Former Cleveland Indians third baseman Al Rosen, who won an American League MVP award in 1953, passed away at age 91.
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The details of his death were not shared. Rosen had played his entire career with the Indians for 10 seasons from 1947-56.
The third baseman was named to the American League All-Star team four times while helping lead the Indians to a World Series victory in the 1948 season.
In his MVP season, Rosen hit 45 home runs with 145 runs batted in and a .336 batting average while reaching the 100-RBI mark five times in his career.
CBS Sports MLB announced Rosen’s death on Twitter.
— CBS Sports MLB (@CBSSportsMLB) March 14, 2015