The World Series MVP award was not first given out until 1955 so the answer is 'no one'.
Looking at the stats for the 1923 Series, won by the New York Yankees over the New York Giants 4 games to 2, ...
1) Second baseman Aaron Ward of the Yankees batted .417 on 10 hits in 24 at bats.
2) Right fielder Babe Ruth of the Yankees batted .368 (8 for 19), hit 3 home runs, and was walked 8 times.
3) Second baseman Frankie Frisch of the Giants batted .400 on 10 hits in 25 at bats.
4) Outfielder Casey Stengel of the Giants hit .417 (5 for 12) with 2 home runs.
5) Yankees pitcher Joe Bush pitched 16 2/3 innings to a 1.08 ERA, giving up only 7 base hits.
6) Giants pitcher Art Nehf pitched 16 1/3 innings to a 2.76 ERA, giving up only 10 hits.
Since the MVP award is almost always given to a player on the winning team, I will split it three ways and give it to Ward, Ruth, and Bush.
The Major League Most Valuable Player awards were established by the Baseball Writers Association of America in 1931. The first players to be awarded that honor were Pitcher Lefty Grove of the Philadelphia Athletics in the American League and Frankie Frisch, second baseman of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Lefty Grove in the American League and Frankie Frisch in the National League won the first MVP awards
No MVP award was given at the first all star game.
Ryne Sandberg won the 1984 National League MVP Award, and Willie Hernandez won the American League MVP Award.
The first World Series MVP award was given out in 1955. It was won by Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher, Johnny Podres.
Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball was created in 1992.
Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball happened in 1991.
Michael Jordan is not in the MVP baseball series. You can create him if you want, but he doesn't "exist".
As Cano did not play in the majors until 2006, he is not in MVP Baseball 2005.
Probably Zoilo Versales, shortstop for the Minnesota Twins, who won the AL MVP award in 1965. Versales was born in Vedado, Cuba.
That was Brooklyn Dodgers catcher Roy Campanella who won the NL MVP award in 1951, 1953 and 1955.
MVP Baseball 2005 - 2005 VG was released on: USA: 22 February 2005