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The award became national in 1947 ; Jackie Robinson, the Brooklyn Dodgers ' first baseman, won the inaugural award.
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2B Orlando Hudson became the recipient of his second career Gold Glove Award, as announced on November 3 becoming only the sixth infielder in major league history to win a Gold Glove award in both the American and National Leagues.
The winners receive the Kenesaw Mountain Landis Memorial Baseball Award, which became the official name of the award in 1944, in honor of the first MLB commissioner, who served from 1920 until his death on November 25, 1944.
He also became the first starting pitcher to win this award since Roger Clemens had accomplished the feat in 1986.
In 1942 Beech won its first Army-Navy ‘ E ’ Award production award and became one of the elite five percent of war contracting firms in the country to win five straight awards for production efficiency, mostly for the production of the Beechcraft 18 which remains in widespread use worldwide.
A healthy Walker became the first player in club history to win the NL Most Valuable Player award in 1997, batting. 366 with 49 homers and 130 RBI.
In the process, Jennings became the first Rockies player to win the National League Rookie of the Year award.
In 1963, Sandy Koufax became the first pitcher to win the award in a unanimous vote ; two years later he became the first multiple winner.
In 1978, Gaylord Perry ( age 40 ) became the oldest pitcher to receive the award, only to have the record broken in 2004 by Roger Clemens ( age 42 ).
White and Martin, who helped the Cowboys defeat the Denver Broncos, became the first defensive linemen to win the award.
That same year, he became the first non-American to receive the Film Society of Lincoln Center ’ s annual award for cinematic achievement.
With the 2005 Emmy Win, Spader became one of the few actors ( along with co-star William Shatner as Denny Crane ) to win an Emmy award while playing the same character in two different series.
At the induction ceremony, the band's inner rift became apparent when Jones joked upon accepting his award, " Thank you, my friends, for finally remembering my phone number ", causing consternation and awkward looks from Page and Plant.
Warner became the sixth player to win both the NFL Most Valuable Player Award and the Super Bowl MVP award during the same season.
In 1958, Lindgren became the second recipient of the Hans Christian Andersen Award, an international award for youth literature.
The founding director of CBS News, Paul White, for whom the top award given by the broadcast news directors organization Radio Television Digital News Association ( RTDNA ) is named, Kent Cooper, who later became the longtime GM of rival Associated Press, early ABC News president Elmer Lower, Raymond Clapper, originator of the term " smoked-filled room ", Merriman Smith, Helen Thomas, Marie Colvin, Martha Gellhorn, Kate Webb, Henry Tilton Gorrell, Seymour Hersh, Lucien Carr, Neil Sheehan, Brit Hume, Keith Olbermann, New York Times columnists Thomas Friedman and Gail Collins, Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen, sportswriter and Untouchables co-author Oscar Fraley, author H. Allen Smith, military author Joe Galloway, Saigon evacuation photographer Hubert van Es, photographer Stan Stearns, 1970s White House photographer David Hume Kennerly, White House spokesmen George Reedy, Ron Nessen and Larry Speakes, longtime Las Vegas bureau manager Myram Borders, onetime CIA Director Richard Helms, who interviewed Adolf Hitler for United Press during the 1936 Olympics, diplomat Edward M. Korry, former UP correspondent to Moscow Eugene Lyons, C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb, ex-Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, 1980's-90's Singapore President Wee Kim Wee and novelists Allen Drury, Tony Hillerman and Daniel Silva.
At the end of the season, Carey became the youngest ever All-Australian captain at 22 years of age and finished third in the Brownlow Medal count, after being outright favourite to take out the prestigious award.
became a hit when it aired on the Public Broadcasting Service, while Absolutely Fabulous enjoyed a significant following when it aired on Comedy Central, and The Office won a Golden Globe award in 2004 for " Best Television Series — Musical or Comedy ", beating popular American favourites such as HBO's Sex and the City and NBC's Will & Grace.
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Knuth was one of the founding editors of the Engineering and Science Review, which won a national award as best technical magazine in 1959.
International Kendo Federation ( FIK ) grading rules allow national kendo organisations to establish a special committee to consider the award of those grades.
The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1998 ( Public Law 105-85 ) changed the criteria to delete authorization for award of the Purple Heart to any civilian national of the United States while serving under competent authority in any capacity with the Armed Forces.
The Tudors otherwise rejected or suppressed other religious notions, whether for the Pope's award of Fidei Defensor or to prevent them from being in the hands of the common laity, who might be swayed by cells of foreign Protestants, with whom they had conversation as Marian exiles, pursuing a strategy of containment which the Lancastrians had done ( after being vilified by Wat Tyler ), even though the phenomenon of " Lollard knights " ( like John Oldcastle ) had become almost a national sensation all on its own.
In 1982, President Ronald Reagan presented him with the Kennedy Center honors award, a national tribute for life achievement in the arts.
Since 1967, the award ceremony has been broadcast on U. S. national television and includes songs from the nominated musicals, and occasionally has included video clips of, or presentations about, nominated plays.
Butragueño contributed to the side's transformation, and was a prominent member of the team during the 1980s, winning numerous honours: he received the European Bronze award for best footballer in two consecutive years, and won the Pichichi Trophy in 1991, while also being instrumental in the capital club's five national leagues, two domestic cups and two ( consecutive ) UEFA Cups.
They also won an ESPY award for Best Moment in Sports in 2008, were featured in Sports Illustrated, and are part of a national billboard campaign promoting sportsmanship by the Foundation for A Better Life.
Upon Eritrea's independence in 1991, Tigrinya retained the status of working language in the country, the only state in the world to date to award Tigrinya recognition on a national level.
Received the Golf Digest Magazine 2005 national award, " The Third Most Affordable New Public Golf Course.
Atanasoff's first national award for scientific achievements was the Order of Saints Cyril and Methodius, First Class, Bulgaria's highest scientific honor bestowed to him in 1970, before the 1973 court ruling.
In 1970 Raymond A. Watt, a national award winning builder, purchased 3, 250 acres in the San Vicente Valley with the intent of building a new community that became San Diego Country Estates.
The department operates seven cars, five of them patrol cars, and once won a national award from Law and Order magazine for the design of its patrol cars.
In addition to a 2009 Emmy Award by the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, CLC-TV received a 1st and 3rd place award by the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors ( NATOA ) and five national Telly Awards, four platinum and one gold.
In 1996, Dr. Wigand won the Sallie Mae First Class Teacher of the Year award, receiving national recognition for his teaching skills.
The NCAA started awarding the national title for Women's Track and Field in 1983, prior to that the award was given by the AIAW.
Robertson then became AT & T's national television spokesman for ten years, winning the Advertising Age award for best commercial.
The first organized paintball game in record was held by Charles Gaines, Bob Gurnsey and friends in New Hampshire in 1981, with the first paintball field opening approximately a year later in Sutton, NH ( opened by founder Bob Gurnsey ) In 1983 the first National Survival Game ( NSG ) national championship was held, with a $ 14, 000 cash award for the winning team.