Larry Walker Awards

What awards did Larry Walker win? This page lists every known baseball award won by Larry Walker in chronological order. Click the award name and up comes a comprehensive history of that award along with every winner of that particular baseball award.

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"You don't ever forget your first game [ box ] in the big leagues. I got a hit off Giants' Mike LaCoss and walked three times. I walked over to first base after my third walk and Will Clark says to me, 'It's your first game in the big leagues and they're pitching you like you're Babe Ruth .' " - Larry Walker in Baseball Digest (July 2002)

Larry Walker

Larry Walker Autograph on a 1994 Bowman (#500)

Larry Walker Autograph on a 1994 Bowman (#500)

Birth Name:
Larry Kenneth Robert Walker
Nickname:
Booger or The Canadian Clubber
Born On:
12-01-1966  (Sagittarius)
Place of Birth Data Born In:
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
Year of Death Data Died On:
Still Living
Place of Death Data Died In:
Still Living
Cemetery:
n/a
High School:
Maple Ridge High School (Maple Ridge, Canada)
College:
None Attended
Batting Stances Chart Bats:
Left
Throwing Arms Chart Throws:
Right
Player Height Chart Height:
6-03
Player Weight Chart Weight:
235
First Game:
08-16-1989 (Age 22)
Last Game:
10-02-2005
Draft:
Undrafted Free Agent

Larry Walker

Awards

1987 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1990 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1992 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
1992 The Silver Slugger Award (National League)
1992 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1993 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
1994 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1995 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1997 Baseball Digest Player of the Year Award
1997 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
1997 Most Valuable Player Award
1997 Player of the Month Award
1997 Players Choice Outstanding Player of the Year Award
1997 The Silver Slugger Award (National League)
1997 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1998 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
1998 Silver Bat Award (Bud Hillerich Award)
1998 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
1999 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
1999 Silver Bat Award (Bud Hillerich Award)
1999 The Silver Slugger Award (National League)
2001 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
2001 Silver Bat Award (Bud Hillerich Award)
2001 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
2002 Gold Glove Award (National League Outfielder)
2002 Player of the Month Award
2002 Tip O'Neill Award (Presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
2009 Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

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