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Fri, 1957-11-22

On November 22, 1957, Mickey Mantle barely edges Ted Williams in the American League’s MVP voting. Mantle gains 233 votes to Williams’ 209 tallies. Mantle batted .365 with 34 home runs for the first-place New York Yankees, while Williams batted .388 with 38 home runs for the third-place Boston Red Sox.

 

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AL MVP 1957, Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams

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