Frank Robinson in the AL
Roberto Clemente in the NL Frank Robinson won the triple crown that year, .316-49-122
He also won the World Series MVP. Clemente hit .317-29-119
The AL MVP was Justin Morneau, the NL MVP was Ryan Howard.
Chipper Jones of the Atlanta Braves was the NL MVP and Ivan Rodriguez of the Texas Rangers was AL MVP in the 1999 season.
Vladimir Guerrero of the Anaheim Angels was the AL MVP and Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants was NL MVP in the 2004 season.
2 MVPs, 1 AL and 1 NL. AL- Joe Mauer. NL- Albert Pujols.
AL - American League NL - National League The AL and NL make up MLB (Major League Baseball).
26,169 - 12,272 in the National League and 13,897 in the American League: 1969 - 1470 in the NL and 1649 in the AL. 1968 - 891 in the NL and 1104 in the AL. 1967 - 1102 in the NL and 1197 in the AL. 1966 - 1378 in the NL and 1365 in the AL. 1965 - 1318 in the NL and 1370 in the AL. 1964 - 1211 in the NL and 1551 in the AL. 1963 - 1215 in the NL and 1489 in the AL. 1962 - 1449 in the NL and 1552 in the AL. 1961 - 1196 in the NL and 1534 in the AL. 1960 - 1042 in the NL and 1086 in the AL. The NL had 8 teams between 1960-1961, 10 teams between 1962-1968, and 12 teams in 1969. The AL had 8 teams in 1960, 10 teams between 1961-1968, and 12 teams in 1969. MLB lowered the height of the pitching rubber from 15 inches to 10 inches in 1969 due to the stark decline in home runs in 1967-1968 and the addition of four new expansion teams.
in baseball the NL mvp was Joey Votto.
No, usually about midway during the regular season they have interleague games where they face off the NL and AL teams.
Twice, once in the NL in 1961 and again in the AL in 1966.
Since the beginning of interleague play:C.C. Sabathia (2 in the AL and 1 in the NL)Josh Beckett (2 in the AL and 1 in the NL)Some of the 'old timers' that did it are:Wes Farrell (37 in the AL and 1 in the NL)Milt Pappas (11 in the AL and 9 in the NL)Cy Young (6 in the AL and 12 in the NL)Jim Kaat (14 in the AL and 2 in the NL)Carl Mays (3 in the AL and 2 in the NL)Ken Brett (3 in the AL and 7 in the NL)Jim Tobin (2 in the AL and 15 in the NL).