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Season Champion Highlights Award Winners
1969

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1963 Los Angeles
The Dodgers sweep New York in the World Series, led by Sandy Koufax's 25-5, 1.88 ERA, 11-shutout season.  Henry Aaron and Willie McCovey tie for the NL HR title with 44.  Carl Yastrzemski bats .321 and Harmon Killebrew slugs 45 HR to pace the AL. NL MVP - Sandy Koufax
AL MVP - Elston Howard
Cy Young - Sandy Koufax
1962 New York
The Yankees defeat the Giants in 7 games with a 1-0 shutout thrown by Ralph Terry.  Maury Wills steals 104 bases while Tommy Davis hits .346 to lead the NL.  Harmon Killebrew belts 48 HR, while Tom Cheney records 21 strikeouts in a game for Washington in a 16-inning complete game against Baltimore. NL MVP - Maury Wills
AL MVP - Mickey Mantle
Cy Young - Don Drysdale
1961 New York
The Yanks pummel Cincinnati in 5 games for the World Series title.  Roger Maris hits 61 in '61.    Roberto Clemente hits .351, Orlando Cepeda mashes 46 HR in the NL.  Norm Cash hits .361, and Jim Gentile ties Maris with 141 RBI in the AL. NL MVP - Frank Robinson
AL MVP - Roger Maris
Cy Young - Whitey Ford
1960 Pittsburgh Bill Mazeroski hit a game 7, walk-off HR in the bottom of the 9th after New York tied the score in their half of the inning.  Ernie Banks hit 41 HR to lead the NL, while Mickey Mantle hit 40 to pace the AL.  Luis Aparicio (51) and Maury Wills (50) lead their respective leagues in stolen bases. NL MVP - Dick Groat
AL MVP - Roger Maris
Cy Young - Vern Law