, Detroit (AL)

1983-Rick Dempsey, Baltimore (AL)

1982-Darrell Porter, St. Louis (NL)

1981-Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero and Steve Yeager, Los Angeles (NL)

1980-Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia (NL)

1979-Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh (NL)

1978-Bucky Dent, New York (AL)

1977-Reggie Jackson, New York (AL)

1976-Johnny Bench, Cincinnati (NL)

1975-Pete Rose, Cincinnati (NL)

1974-Rollie Fingers, Oakland (AL)

1973-Reggie Jackson, Oakland (AL)

1972-Gene Tenace, Oakland (AL)

1971-Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh (NL)

1970-Brooks Robinson, Baltimore (AL)

1969-Donn Clendenon, New York (NL)

1968-Mickey Lolich, Detroit (AL)

1967-Bob Gibson, St. Louis (NL)

1966-Frank Robinson, Baltimore (AL)

1965-Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles (NL)

1964-Bob Gibson, St. Louis (NL)

1963-Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles (NL)

1962-Ralph Terry, New York (AL)

1961-Whitey Ford, New York (AL)

1960-Bobby Richardson, New York (AL)

1959-Larry Sherry, Los Angeles (NL)

1958-Bob Turley, New York (AL)

1957-Lew Burdette, Milwaukee (NL)

1956-Don Larsen, New York (AL)

1955-Johnny Podres, Brooklyn (NL)


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