Maury Wills - 1962 - Set the then record (over Ty Cobb) by stealing 104 bases beating out teammate Tommy Davis for the award. Maury hit .299 and scored 130 runs.
Stan Musial - 1943 1946 1948 - "The Man" is one of the iconic players of his era. The people of St Louis are spoiled to have had him for his career and now they get Pujols too - Musial won seven batting titles during his career.
Roy Campanella - 1951 1953 1955 - I never realized until this moment how good this dude really was - When he won his 3rd MVP in 1955 he joined Musial as only the third player ever to win 3 NL MVP awards - Lets take a look at his 3 winning seasons
1951 - .325/33/108
1953 - .312/41/142
1955 - -.318/32/107
Those are some pretty gaudy numbers - especially out of your catcher.
Roberto Clemente - 1966 - A wonderful player and better man - died in a plane crash after collecting his 3000th hit - won 4 batting titles in his career - to win the MVP he put up a line of .317/29/119 and led the league in OF assists.
Dick Groat - 1960 - His name sounds like something you try to avoid in college - hit .325 to take the award in 1960 and led the league in total chances per game at short stop. career .286 hitter.
Ernie Banks - 1958 1959 - was the first player to win back to back MVP awards in the NL. 1958 .313/47/129
Ernie hit 512 career bombs.
Johnny Bench - 1970 1972 - Formerly the best hitting catcher of all time (ahem - Piazza) Johnny was a force
1972 - .270/40/125
Thats production you would take out of any player - let alone your catcher who doesn't play everyday.
Harmon Killebrew - 1969 - in 1969 hit 49 hrs and drove in 140 runs - hit 573 career homeruns and drove in 100 runs 9 times.
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