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


1959

National League
Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 232 points (10 1st-place votes)
Eddie Mathews, Milwaukee Braves, 189 points (5 1st-place votes)
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves, 174 points (2 1st-place votes)
Wally Moon, Los Angeles Dodgers, 161 points (4 1st-place votes)
Sam Jones, San Francisco Giants, 130 points

American League
Nellie Fox, Chicago White Sox, 295 points (16 1st-place votes)
Luis Aparicio, Chicago White Sox, 255 points (8 1st-place votes)
Early Wynn, Chicago White Sox, 123 points
Rocky Colavito, Cleveland Indians, 102 points
Tito Francona, Cleveland Indians, 102 points

1958

National League
Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 283 points (16 1st-place votes)
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 185 points (3 1st-place votes)
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves, 166 points
Frank Thomas, Pittsburgh Pirates, 143 points (2 1st-place votes)
Warren Spahn, Milwaukee Braves, 108 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Jackie Jensen, Boston Red Sox, 233 points (9 1st-place votes)
Bob Turley, New York Yankees, 191 points (7 1st-place votes)
Rocky Colavito, Cleveland Indians, 181 points (4 1st-place votes)
Bob Cerv, Kansas City Athletics, 164 points (3 1st-place votes)
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 127 points

1957

National League
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves, 239 points (9 1st-place votes)
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 230 points (5 1st-place votes)
Red Schoendienst, Milwaukee Braves, 221 points (8 1st-place votes)
Willie Mays, New York Giants, 174 points (1 1st-place votes)
Warren Spahn, Milwaukee Braves, 131 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 233 points (6 1st-place votes)
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 209 points (5 1st-place votes)
Roy Sievers, Washington Senators, 205 points (4 1st-place votes)
Nellie Fox, Chicago White Sox, 193 points (5 1st-place votes)
Gil McDougald, New York Yankees, 165 points (4 1st-place votes)

1956

National League
Don Newcombe, Brooklyn Dodgers, 223 points (8 1st-place votes)
Sal Maglie, Brooklyn Dodgers, 183 points (4 1st-place votes)
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves, 146 points
Warren Spahn, Milwaukee Braves, 126 points (1 1st-place vote)
Jim Gilliam, Brooklyn Dodgers, 103 points (4 1st-place votes)

American League
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 336 points (24 1st-place votes)
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 186 points
Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers, 142 points
Harvey Kuenn, Detroit Tigers, 80 points
Billy Pierce, Chicago White Sox, 75 points

1955

National League
Roy Campanella, Brooklyn Dodgers, 226 points (8 1st-place votes)
Duke Snider, Brooklyn Dodgers, 221 points (8 1st-place votes)
Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 195 points (6 1st-place votes)
Willie Mays, New York Giants, 165 points
Robin Roberts, Philadelphia Phillies, 159 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 218 points (7 1st-place votes)
Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers, 201 points (4 1st-place votes)
Al Smith, Cleveland Indians, 200 points (7 1st-place votes)
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 143 points (1 1st-place vote)
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 113 points

1954

National League
Willie Mays, New York Giants, 283 points (16 1st-place votes)
Ted Kluszewski, Cincinnati Reds, 217 points (7 1st-place votes)
Johnny Antonelli, New York Giants, 154 points
Duke Snider, Brooklyn Dodgers, 135 points
Alvin Dark, New York Giants, 110 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 230 points (7 1st-place votes)
Larry Doby, Cleveland Indians, 210 points (5 1st-place votes)
Bobby Avila, Cleveland Indians, 203 points (5 1st-place votes)
Minnie Minoso, Chicago White Sox, 186 points (2 1st-place votes)
Bob Lemon, Cleveland Indians, 179 points (5 1st-place votes)

1953

National League
Roy Campanella, Brooklyn Dodgers, 297 points (17 1st-place votes)
Eddie Mathews, Milwaukee Braves, 216 points (3 1st-place votes)
Duke Snider, Brooklyn Dodgers, 157 points (1 1st-place vote)
Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals, 155 points (2 1st-place votes)
Warren Spahn, Milwaukee Braves, 120 points

American League
Al Rosen, Cleveland Indians, 336 points (24 1st-place votes)
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 167 points
Mickey Vernon, Washington Senators, 162 points
Minnie Minoso, Chicago White Sox, 100 points
Virgil Trucks, Chicago White Sox, 81 points

1952

National League
Hank Sauer, Chicago Cubs, 226 points (8 1st-place votes)
Robin Roberts, Philadelphia Phillies, 211 points (7 1st-place votes)
Joe Black, Brooklyn Dodgers, 208 points (8 1st-place votes)
Hoyt Wilhelm, New York Giants, 133 points
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 127 points

American League
Bobby Shantz, Philadelphia Athletics, 280 points (16 1st-place votes)
Allie Reynolds, New York Yankees, 183 points (4 1st-place votes)
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 143 points (3 1st-place votes)
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 104 points
Early Wynn, Cleveland Indians, 99 points

1951

National League
Roy Campanella, Brooklyn Dodgers, 243 points (11 1st-place votes)
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 191 points (2 1st-place votes)
Monte Irvin, New York Giants, 166 points (5 1st-place votes)
Sal Maglie, New York Giants, 153 points (1 1st-place vote)
Preacher Roe, Brooklyn Dodgers, 138 points (2 1st-place votes)

American League
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 184 points (6 1st-place votes)
Ned Garver, St. Louis Browns, 157 points (6 1st-place votes)
Allie Reynolds, New York Yankees, 125 points (6 1st-place votes)
Minnie Minoso, Chicago White Sox, 120 points (1 1st-place vote)
Bob Feller, Cleveland Indians, 118 points

1950

National League
Jim Konstanty, Philadelphia Phillies, 286 points (18 1st-place votes)
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 158 points (1 1st-place vote)
Eddie Stanky, New York Giants, 144 points (2 1st-place votes)
Del Ennis, Philadelphia Phillies, 104 points
Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh Pirates, 91 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Phil Rizzuto, New York Yankees, 284 points (16 1st-place votes)
Billy Goodman, Boston Red Sox, 180 points (4 1st-place votes)
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 146 points (3 1st-place votes)
George Kell, Detroit Tigers, 127 points
Bob Lemon, Cleveland Indians, 102 points

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