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MLB MVP Voting Results: 1970-1979

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


1979

National League
Keith Hernandez, St. Louis Cardinals, 216 points (10 1st-place votes)
Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh Pirates, 216 points (4 1st-place votes)
Dave Winfield, San Diego Padres, 155 points (4 1st-place votes)
Larry Parrish, Montreal Expos, 128 points
Ray Knight, Cincinnati Reds, 82 points (2 1st-place votes)

American League
Don Baylor, California Angels, 347 points (20 1st-place votes)
Ken Singleton, Baltimore Orioles, 241 points (3 1st-place votes)
George Brett, Kansas City Royals, 226 points (2 1st-place votes)
Fred Lynn, Boston Red Sox, 160 points
Jim Rice, Boston Red Sox, 124 points

1978

National League
Dave Parker, Pittsburgh Pirates, 320 points (21 1st-place votes)
Steve Garvey, Los Angeles Dodgers, 194 points
Larry Bowa, Philadelphia Phillies, 189 points (3 1st-place votes)
Reggie Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers, 164 points
Jack Clark, San Francisco Giants, 107 points

American League
Jim Rice, Boston Red Sox, 352 points (20 1st-place votes)
Ron Guidry, New York Yankees, 291 points (8 1st-place votes)
Larry Hisle, Milwaukee Brewers, 201 points
Amos Otis, Kansas City Royals, 90 points
Rusty Staub, Detroit Tigers, 88 points

1977

National League
George Foster, Cincinnati Reds, 291 points (15 1st-place votes)
Greg Luzinski, Philadelphia Phillies, 255 points (9 1st-place votes)
Dave Parker, Pittsburgh Pirates, 156 points
Reggie Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers, 112 points
Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies, 100 points

American League
Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins, 273 points (12 1st-place votes)
Al Cowens, Kansas City Royals, 217 points (4 1st-place votes)
Ken Singleton, Baltimore Orioles, 200 points (3 1st-place votes)
Jim Rice, Boston Red Sox, 163 points (1 1st-place vote)
Graig Nettles, New York Yankees, 112 points (2 1st-place votes)

1976

National League
Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds, 311 points (19 1st-place votes)
George Foster, Cincinnati Reds, 221 points (5 1st-place votes)
Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia Phillies, 179 points
Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds, 131 points
Garry Maddox, Philadelphia Phillies, 98 points

American League
Thurman Munson, New York Yankees, 304 points (18 1st-place votes)
George Brett, Kansas City Royals, 217 points (2 1st-place votes)
Mickey Rivers, New York Yankees, 179 points (1 1st-place vote)
Hal McRae, Kansas City Royals, 99 points
Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins, 71 points (1 1st-place vote)

1975

National League
Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds, 321 points (21 1st-place votes)
Greg Luzinski, Philadelphia Phillies, 154 points
Dave Parker, Pittsburgh Pirates, 120 points
Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds, 117 points
Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds, 114 points (2 1st-place votes)

American League
Fred Lynn, Boston Red Sox, 326 points (22 1st-place votes)
John Mayberry, Kansas City Royals, 157 points
Jim Rice, Boston Red Sox, 154 points
Rollie Fingers, Oakland Athletics, 129 points (2 1st-place votes)
Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics, 118 points

1974

National League
Steve Garvey, Los Angeles Dodgers, 270 points (13 1st-place votes)
Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals, 233 points (8 1st-place votes)
Mike Marshall, Los Angeles Dodgers, 146 points (1 1st-place vote)
Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds, 141 points
Jimmy Wynn, Los Angeles Dogers, 137 points

American League
Jeff Burroughs, Texas Rangers, 248 points (10 1st-place votes)
Joe Rudi, Oakland Athletics, 161 points (5 1st-place votes)
Sal Bando, Oakland Athletics, 143 points (3 1st-place votes)
Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics, 119 points (1 1st-place vote)
Fergie Jenkins, Texas Rangers, 118 points (3 1st-place votes)

1973

National League
Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds, 274 points (12 1st-place votes)
Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh Pirates, 250 points (10 1st-place votes)
Bobby Bonds, San Francisco Giants, 174 points (1 1st-place vote)
Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds, 102 points (1 1st-place vote)
Mike Marshall, Montreal Expos, 93 points

American League
Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics, 336 points (24 1st-place votes)
Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles, 172 points
Amos Otis, Kansas City Royals, 112 points
Sal Bando, Oakland Athletics, 83 points
Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins, 83 points
John Hiller, Detroit Tigers, 83 poitns

1972

National League
Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds, 263 points (11 1st-place votes)
Billy Williams, Chicago Cubs, 211 points (5 1st-place votes)
Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh Pirates, 201 points (2 1st-place votes)
Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds, 197 points (5 1st-place votes)
Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies, 124 points (1 1st-place vote)

American League
Dick Allen, Chicago White Sox, 321 points (21 1st-place votes)
Joe Rudi, Oakland Athletics, 164 points (1 1st-place vote)
Sparky Lyle, New York Yankees, 158 points (1 1st-place vote)
Carlton Fisk, Boston Red Sox, 96 points
Bobby Murcer, New York Yankees, 89 points

1971

National League
Joe Torre, St. Louis Cardinals, 318 points (21 1st-place votes)
Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh Pirates, 222 points (3 1st-place votes)
Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves, 180 points
Bobby Bonds, San Francisco Giants, 139 points
Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates, 87 points

American League
Vida Blue, Oakland Athletics, 268 points (14 1st-place votes)
Sal Bando, Oakland Athletics, 182 points (4 1st-place votes)
Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 170 points (2 1st-place votes)
Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 163 points (3 1st-place votes)
Mickey Lolich, Detroit Tigers, 155 points (1 1st-place vote)

1970

National League
Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds, 326 points (22 1st-place votes)
Billy Williams, Chicago Cubs, 218 points (2 1st-place votes)
Tony Perez, Cincinnati Reds, 149 points
Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals, 110 points
Wes Parker, Los Angeles Dodgers, 91 points

American League
Boog Powell, Baltimore Orioles, 234 points (11 1st-place votes)
Tony Oliva, Minnesota Twins, 157 points (5 1st-place votes)
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 152 points (1 1st-place vote)
Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox, 136 points (2 1st-place votes)
Frank Howard, Washington Senators, 91 points (1 1st-place vote)

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