Freddie Freeman (Atlanta Braves) and José Abreu (Chicago White Sox) won MLB regular season MVP trophies on Thursday. MLB’s cup ceremonies for regular seasons in 2020 ended on Thursday. After best rookies, den best coaches and best jugs, these are the MVPs that have been designated. In the National League, Freddie Freeman, the Atlanta Braves’ first baseman, was honored. This season, he averaged 34.1% on batting and hit 13 homeruns. Freeman made a major contribution to Atlanta’s major races, which narrowly bent in the final of the National League.
In the American League, José Abreu, first baseman of the Chicago White Sox, was honored. His stats were 31.7% on bats and 19 homeruns. He too had allowed his team to have a good season. The White Sox had qualified for the playoffs for the first time in 12 years.
They call him Pito. We call him MVP.
José Abreu is named American League Most Valuable Player by the Baseball Writers Association of America! pic.twitter.com/fHaCNXS7yJ
– Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) November 12, 2020
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