Aaron Judge wins AL MVP award after historic season

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — From June to October almost every time he came to the plate, Aaron Judge heard the chants; “MVP, MVP, MVP.” Thursday night, those chants became a reality. Judge’s remarkable 2022 season was capped with baseball’s highest award. The 30-year-old free-agent outfielder who led the Yankees this season was tabbed the American League Most Valuable Player by voting members of the Baseball Writers of American Association. Judge got 28 first-place votes, easily beating Shohei Ohtani’s two first-place votes. He is the 14th Yankee to win MVP, the first since Alex Rodriguez won it in 2007. A Bro…

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