Casey voted Reds MVP for 2004

Published 12:00 am Friday, January 14, 2005

CINCINNATI (AP) - Sean Casey was honored Tuesday as the Cincinnati Reds' Most Valuable Player for the 2004 season, when the first baseman hit .324 and drove in 99 runs.

The local chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America also voted Casey their annual Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award for outstanding cooperation with the media.

Paul Wilson was chosen as the Reds' outstanding pitcher for last season, when he led the staff with 11 wins and 29 starts. The right-hander was 11-6 overall with a 4.36 earned run average.

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