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MLB ESPY nominees  

Barry Bonds winner
Credentials: Set the major league record for home runs (73) in a season 2001 NL MVP.

Past ESPY's: 1994 MLB Player

Roger Clemens
Credentials: Went 20-3 for Yankees in 2001. AL Cy Young winner in 2001.

Past ESPY's: 1998 Comeback Athlete

Luis Gonzalez
Credentials: Hit 57 home runs, drove in 142 runs and batted .325 in 2001.

Past ESPY's: none

Randy Johnson
Credentials: Went 21-6 while leading NL in ERA (2.49) and strikeouts (372) in 2001.

Past ESPY's: none

Curt Schilling
Credentials: Went 22-6 in helping Arizona to World Series title. Co-MVP in 2001 World Series.

Past ESPY's: none

Sammy Sosa
Credentials: Posted third career 60+ HR season in 2001 (64 home runs, 160 RBI).

Past ESPY's: none

Ichiro Suzuki
Credentials:Set the major league record for hits by a rookie 2001 AL Rookie of the Year.

Past ESPY's: none


past winners
'01 Pedro Martinez

'00 Pedro Martinez

'99 Mark McGwire

'98 Larry Walker

'97 Ken Caminiti

'96 Greg Maddux

'95 Jeff Bagwell

'94 Barry Bonds

'93 Dennis Eckersley

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