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NATIONAL LEAGUE MVP:

Henry lead the National League in hits with 236, batting average with .356 and slugging percentage with .750. Henry had the most hits (236), doubles (45), batting average (.356), on-base percentage (.400) and slugging percentage (.750) among MVP finalist.

Bonds lead the National League in runs with 157, homeruns with 73 which tied for the most in USMLB history and RBI’s with 182. Bond had the most runs (157), homeruns (73) and RBI’s (182) among MVP finalist.

Lowe lead the National League in triples with 12. Lowe had the most triples (12) and strikeouts (124) among MVP finalist.

Boone had the most walks (81) among MVP finalist.

NATIONAL LEAGUE CY YOUNG AWARD:

Taft lead the National League in wins with 24 which is also a new USMLB single season record. Taft had the most wins (24) and runs allowed (84) among Cy Young finalist.

Pavlov had the most games started (36), earned runs (72) and walks (77) among Cy Young finalist.

Dillon had the most hits allowed (190) among Cy Young finalist.

Fisher lead the National League in strikeouts with 219, earned run average at 2.31 and quality starts with 27. Fisher had the most homeruns allowed (22), strikeouts (219) and lowest earned run average (2.31) among Cy Young finalist.

Baek lead the National League complete games with 9, shutouts with 5 which is a USMLB single season record, the lowest opponents batting average at .195, lowest opponents on-base percentage at .240, lowest opponents slugging percentage at .281 and the lowest WHIP at .92. Baek had the most complete games (9), shutouts (5), losses (8), innings pitched (239.2), the lowest opponents batting average (.195), the lowest opponents on-base percentage (.240), the lowest opponents slugging percentage (.281) and the lowest WHIP (.92) among Cy Young finalist.

NATIONAL LEAGUE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD

Seneca lead all National League rookies in homeruns with 50 and walks with 113 which also lead the National League. Seneca had the most games played (160), runs (122), triples (4), homeruns (50) and walks (113) among the Rookie of the Year finalist.

Roosevelt lead all National League rookies in RBI’s with 137 and slugging percentage with .677. Roosevelt had the most RBI’s (137) and slugging percentage (.677) among the Rookie of the Year finalist.

Spehr lead all National League rookies in doubles with 37. Spehr had the most doubles (37) among the Rookie of the Year finalist.

Smith lead all National League rookies in hits with 199, batting average .336 and on-base percentage .447 which also lead the National League. Smith had the most hits (199), stolen bases (54), batting average (.336) and on-base percentage (.447) among the Rookie of the Year finalist.

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