For only the fifth time in the Milwaukee Brewers 44-year franchise history the club saw two of its players listed in the Top 10 of a league MVP Award balloting.
Last year’s winner Ryan Braun was this year’s runner-up and third baseman Aramis Ramirez finished ninth in the voting for the 2012 National League Most Valuable Player.
Here are the years when the team had two or more of its players in the Top 10 of the MVP voting.
1981: Rollie Fingers (American League MVP), Cecil Cooper (8th place)
1982: Robin Yount (American League MVP), Cecil Cooper (5th place), Gorman Thomas (8th place)
2008: Ryan Braun (3rd place in N.L. balloting), C.C. Sabathia (6th place)
2011: Ryan Braun (National League MVP), Prince Fielder (3rd place)