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1946 National League Awards, All-Stars and Other Leaders

League Awards

Batting stats are G BA/OBP/SLG Pitching stats are W-L ERA, SO.

Award-Winners Complete Voting Results

Most Valuable Player Award

Stan Musial
STL 156 G .365/.434/.587
Batting Champion
  (highest BA as recognized at time) (List of Winners)
Stan Musial
STL 156 G .365/.434/.587
ERA Pitching Champion
  (lowest ERA as recognized at time) (List of Winners)
Howie Pollet
STL 21-10 (5 SV), 2.10, 107 SO

League All-Stars

All Star Directory · (* - indicates they played)
Box Score and Play-by-Play

P. Claude Passeau (CHC)
C. Walker Cooper (NYG)
1B. Johnny Mize (NYG)
2B. Red Schoendienst (STL)
3B. Whitey Kurowski (STL)
SS. Marty Marion (STL)
LF. Stan Musial (STL)
CF. Johnny Hopp (BSN)
RF. Dixie Walker (BRO)

Ewell Blackwell* (CIN)
Phil Cavarretta* (CHC)
Mort Cooper (BSN)
Del Ennis* (PHI)
Frankie Gustine* (PIT)
Kirby Higbe* (BRO)
Ray Lamanno* (CIN)
Peanuts Lowrey* (CHC)
Phil Masi* (BSN)
Frank McCormick* (PHI)
Eddie Miller (CIN)
Howie Pollet (STL)
Pee Wee Reese (BRO)
Pete Reiser (BRO)
Johnny Schmitz (CHC)
Rip Sewell* (PIT)
Enos Slaughter* (STL)
Emil Verban* (PHI)

NL Other Leaders

Glossary · Hold mouse over statistic name to see description

For batting rate stats, generally a minimum of 3.1 Plate Appearances/G, 1.0 IP/G, 0.67 Gm and Chances/Team Game (fielding), 0.2 SB att/Team Game (catchers), and 0.1 SB att/Team Game (baserunners only since 1951), and 0.1 decision/G for single-season leaderboards generally needed for rate statistics. For pitcher fielding the minimums are reduced by a third. For LF, CF, RF fielding stats, we only have reliable data since 1954, so all leaders are since 1954. Explanation of min. requirements