Hamels, who was 4-0 in postseason, wins World Series MVP

Updated: October 30, 2008, 4:32 AM ET
Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA -- Cole Hamels won a World Series MVP award Wednesday night without throwing a pitch.

Only fitting, because he owned October all the way.

Hamels made five postseason starts for the Philadelphia Phillies and went 4-0 with a 1.80 ERA, a dazzling display of pressure pitching that earned him two treasured trophies.

Already the Most Valuable Player of the NL championship series, the lanky lefty duplicated that feat with two terrific starts against Tampa Bay and joined ...

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