Padre Pitcher Given Honor Lanky Right-hander Wins 55 of 64 Votes From Coast Scribes
Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File)
Los Angeles, Calif.
Oct 23, 1941
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There wasn't much argument about the Pacific Coast League's most valuable player of 1941. Baseball writers polled by the Sporting News, national diamond publication, gave Pitcher Yank Terry of San Diego 55 points out of a possible 64.
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