On this date in the history of Yankees: Wins A-Rod 2007 MVP AL Pinstripes Bronx

On this date in the history of Yankees: Wins A-Rod 2007 MVP AL Pinstripes Bronx

On this date in the history of New York Yankees, Alex Rodriguez He won the 2007 American League's Biggest Value Player Award.

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With 26 out of 28 votes in the first place being achieved, A-Rod achieved the third MVP and the second with the Yankees (2005). A-Rod beat out Detroit Tigers outfielder Magglio Ordonez and the rest of the field.

Rodriguez recorded a slash line of .314 / .645 / 1.067. Besides leading the Junior Circuit with the percentage of slugging.

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In 2007, A-Rod was a AL All-Star slugger recipient and also cash.

It was a magical season since the beginning when A-Rod was living in 14 hours in April and met her career passing home No. 500 in August.

I remember going to that game on August 4 against the Kansas City Royals and it was a cool moment at the time; he was to be a clean man to break all the records.

During the job season, A-Rod posted a .820 OPS as the Yankees fell to Cleveland Indians in the ALDS.

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