Facts Don’t Support All-acc Bias Claim Against North Carolina-heavy Media
By Al Featherston
March 7, 2006
Baseball fans long have been outraged by the 1947 American League MVP vote.
Boston’s Ted Williams won the league’s Triple Crown that season, but he lost the MVP vote to New York’s Joe DiMaggio. Williams out-hit DiMaggio .343 to .315, out-homered him 32 to 20, and out-RBIed him 114 to 97. Yet DiMaggio won the MVP award, as a…
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