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Season Champion Highlights Award Winners
2018 Boston Boston defeated Los Angeles in 5 games, completing their season of domination.  The Red Sox finished with an inecredible .667 winning percentage on the year, never losing more than 3 games in a row (and doing that only twice all season!)  

NL MVP - Christian Yelich
AL MVP - Mookie Betts
NL Cy Young - Jacob deGroom
AL Cy Young - Blake Snell
2017 Houston Houston won its first World Series, defeating Los Angeles in 7 games.  The Astros were led by Jose Altuve, who ran away with the batting title and the AL MVP award.  For their part, LA won 104 games and were led by NL Rookie of the Year winner, Cody Belinger's 39 HR and Clayton Kershaw's 2.31 ERA.
NL MVP - Giancarlo Stanton
AL MVP - Jose Altuve
NL Cy Young - Max Scherzer
AL Cy Young - Corey Kluber
2016 Chicago Cubs The Cubbies ended 108 years of futility by defeating Cleveland in a 7-game series, winning game 7 in 10-innings.  Jose Altuve won his second batting title with a .338 average, while DJ LeMahieu narrowly beat Daniel Murphy for the NL crown, .348 to .347.  Jonathan Villar swiped 62 bases, and a plethora of hiters surpassed the 40 HR mark.
NL MVP - Kris Bryant
AL MVP - Mike Trout
NL Cy Young - Max Scherzer
AL Cy Young - Rick Porcello
2015 Kansas City The Royal's second trip to the World Series in as many years resulted in their first championship since 1985.  Zack Greinke had a 46-inning scoreless streak, while Max Scherzer threw 2 no-hitters and a 1-hitter.  Nolan Arenado had a breakout season, leading the NL with 42 HR while Baltimore's Chris Davis hit 47 in the AL. NL MVP - Bryce Harper
AL MVP - Josh Donaldson
NL Cy Young - Jake Arrieta
AL Cy Young - Dallas Keuchel
2014 San Francisco The Giants won their third World Series this decade, this time defeating Kansas City in game 7 thanks to the stellar, 5-inning relief appearance by Madison Bumgarner.  Only one player, Nelson Cruz, hit the 40 HR mark. Clayton Kershaw had an unbelievable 1.77 ERA, assisted by his 42-inning scoreless streak. NL MVP - Clayton Kershaw
AL MVP - Mike Trout
NL Cy Young - Clayton Kershaw
AL Cy Young - Corey Kluber
2013 Boston The Red Sox defeated the Red Birds in 6 games, led by "Big Papi."  Jacoby Ellsbury stole 52 bases, including 5 in one game.  Miguel Cabrera hit .348 - 44 - 137, narrowly missing out on a second consecutive Triple Crown.  Chris Davis hit 53 HR to lead all of baseball. NL MVP - Andrew McCutchen
AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
NL Cy Young - Clayton Kershaw
AL Cy Young - Max Scherzer
2012 San Francisco The Giants won another World Series, this time over the Tigers in a sweep.  Buster Posey hit .336 and the SF pitching staff led the charge.  Miguel Cabrera won the first Triple Crown in baseball since Yaz in 1967.  Knuckleballer R.A. Dickey won 20 games and the Cy Young over Gio Gonzalez.  Ryan Braun hit 41 HR to lead the NL. NL MVP - Buster Posey
AL MVP - MIguel Cabrera
NL Cy Young - R.A. Dickey
AL Cy Young - David Price
2011 St. Louis The Cards won their 11th World Series, this time in a riveting 7-game series against Texas.  Game 6 was a back-and-forth affair with the lead changing 6 times.  Matt Kemp has an outstanding season at .324 - 39 - 126, but was runner-up in NL MVP voting.  Justin Verlander had an amazing 24-5, 2.40 season to win both the MVP and Cy Young. NL MVP - Ryan Braun
AL MVP - Justin Verlander
NL Cy Young - Clayton Kershaw
AL Cy Young - Justin Verlander
2010 San Francisco The Giants won their first World Series in San Francisco by defeating the Rangers in 5 games.  Albert Pujols hit 42 HR, and Carlos Gonzalez was on practically every offensive leader board in the NL.  Jose Bautista hit 54 HR, surpassing his previous high of 16.  Josh Hamilton hit .359, while 3 pitchers reached the 20-win plateau. NL MVP - Joey Votto
AL MVP - Josh Hamilton
NL Cy Young - Roy Halladay
AL Cy Young - Felix Hernandez