2018 MLB Award Winners: AL, NL CY Young, MVP, Rookie of the Year

Boston Red Sox star Mookie Betts is the 2018 American League MVP. - [Keith Allison / Flickr]
Boston Red Sox star Mookie Betts is the 2018 American League MVP. - [Keith Allison / Flickr]

Six players were honored with the respective awards for their past season's work.

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The 2018 MLB season has concluded and the Boston Red Sox added another championship to their collection. One of their stars has now claimed the AL MVP Award as well. Star player Mookie Betts joins five other players who were recognized for their 2018 seasons as either an MVP, CY Young, or Rookie of the Year award winners.


Mookie Betts (Red Sox) - AL MVP

Betts had the biggest season of any player and it was for the best team. He's now being considered as the best player in all of MLB. Betts had a career-high 129 runs scored along with a career high .346 batting average. He also hit 32 home runs and had 180 hits to help bring the Red Sox back to the postseason, and ultimately, another title for Boston.


Christian Yelich (Brewers) - NL MVP

Over in the National League, nobody was considered better than Yelich of the Brewers. He had 29 of 30 first-place votes to take home the award ahead of Mets' CY Young winner Jacob deGrom. After arriving to Milwaukee, via trade, he really increased his production. This past season, he had a .326 average along with 36 homers, 110 RBIs, 118 runs, and 22 steals.

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