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2004 Winner: Vladimir Guerrero, Angels : : ::::  
Guerrero named AL MVP
Vladimir Guerrero pulled ahead of a crowded field to win the American League Most Valuable Player Award. The free-swinging right fielder outclassed the others in balloting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, receiving 21 out of a possible 28 first-place votes. More >
2004 Winner: Barry Bonds, Giants : : ::::  
Bonds wins fourth straight NL MVP
Barry Bonds long ago staked his claim as one of the greatest ballplayers in history, and at times the Giants slugger seemingly can only top himself for MLB honors. He did it again on Monday, capturing his fourth consecutive NL MVP Award and seventh overall. More >
CY YOUNG > American League
2004 Winner: JOHAN SANTANA, TWINS   56K | 350K   : : ::::  
Santana captures AL Cy Young
After winning 13 straight after the All-Star break for the Twins, it should come as no surprise that starter Johan Santana was the unanimous choice for the 2004 American League Cy Young Award. More >
CY YOUNG > National League
2004 Winner: ROGER CLEMENS, Astros : : ::::  
Clemens wins seventh Cy Young
Often, the older a pitcher becomes, the less effective he is on the mound. Roger Clemens apparently didn't get that memo. The 42-year-old won an unprecedented seventh Cy Young Award, the Rocket's first as a National League pitcher. More >
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR > American League
2004 Winner: BOBBY CROSBY, Athletics   56K | 350K   : : ::::  
Crosby is tops in the AL
The people who vote for postseason awards have made it clear: A's shortstop Bobby Crosby was the best rookie in the American League this year. Crosby is Oakland's first Rookie of the Year since 1998, when Ben Grieve won the award. More >
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR > National League
2004 Winner: JASON BAY, Pirates   56K | 350K   : : ::::  
Bay named NL's top rookie
The Baseball Writers Association of America has confirmed what Jason Bay's peers, teammates and fans believed all along. Despite missing the first month of the season with an injury, Bay batted .282 and led all big league rookies with 26 home runs and 82 RBIs. More >
MANAGER OF THE YEAR > American League
2004 Winner: BUCK SHOWALTER, RANGERS 56K | 350K   : : ::::  
Showalter honored in the AL
As the Rangers were grabbing the attention of the baseball world with their surprise ascension to first place in June and July, manager Buck Showalter simply maintained a poker face and kept on grinding. More >
MANAGER OF THE YEAR > National League
2004 Winner: BOBBY COX, BRAVES 56K | 350K   : : ::::  
Cox named NL Manager of the Year
This was supposed to be the year the Braves faltered. Instead, it was one in which Bobby Cox provided one of the greatest seasons in his already legendary managerial career. More >
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2004 Winners

ROY: B. Crosby
CY: J. Santana
MVP: V. Guerrero
MGR: B. Showalter

ROY: J. Bay
CY: R. Clemens
MVP: B. Bonds
MGR: B. Cox

More Awards

Branch Rickey award

Silver Slugger award

NL Gold Glove

AL Gold Glove

Manny, Barry win '04 Aaron Awards

Edgar Martinez wins Clemente

Players Choice Awards

TSN Award winners

All-time Results

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