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Hank Greenberg

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Subject: Detroit Tigers award winners and league leaders, 1935 Detroit Tigers season, Al Rosen, List of Detroit Tigers team records, 1940 Detroit Tigers season
Collection: 1911 Births, 1986 Deaths, American League All-Stars, American League Home Run Champions, American League Most Valuable Player Award Winners, American League Rbi Champions, American Military Personnel of World War II, American People of Romanian-Jewish Descent, American Sportsmen, Baseball Players from New York, Beaumont Exporters Players, Cancer Deaths in California, Chicago White Sox Executives, Cleveland Indians Executives, Detroit Tigers Players, Evansville Hubs Players, Hartford Senators Players, International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Inductees, Jewish American Sportspeople, Jewish Major League Baseball Players, Major League Baseball First Basemen, Major League Baseball Players with Retired Numbers, National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees, New York University Alumni, People from Greenwich Village, Pittsburgh Pirates Players, Raleigh Capitals Players, Sportspeople from Manhattan, Sportspeople from the Bronx, United States Army Air Forces Officers
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Hank Greenberg

  • 2003: A. Rodriguez
  • 2004: Guerrero
  • 2005: A. Rodriguez
  • 2006: Morneau
  • 2007: A. Rodriguez
  • 2008: Pedroia
  • 2009: Mauer
  • 2010: Hamilton
  • 2011: Verlander
  • 2012: Cabrera
  • 2013: Cabrera
  • 2014: Trout
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