Boston MVPs through the years
There was a time when a player could lead the league in home runs with 10. That time would be right around 1912, when Tris Speaker won the MVP. Speaker led the league with 10 home runs and a .464 OBP in 153 games. He drove in 90 runs and also hit 53 doubles, which led the league. He did have 222 hits, a career high. It was the first of four years in a 22-year-career where Speaker had 200 hits.