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 CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS YEAR'S WINNERS!
Here are the final vote tallies for the 2004 This Year in Baseball Awards. Nearly
800,000 ballots were cast for this year's awards by baseball fans around the globe.
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                           2002 TYIB Results  |  2003 TYIB Results


Ortiz's monster bat helped lead Boston back to the postseason. He ranked second in the AL in home runs, slugging (.603), total bases (351) and RBIs.
Albert Pujols - 16.0%
Ichiro Suzuki - 16.0%
Gary Sheffield - 10.2%
Manny Ramirez - 9.5%

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Santana was untouchable in the second half, going 13-0 with a 1.21 ERA and 0.75 WHIP. For the season, he topped the AL in ERA, hits/9 IP (6.16) and strikeouts.
Curt Schilling - 24.7%
Randy Johnson - 21.2%
Roger Clemens - 8.4%
Carlos Zambrano - 8.0%

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Despite having only 263 ABs, Wright blasted 14 home runs, knocked in 40 runs, batted .293 and had a slugging average of .525.
Jason Bay - 19.3%
Khalil Greene - 15.7%
Bobby Crosby - 12.2%
Daniel Cabrera - 4.3%

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In his first year as Boston's skipper, Francona led the Red Sox to their most wins in 26 years (98) and a postseason berth.
Joe Torre - 15.6%
Bobby Cox - 11.4%
Tony LaRussa - 9.2%
Phil Garner - 8.0%

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Rivera topped the Majors with 53 saves, setting a Yankees record and tying him for the fourth-highest mark in history. He also posted a 1.94 ERA and allowed three home runs all season.
Keith Foulke - 25.6%
Brad Lidge - 13.8%
Eric Gagne - 13.1%
John Smoltz - 5.9%

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Edmonds' 11 assists were the most in the Majors among center fielders. He was charged with only four errors for a .988 fielding percentage.
Carlos Beltran - 14.6%
Scott Rolen - 13.1%
Ichiro Suzuki - 11.0%
Torii Hunter - 8.9%

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K-Rod was lights out all season, fanning 123 in 84 innings and holding his opponents to a .172 average. He placed second in the AL with 27 holds.
Tom Gordon - 25.7%
Ray King - 9.0%
Akinori Otsuka - 6.2%
B.J. Ryan - 6.2%

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The 40-year-old left-hander tossed the 17th perfect game in Major League history.
Albert Pujols - 13.3%
Vlad Guerrero - 9.5%
Ben Sheets - 4.8%
Rob Mackowiak - 4.7%

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Derek Jeter dove into the stands to rob Boston's Trot Nixon in the 12th inning of a huge midsummer game between the Yankees and Red Sox.

Bill Mueller - 13.5%
Manny Ramirez - 11.2%
Jim Edmonds - 9.9%
Steve Finley - 8.1%

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Philadelphia's Jason Michaels bobbled a Charles Thomas liner over the wall for a home run.
Ramirez cutoff - 17.6%
Squirrel - 17.0%
Duque dance - 11.9%
Cup catch - 11.5%

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