The Best Lefthanded Batters and Lefthanded Pitchers in Baseball
Stan Musial won the National League Most Valuable Player award three times with the St. Louis Cardinals (1943, 1946 and in 1948).
Lefthanders who have won two MVP Awards are:
Carl Hubbell (1933 &1936)
Hal Newhouser (1944 & 1945)
Roger Maris (1960 & 1961)
Joe Morgan (1975 & 1976)
Bryce Harper (2015 & 2021).
Barry Bonds stands alone as the only player with more than three MVP Awards.
Barry Bonds won the National League Most Valuable Player Award seven times, including four in a row with San Francisco (2001-2004) and three times with Pittsburgh (1990, 1992 & 1993).
The National League and the American League Most Valuable Player Awards has been awarded every year since 1931 as voted by members of the Baseball Writers of America.
There have been 91 MVP Award Winners in the American League, and it has been won by lefthanded batters 26 times and by lefthanded pitchers 6 times.
There have been 92 MVP Award Winners in the American League ( there was a tie in 1979) and it has been won by lefthanded batters 27 times and lefthanded pitchers 4 times.
Yogi Berra won the American League Most Valuable Player award three times with the New York Yankees (1951, 1954 and 1955).
Other players who have won 3 MVP awards include righthanded batters Roy Campanella, Joe DiMaggio, Jimmy Foxx, Albert Pujois, Alex Rodriguez, Mike Schmidt, and switch-hitter Mickey Mantle.