World Series MVPs

There is no bigger stage in baseball than the World Series. Players who have performed well in the Fall Classic over the years have truly become immortals of the game. The individuals who have won World Series MVP have become some of the most in-demand athletes for speaking engagements, appearances and endorsement deals. As speakers, they can talk to your group about winning at the pinnacle of their sport. 

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Alan Trammell was one of the best shortstops of his day and a Detroit Tigers legend.  Trammell played his entire 20-year career with the Tigers and was a six-time All-Star.  Always lauded in...

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Ben Zobrist is one of the most versatile players in baseball today.  Zobrist primarily plays second base, but has also spent significant time in the outfield and at shortstop.  While with th...

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Bobby Richardson played 12 seasons in the big leagues with the New York Yankees and helped lead them to three World Series titles in 1958, 1961 and 1962.  During that time he won five consecutive Gold...

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Bret Saberhagen is a retired MLB pitcher who played 17 seasons for five different teams. A highly touted high school pitcher, Saberhagen was selected in the 19th round of the 1982 MLB Draft by the Kan...

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There are few baseball players in history that can match the all-around play of former Baltimore Orioles great Brooks Robinson.  Robinson began his major league career at the age of 18 and is one of t...

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Bucky Dent played 12 major league seasons with the Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals from 1973 to 1984 and is best known for his playing days with the New York...

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Cole Hamels is a starting pitcher for the Chicago Cubs . Named Colbert Michael Hamels at birth, he was born in 1983 in San Diego, California. Due to his overachievement in both academics and athletics...

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Curt Schilling, one of the Boston Red Sox’s most famous right-handed pitchers. Schilling was born in Alaska in 1966 and attended both high school and college in Arizona. He launched his professional c...

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Dave Stewart played in the big leagues for 18 seasons and was one of the most dominant pitchers of his era. Known for his intimidation and tenacity on the mound during games, Stewart won 168 games and...

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David Eckstein played 10 seasons in the big leagues with the Anaheim Angels, St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays, Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres from 2001 to 2010.  Prior to heading to t...

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David Freese grew up in Wildwood, Missouri and had a standout prep baseball career at Lafayette High School where he hit .533 with 23 homeruns as a senior.  After high school he signed on to play at S...

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Derek Jeter is a living legend.  During his 20-year career with the New York Yankees he led the Bronx Bombers to five World Series titles and an unprecedented 17 postseason appearances.  Although his...

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Edgar Renteria was one of the best shortstops of his era. The five-time All-Star originally debuted with the Florida Marlins in 1996 and finished second in National League Rookie of the Year voting. T...

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Frank “Sweet Music” Viola is a former starting pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball. Viola played baseball collegiately for St. John’s University. The Kansas City Royals drafted Vi...

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George Springer is expected to one of the future stars of Major League Baseball.  As a rookie with the Houston Astros in 2014, Springer had 20 homers and 56 RBI.  Prior to that season, Baseb...

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Hideki Matsui is one of the most successful players in major league history to come from Japan. He became a renowned home run hitter during his decade with the Yomiuri Giants. From 1994-2002, Mat...

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Jack Morris is a former professional baseball player who, over the span of his eighteen-year career, won four World Series Championships with three different professional teams. Morris was a pitcher i...

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Jermaine Dye enjoyed a successful 14-year major league career with the Atlanta Braves, Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics and Chicago White Sox from 1996 to 2009. Dye joined the Braves as a 17th ro...

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Josh Beckett has enjoyed a long and successful major league career on the mound, earning three all-star selections and helping the Florida Marlins to a World Series title in 2003 and the Boston Red So...

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Livan Hernandez had a remarkable 17-year major league career. Hernandez bravely defected to the United States from Cuba as a 20-year-old in 1995. He made his major league debut for the Florida Marlins...

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Madison Bumgarner is the ace of the San Francisco Giants and hero of the 2014 World Series.  Bumgarner was named MVP of both the NLCS and the World Series, throwing 52 2/3 innings total postseaso...

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Manny Ramirez was one of the most feared sluggers of his era.  Ramirez was a 12 time All-Star and hit 555 home runs in his career.  He played big on the largest stage as well, hitting a reco...

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There is no better closer in baseball history than Mariano Rivera.  Rivera, one of the all-time great New York Yankees, saved a record 652 games.  He played his entire career in New York, made 13 All-...

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Mickey Lolich pitched in the big leagues for 17 seasons with the Detroit Tigers, New York Mets and San Diego Padres from 1963 to 1979. Lolich got his start in professional baseball after being signed...

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Mike Lowell played 13 seasons in the big leagues with the New York Yankees, Florida Marlins and Boston Red Sox. Lowell got his start in pro ball after being selected in the 20th round by the New York...

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Mike Schmidt’s resume includes twelve All-Star selections, three National League MVP Awards, ten Gold Glove Awards, six Silver Slugger Awards, and a World Series ring.  But that’s onl...

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Orel Hershiser is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. Hershiser attended Bowling Green State University where he hardly played his freshman year. As a sophomore, Hershiser was academically ineligi...

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Pablo Sandoval is an MLB third baseman, currently playing for the Boston Red Sox. Nicknamed “The Panda,” Sandoval’s tough play and lovable nature make him a natural fan favorite...

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Pat Borders played for ten teams over his 18-year major league career, but he is best known as the heart and soul behind some of the best teams in Toronto Blue Jays history. Borders made his major lea...

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Paul Molitor is a former MLB infielder and current manager of the Minnesota Twins. Molitor started his playing career with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1978, playing 125 games, batting .273 with six...

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With a nickname like Charlie Hustle, it’d be safe to say that Pete Rose got to first base a few times during his 24-year major league career.  In fact, from 1963 to 1986 he reached first base more tim...

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Ralph Terry had his finest season in a distinguished major league baseball career in 1962.  During the regular season, Terry went 23-12 with a 3.15 ERA.  He led the American League in wins a...

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Nicknamed “The Big Unit,” Randy Johnson is a retired Major League Baseball player. Standing at 6 foot 10 inches tall, Johnson was an imposing force on the mound and his lights out fastball that regula...

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Reggie Jackson is a world renowned retired Major League Baseball right fielder. Prior to his 21 season career in the majors, Reggie attended college at Arizona State University and played both footbal...

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Rick Dempsey played 24 seasons in Major League Baseball as a catcher. As one of the best defensive catchers of his era, Rick was drafted in the 15th round of the 1967 MLB Draft. After a few seasons go...

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Rollie Fingers, known as much for his twisted handlebar moustache as his pitching abilities, first signed to play for the Kansas City Athletics on Christmas Day of 1964. As a starting pitcher througho...

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Salvador Perez is already one of the best catchers in baseball and is only expected to get better.  Perez is a two-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove winner for the Kansas City Royals.  He was inst...

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Sanford Koufax, much more commonly recognized as Sandy, is a former professional baseball pitcher in the major leagues. While Koufax was born in Brooklyn, New York in the mid 1930’s, he grew up...

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Scott Brosius played 11 seasons in the big leagues after being selected in the 20th round of the 1987 MLB Draft by the Oakland Athletics out of Linfield College. In 1991 he made his major league debut...

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Steve Pearce was born April 13, 1983 and is a left fielder and first baseman for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). He throws and bats right-handed, and is listed at 5 feet 11 inches (...

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When baseball people call someone a “crafty lefty”, they are referring to a pitcher with all of Tom Glavine’s attributes. From 1987 to 2008 he finessed opposing batters with a spot on fastball and an...

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Troy Glaus was one of the best third basemen of his era and a star early in his career for the Anaheim Angels. Glaus originally debuted with the Angels in 1998 and made three of his four All-Star appe...