Players who have both won the Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player Awards:
Buster Posey 2010 2012
Ryan Braun 2007 2011
Dustin Pedroia 2007 2008
Ryan Howard 2005 2006
Ichiro Suzuki 2001 2001
Albert Pujols 2001 2005
Jeff Bagwell 1991 1994
Jose Canseco 1986 1988
Cal Ripken, Jr. 1982 1983
Andre Dawson 1977 1987
Fred Lynn 1975 1975
Thurman Munson 1970 1976
Johnny Bench 1968 1970
Rod Carew 1967 1976
Richie Allen 1964 1972
Pete Rose 1963 1973
Willie McCovey 1959 1969
Orlando Cepeda 1958 1967
Frank Robinson 1956 1961
Willie Mays 1951 1954
Don Newcombe 1949 1956
Jackie Robinson 1947 1949
Willie Mays, Frank Robinson, Johnny Bench and Albert Pujols, each won the Most Valuable Player Award twice. Mays won the award again in 1965, Bench won in 1972, Pujols won in 2008 and Robinson won in 1966. Robinson won his first MVP with the Cincinnati Reds and the second with the Baltimore Orioles.

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