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


1969

National League
Willie McCovey, San Francisco Giants, 265 points (11 1st-place votes)
Tom Seaver, New York Mets, 243 points (11 1st-place votes)
Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves, 188 points (2 1st-place votes)
Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds, 127 points
Ron Santo, Chicago Cubs, 124 points

American League
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 294 points (16 1st-place votes)
Boog Powell, Baltimore Orioles, 227 points (6 1st-place votes)
Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 162 points (2 1st-place votes)
Frank Howard, Washington Senators, 115 points
Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics, 110 points

1968

National League
Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals, 242 points (14 1st-place votes)
Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds, 205 points (6 1st-place votes)
Willie McCovey, San Francisco Giants, 135 points
Curt Flood, St. Louis Cardinals, 116 points
Juan Marichal, San Francisco Giants, 93 points

American League
Denny McLain, Detroit Tigers, 280 points (20 1st-place votes)
Bill Freehan, Detroit Tigers, 161 points
Ken Harrelson, Boston Red Sox, 103 points
Willie Horton, Detroit Tigers, 102 points
Dave McNally, Baltimore Orioles, 78 points
Luis Tiant, Cleveland Indians, 78 points

1967

National League
Orlando Cepeda, St. Louis Cardinals, 280 points (20 1st-place votes)
Tim McCarver, St. Louis Cardinals, 136 points
Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates, 129 points
Ron Santo, Chicago Cubs, 103 points
Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves, 79 points

American League
Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox, 275 points (19 1st-place votes)
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 161 points
Bill Freehan, Detroit Tigers, 137 points
Joe Horlen, Chicago White Sox, 91 points
Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers, 88 points

1966

National League
Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates, 218 points (8 1st-place votes)
Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers, 208 points (9 1st-place votes)
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 111 points
Dick Allen, Philadelphia Phillies, 107 points (1 1st-place vote)
Felipe Alou, Atlanta Braves, 83 points (2 1st-place votes)

American League
Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 280 points (20 1st-place votes)
Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 153 points
Boog Powell, Baltimore Orioles, 122 points
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 96 points
Jim Kaat, Minnesota Twins, 84 points

1965

National League
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 224 points (9 1st-place votes)
Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers, 177 points (6 1st-place votes)
Maury Wills, Los Angeles Dodgers, 164 points (5 1st-place votes)
Deron Johnson, Cincinnati Reds, 108 points
Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers, 77 points

American League
Zoilo Versalles, Minnesota Twins, 275 points (19 1st-place votes)
Tony Oliva, Minnesota Twins, 174 points (1 1st-place votes)
Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 150 points
Eddie Fisher, Chicago White Sox, 122 points
Rocky Colavito, Cleveland Indians, 89 points

1964

National League
Ken Boyer, St. Louis Cardinals, 243 points (14 1st-place votes)
Johnny Callison, Philadelphia Phillies, 187 points (2 1st-place votes)
Bill White, St. Louis Cardinals, 106 points (2 1st-place votes)
Frank Robinson, Cincinnati Reds, 98 points
Joe Torre, Milwaukee Braves, 85 points

American League
Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 269 points (18 1st-place votes)
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 171 points (2 1st-place votes)
Elston Howard, New York Yankees, 124 points
Tony Oliva, Minnesota Twins, 99 points
Dean Chance, Los Angeles Angels, 97 points

1963

National League
Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers, 237 points (14 1st-place votes)
Dick Groat, St. Louis Cardinals, 190 points (4 1st-place votes)
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves, 135 points (1 1st-place vote)
Ron Perranoski, Los Angeles Dodgers, 130 points
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 102 points

American League
Elston Howard, New York Yankees, 248 points (15 1st-place votes)
Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers, 148 points (1 1st-place vote)
Whitey Ford, New York Yankees, 125 points (3 1st-place votes)
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 85 points
Dick Radatz, Boston Red Sox, 84 points

1962

National League
Maury Wills, Los Angeles Dodgers, 209 points (8 1st-place votes)
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 202 points (7 1st-place votes)
Tommy Davis, Los Angeles Dodgers, 175 points (3 1st-place votes)
Frank Robinson, Cincinnati Reds, 164 points (2 1st-place votes)
Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers, 85 points

American League
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 234 points (13 1st-place votes)
Bobby Richardson, New York Yankees, 152 points (5 1st-place vote)
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 99 points (1 1st-place votes)
Leon Wagner, Los Angeles Angels, 85 points
Dick Donovan, Cleveland Indians, 64 points

1961

National League
Frank Robinson, Cincinnati Reds, 219 points (15 1st-place votes)
Orlando Cepedo, San Francisco Giants, 117 points
Vada Pinson, Cincinnati Reds, 104 points
Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates, 81 points
Joey Jay, Cincinnati Reds, 74 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Roger Maris, New York Yankees, 202 points (7 1st-place votes)
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 198 points (6 1st-place votes)
Jim Gentile, Baltimore Orioles, 157 points (5 1st-place vote)
Norm Cash, Detroit Tigers, 151 points (1 1st-place vote)
Whitey Ford, New York Yankees, 102 points

1960

National League
Dick Groat, Pittsburgh Pirates, 276 points (16 1st-place votes)
Don Hoak, Pittsburgh Pirates, 162 points (5 1st-place votes)
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 155 points
Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 100 points
Lindy McDaniel, St. Louis Cardinals, 95 points

American League
Roger Maris, New York Yankees, 225 points (8 1st-place votes)
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 222 points (10 1st-place votes)
Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 211 points (3 1st-place vote)
Minnie Minoso, Chicago White Sox, 141 points (2 1st-place votes)
Ron Hansen, Baltimore Orioles, 110 points (1 1st-place vote)

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