Hank Aaron, The 1957 National League Most Valuable Player!!!
Hank had a monster season by all accounts in 1957.
Not only did he help lead his team to the World Series championship, but he took his game to another level – an MVP level.
The numbers: 198 hits, .322 batting average, 27 doubles, 44 home runs (league leader), 118 runs scored (league leader), and 132 RBI (league leader). And as a 23-year youngster, he showed tremendous control at the plate – in 675 plate appearances, Hank struck out just 58 times, while walking 57 (15 intentionally).