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Congratulations to this year's winners!
Here are the final vote tallies for the 2003 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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24.4% of voters
PUJOLS RANKED IN THE TOP 5 IN THE MAJORS IN AVG (.359, 1ST), HITS (212, 2ND), RUNS (137, 1ST), DOUBLES (51, 1ST), HRS (5TH) AND RBIS (5TH).
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JAVY LOPEZ - 11.1%
BARRY BONDS - 10.6%
MIKE LOWELL - 10.4%
TODD HELTON - 10.1%
ERIC GAGNE - 7.3%
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22.3% of voters
PRIOR EMERGED AS ONE OF BASEBALL'S TOP STARTERS IN 2003, FINISHING IN THE NL TOP THREE IN WINS (18), STRIKEOUTS (245), ERA (2.43) AND WHIP (1.10).
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ESTEBAN LOAIZA - 12.4%
ANDY PETTITTE - 11.7%
PEDRO MARTINEZ - 10.6%
ERIC GAGNE - 9.7%
JASON SCHMIDT - 9.0%
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33.1% of voters
PODSEDNIK'S 43 STEALS AND .314 BATTING AVERAGE LED ALL ROOKIES IN 2003. HE WAS ALSO THE ONLY ROOKIE TO SCORE 100 RUNS.
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HIDEKI MATSUI - 17.6%
BRANDON WEBB - 12.4%
MIGUEL CABRERA - 8.1%
ROCCO BALDELLI - 7.2%
DONTRELLE WILLIS - 6.9%
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27.5% of voters
IN BAKER'S DEBUT IN CHICAGO, THE CUBS WON THEIR FIRST DIVISION CROWN IN 14 YEARS, EDGING OUT THE ASTROS IN THE SEASON'S FINAL WEEKEND.
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JOE TORRE - 18.7%
JACK MCKEON - 18.3%
BOBBY COX - 10.8%
FELIPE ALOU - 7.2%
TONY PENA - 6.9%
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16.8% of voters
EDMONDS WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR MANY OF THE YEAR'S JAW-DROPPING CATCHES. HIS 12 OUTFIELD ASSISTS PLACED HIM SECOND AMONG NL CENTER FIELDERS.
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TORII HUNTER - 15.4%
ICHIRO SUZUKI - 13.7%
ERIC CHAVEZ - 13.0%
BRAD AUSMUS - 11.7%
BENGIE MOLINA - 8.6%
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23.4% of voters
DONNELLY'S ERA WAS AS LOW AS 0.38 ON JULY 22 AND HE FINISHED THE SEASON WITH AN IMPRESSIVE 1.58 MARK. HE LED THE AMERICAN LEAGUE WITH 29 HOLDS.
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OCTAVIO DOTEL - 16.5%
RHEAL CORMIER - 12.6%
RAFAEL SORIANO - 12.1%
LATROY HAWKINS - 11.7%
JOE NATHAN - 7.9%
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19.5% of voters
THE BRAVES' SHORTSTOP TURNED THE 12TH UNASSISTED TRIPLE PLAY IN THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL.
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MATSUI'S GRAND SLAM - 13.4%
EDMONDS' CATCH - 12.4%
BONDS' HOMER - 10.5%
GILES ROBS HOMER - 10.1%
BOONE'S CATCH AND FLIP - 7.6%
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34.0% of voters
MUELLER BECAME THE FIRST PLAYER TO HIT GRAND SLAMS FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE PLATE IN A GAME.
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DAMON'S 3 HITS IN AN INNING - 23.4%
DELGADO'S FOUR HOMERS - 11.9%
MILLWOOD'S NO-HITTER - 9.4%
BYRNES HITTING FOR CYCLE - 5.8%
WILLIS' ONE-HITTER - 4.9%
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17.9% of voters
OZZY OSBOURNE LED THE WRIGLEY FIELD CROWD IN A UNIQUE RENDITION OF "TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME."
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CUST FALLING DOWN - 15.4%
VERY LUCKY FAN - 13.8%
MISSPELLED ANGELS - 13.0%
INFIELD FLY RBI - 11.4%
SNOW-BALL FLIGHT - 10.1%
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