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Baseball player Joe Morgan won consecutive National League MVP awards 1975–1976, when he led the Cincinnati Reds to back-to-back World Series championships.
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Joe Morgan was born September 19, 1943, in Bonham, Texas. In 1965 he was named the NL Rookie of the Year for the Houston Astros. He remained with the Astros through 1971, being named to the All Star team twice. He traded to the Cincinnati Reds, and played in the 1972 World Series his first year. The Reds captured consecutive World Series titles in 1975 and 1976 while he earned two MVP awards.
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