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National League MVP winners

Nov. 19, 2001 at 2:35 PM

NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UPI) -- National League Most Valuable Player Award winners.

2001 - Barry Bonds, San Francisco

2000 - Jeff Kent, San Francisco

1999 - Chipper Jones, Atlanta

1998 - Sammy Sosa, Chicago

1997 - Larry Walker, Colorado

1996 - Ken Caminiti, San Diego

1995 - Barry Larkin, Cincinnati

1994 - Jeff Bagwell, Houston

1993 - Barry Bonds, San Francisco

1992 - Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh

1991 - Terry Pendleton, Atlanta

1990 - Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh

1989 - Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco

1988 - Kirk Gibson, Los Angeles

1987 - Andre Dawson, Chicago

1986 - Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia

1985 - Willie McGee, St. Louis

1984 - Ryne Sandberg, Chicago

1983 - Dale Murphy, Atlanta

1982 - Dale Murphy, Atlanta

1981 - Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia

1980 - Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia

1979 - (tie) Keith Hernandez, St. Louis

(tie)- Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh

1978 - Dave Parker, Pittsburgh

1977 - George Foster, Cincinnati

1976 - Joe Morgan, Cincinnati

1975 - Joe Morgan, Cincinnati

1974 - Steve Garvey, Los Angeles

1973 - Pete Rose, Cincinnati

1972 - Johnny Bench, Cincinnati

1971 - Joe Torre, St. Louis

1970 - Johnny Bench, Cincinnati

1969 - Willie McCovey, San Francisco

1968 - Bob Gibson, St. Louis

1967 - Orlando Cepeda, St. Louis

1966 - Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh

1965 - Willie Mays, San Francisco

1964 - Ken Boyer, St. Louis

1963 - Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles

1962 - Maury Wills, Los Angeles

1961 - Frank Robinson, Cincinnati

1960 - Dick Groat, Pittsburgh

1959 - Ernie Banks, Chicago

1958 - Ernie Banks, Chicago

1957 - Hank Aaron, Milwaukee

1956 - Don Newcombe, Brooklyn

1955 - Roy Campanella, Brooklyn

1954 - Willie Mays, New York

1953 - Roy Campanella, Brooklyn

1952 - Hank Sauer, Chicago

1951 - Roy Campanella, Brooklyn

1950 - Jim Konstanty, Philadelphia

1949 - Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn

1948 - Stan Musial, St. Louis

1947 - Bob Elliott, Boston

1946 - Stan Musial, St. Louis

1945 - Phil Cavarretta, Chicago

1944 - Marty Marion, St. Louis

1943 - Stan Musial, St. Louis

1942 - Mort Cooper, St. Louis

1941 - Dolph Camilli, Brooklyn

1940 - Frank McCormick, Cincinnati

1939 - Bucky Walters, Cincinnati

1938 - Ernie Lombardi, Cincinnati

1937 - Joe Medwick, St. Louis

1936 - Carl Hubbell, New York

1935 - Gabby Harnett, Chicago

1934 - Dizzy Dean, St. Louis

1933 - Carl Hubbell, New York

1932 - Chuck Klein, Philadelphia

1931 - Frankie Frisch, St. Louis

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