30 Seasons on City Island: The MVPs – Wes Chamberlain

This content was originally found in Issue No. 4 of this year’s Senators Program

Wes Chamberlain (1989)


• Batted .306 with 21 home runs and 26 doubles

• Led the Eastern League in hits (144) and runs batted in (87)

• Topped Albert Belle and Jim Leyritz for the award

• Finished 5th in the voting for NL Rookie of the Year in 1991

• “I feel in any team sport no one can win an award without learning to respect and the support of the individuals on the left, right, or in front of you. That brings in trust, one goal, one mind, one heartbeat, and then you’ll know who will have your back.” – Chamberlain, (May 10, 2011)

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