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Wed, 1938-11-02

Boston Red Sox slugger Jimmie Foxx wins his third Most Valuable Player Award. Foxx hit 50 homers and drove in 175 runs, while batting .349 with 139 runs scored. Foxx becomes the first player to be voted Most Valuable Player of the American League for the third time, with Yankees catcher Bill Dickey second in the voting. Foxx also becomes first player to win the award for two different teams (Philadelphia 1932 and 1933)

 

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AL MVP 1932, AL MVP 1933, Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia Athletics

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