Won the 2006 National League Most Valuable Player Award, becoming the second player ever to win the rookie of the year and MVP award in back-to-back seasons (Cal Ripken, Jr. 1982-83). Hit .313 with 58 home runs, 149 RBI and 104 runs scored in his first full season at the Major League level. He also won the Hank Aaron Award.
Ryan Howard, the big, insanely powerful behemoth, just homered again to keep the shitty Phillies in the race.
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