MVP Winners: Baseball Champs of Color From 2005 to Present

These six are sports leaders on and off the mound

The MLB is the oldest sports league in America, producing some of the wealthiest and well-known athletes in history. Today, the average MLB team is now worth a whopping $811 million which is 9% more than last year. Here are the six MVP winners in the Major Baseball League from 2005 to the current 2014/15 season.

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Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates

Nicknamed “Cutch”, the center fielder was drafted by the Pirates in the first round of the 2005 MLB Draft. Cutch is a four-time All-Star and also won the National League’s MVP in 2013.  Along with singing a six year contract for $51.50 million, he finished second in the National League batting average with a .327 and first in hits. Not a bad resume.

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