Mike Trout was named the American League Most Valuable Player.
Very little surprise here. Trout is now the youngest player to receive the award unanimously as he received 30 first-place votes. The young phenom finished the season batting .287 with 36 home runs and 111 RBIs while playing excellent defense. This should be the first of many MVP awards for a player that was widely regarded to be snubbed of the honor the last two seasons. Victor Martinez and Michael Brantley finished second and third, respectively.
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