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Winners are in bold. Top five finishers in each league are shown.


1949

National League
Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers, 264 points (12 1st-place votes)
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 226 points (5 1st-place votes)
Enos Slaughter, St. Louis Cardinals, 181 points (2 1st-place votes)
Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh Pirates, 133 points
Pee Wee Reese, Brooklyn Dodgers, 118 points (2 1st-place votes)

American League
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 272 points (13 1st-place votes)
Phil Rizzuto, New York Yankees, 175 points (5 1st-place votes)
Joe Page, New York Yankees, 166 points (3 1st-place votes)
Mel Parnell, Boston Red Sox, 151 points (1 1st-place votes)
Ellis Kinder, Boston Red Sox, 122 points

1948

National League
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 303 points (18 1st-place votes)
Johnny Sain, Boston Braves, 223 points (5 1st-place votes)
Alvin Dark, Boston Braves, 174 points (1 1st-place vote)
Sid Gordon, New York Giants, 72 points
Harry Brecheen, St. Louis Cardinals, 61 points

American League
Lou Boudreau, Cleveland Indians, 324 points (22 1st-place votes)
Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 213 points (2 1st-place votes)
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 171 points
Vern Stephens, Boston Red Sox, 121 points
Bob Lemon, Cleveland Indians, 101 points

1947

National League
Bob Elliott, Boston Braves, 205 points (9 1st-place votes)
Ewell Blackwell, Cincinnati Reds, 175 points (2 1st-place votes)
Johnny Mize, New York Giants, 144 points (2 1st-place votes)
Bruce Edwards, Brooklyn Dodgers, 140 points (3 1st-place votes)
Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers, 106 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 202 points (8 1st-place votes)
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 201 points (3 1st-place votes)
Lou Boudreau, Cleveland Indians, 168 points (1 1st-place vote)
Joe Page, New York Yankees, 167 points (7 1st-place votes)
George Kell, Detroit Tigers, 132 points

1946

National League
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 319 points (22 1st-place votes)
Dixie Walker, Brooklyn Dodgers, 159 points
Enos Slaughter, St. Louis Cardinals, 144 points (2 1st-place votes)
Howie Pollet, St. Louis Cardinals, 116 points
Johnny Sain, Boston Braves, 95 points

American League
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 224 points (9 1st-place votes)
Hal Newhouser, Detroit Tigers, 197 points (3 1st-place votes)
Bobby Doerr, Boston Red Sox, 158 points (5 1st-place votes)
Johnny Pesky, Boston Red Sox, 141 points (2 1st-place votes)
Mickey Vernon, Washington Senators, 134 points (1 1st-place vote)

1945

National League
Phil Cavarretta, Chicago Cubs, 279 points (15 1st-place votes)
Tommy Holmes, Boston Braves, 175 points (3 1st-place votes)
Red Barrett, St. Louis Cardinals, 151 points (1 1st-place vote)
Andy Pafko, Chicago Cubs, 131 points (4 1st-place votes)
Whitey Kurowski, St. Louis Cardinals, 90 points

American League
Hal Newhouser, Detroit Tigers, 236 points (9 1st-place votes)
Eddie Mayo, Detroit Tigers, 164 points (7 1st-place votes)
Snuffy Stirnweiss, New York Yankees, 161 points (4 1st-place votes)
Dave Ferriss, Boston Red Sox, 148 points (2 1st-place votes)
George Myatt, Washington Senators, 98 points (1 1st-place vote)

1944

National League
Marty Marion, St. Louis Cardinals, 190 points (7 1st-place votes)
Bill Nicholson, Chicago Cubs, 189 points (4 1st-place votes)
Dixie Walker, Brooklyn Dodgers, 145 points (3 1st-place votes)
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 136 points (3 1st-place votes)
Bucky Walters, Cincinnati Reds, 107 points (3 1st-place votes)
Bill Voiselle, New York Giants, 107 points

American League
Hal Newhouser, Detroit Tigers, 236 points (7 1st-place votes)
Dizzy Trout, Detroit Tigers, 232 points (10 1st-place votes)
Vern Stephens, St. Louis Browns, 193 points (4 1st-place votes)
Snuffy Stirnweiss, New York Yankees, 129 points (1 1st-place vote)
Dick Wakefield, Detroit Tigers, 128 points (2 1st-place votes)

1943

National League
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 267 points (13 1st-place votes)
Walker Cooper, St. Louis Cardinals, 192 points (5 1st-place votes)
Bill Nicholson, Chicago Cubs, 181 points (5 1st-place votes)
Billy Herman, Brooklyn Dodgers, 140 points
Mort Cooper, St. Louis Cardinals, 130 points

American League
Spud Chandler, New York Yankees, 246 points (12 1st-place votes)
Luke Appling, Chicago White Sox, 215 points (5 1st-place votes)
Rudy York, Detroit Tigers, 152 points (1 1st-place vote)
Billy Johnson, New York Yankees, 135 points (3 1st-place votes)
Bob Johnson, Washington Senators, 116 points (1 1st-place vote)

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