List of the best baseball player in the world championship

World League Baseball Player of the Year winners list: 2022 – Jeremy Pena (Houston Astros)

2021 – Jorge Soler (Atlanta Braves) 2020 – Cory Seeger (Los Angeles Dodgers)

2019 – Steven Strasbourg (Washington Nationals) 2018 – Steve Pierce (Boston Red Sox)

2017 – George Springer (Houston Astros) 2016 – Ben Zobrist (Chicago Cubs)

2015 – Salvador Perez (Kansas City Royals) 2014 – Madison Baumgarner (San Francisco Giants)

2013 – David Ortiz (Boston Red Sox) 2012 – Pablo Sandoval (San Francisco Giants)

2011 – David Fries (St. Louis Cardinals) 2010 – Edgar Renteria (San Francisco Giants)

2009 Hideki Matsui (New York Yankees) 2008 – Cole Hummels (Philadelphia Phillies)

2007 Mike Lowell (Boston Red Sox) 2006 – David Eckstein (St. Louis Cardinals)

2005 – Jermaine Day (Chicago White Sox) 2004 – Manny Ramirez (Boston Red Sox)

2003 – Josh Beckett (Florida Marlins) 2002 – Troy Glaus (Anaheim Angels)

2001 – Randy Johnson & Kurt Schilling (Arizona Diamondbacks) 2000 – Derek Jeter (New York Yankees)

1999 Mariano Rivera (New York Yankees) 1998 Scott Bruceus (New York Yankees)

1997 Levan Hernandez (Florida Marlins) 1996 John Wetland (New York Yankees)

1995 – Tom Glavine (Atlanta Braves) 1994 – World Championships not held due to players’ strike

1993 – Paul Molitor (Toronto Blue Jays) 1992 – Pat Borders (Toronto Blue Jays)

1991 Jack Morris (Minnesota Twins) 1990 – Jose Rigo (Cincinnati Reds)

1989 – Dave Stewart (Oakland Athletics) 1988 – Oriel Hersheyer (Los Angeles Dodgers)

1987 – Frank Viola (Minnesota Twins) 1986 – Ray Knight (New York Mets)

1985 Brett Saberhagen (Kansas City Royals) 1984 Alan Trammell (Detroit Tigers)

1983 Rick Dempsey (Baltimore Orioles) 1982 – Daryl Porter (St. Louis Cardinals)

1981 – Ron C., Pedro Guerrero, Steve Yeager (Los Angeles Dodgers) 1980 – Mike Schmidt (Philadelphia Phillies)

1979 Willie Stargill (Pittsburgh Pirates) 1978 Bucky Dent (New York Yankees)

1977 – Reggie Jackson (New York Yankees) 1976 – Johnny Bench (Cincinnati Reds)

1975 Pete Rose (Cincinnati Reds) 1974 – Rolly Fingers (Auckland Athletics)

1973 Reggie Jackson (Auckland Athletics) 1972 – Jane Tenas (Auckland Athletics)

1971 – Roberto Clemente (Pittsburgh Pirates) 1970 – Brooks Robinson (Baltimore Orioles)

1969 – Don Cledinon (New York Mets) 1968 – Mickey Lulich (Detroit Tigers)

1967 Bob Gibson (St. Louis Cardinals) 1966 Frank Robinson (Baltimore Orioles)

1965 Sandy Koufax (Los Angeles Dodgers) 1964 Bob Gibson (St. Louis Cardinals)

1963 Sandy Koufax (Los Angeles Dodgers) 1962 Ralph Terry (New York Yankees)

1961 Whitey Ford (New York Yankees) 1960 – Bobby Richardson (New York Yankees)

1959 Larry Sherry (Los Angeles Dodgers) 1958 Bob Turley (New York Yankees)

1957 – Lou Burdett (Milwaukee Braves) 1956 – Don Larsen (New York Yankees)

1955 – Johnny Bodhis (Brooklyn Dodgers) (collected by Shrifathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru)

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