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Sat, 1940-10-26

Detroit Tigers outfielder Hank Greenberg is named the American League MVP with Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller finishing second. Greenberg hit .340 with 41 home runs and 150 RBI, while Feller posted a 27-11 record with a 2.61 ERA. Having won the award in 1935 as a first baseman, Greenberg becomes the first player to win the MVP again playing a different position.

 

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AL MVP 1940, Bob Feller, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Hank Greenberg
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