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See which of your favorite players and sports moments captured the awards at The Globies.

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Red Sox MVP

Chris Sale

Pitcher
In the first half of his first season in Boston, Sale was every bit as advertised, dominating hitters and earning the start for the American League in the All-Star Game. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Mookie Betts

Right Fielder
He was the runner-up for the AL MVP in 2016, and continued to perform at an elite level through the first half of 2017. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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David Ortiz

Designated Hitter
Big Papi retired after a splendid 2016 season, then saw his number retired and added to the facade at Fenway Park in 2017. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Craig Kimbrel

Pitcher
The closer followed a solid first season in Boston with an All-Star appearance in the first half of his second season. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Dustin Pedroia

Second Baseman
The veteran second baseman's role as a team leader expanded with the retirement of David Ortiz, but as usual he often let his play set the example. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Patriots MVP

Tom Brady

Quarterback
He led the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history to win his fifth Lombardi Trophy. (Globe Staff Photo/Jessica Rinaldi)
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Julian Edelman

Wide Receiver
The fiery receiver was again a go-to for his quarterback, scrapping his way to his second career 1,000-yard season and second Super Bowl ring. (Globe Staff Photo/Stan Grossfeld)
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Martellus Bennett

Tight End
The artist and creative director did a serviceable job as the Patriots second tight end while also bringing fun and thoughtfulness to a usually tight-lipped locker room. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Dont'a Hightower

Linebacker
The linebacker is truly the leader of the defense, and rose to the occasion in Super Bowl LI, turning in perhaps the play of his career when his strip-sack sparked the comeback. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Devin McCourty

Defensive Back
This steady safety was ever present and ever consistent for the defensive backfield while providing capable leadership for the whole team. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Bruins MVP

Brad Marchand

Forward
The fiery forward led the team in scoring and was a driving force as the Bruins returned to the playoffs after a two-year absence. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Patrice Bergeron

Center
The veteran center played 79 games despite having a sports hernia, and earned his record fourth Selke Award as the league’s top defensive forward. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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David Pastrnak

Forward
The young forward had a break out season in his third year, finishing as the team's second-leading scorer and giving the Bruins another scoring threat to compliment Marchand. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Tuukka Rask

Goaltender
The goaltender won a career-high 37 games despite getting inconsistent play from the defense playing in front of him. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Zdeno Chara

Defenseman
The 40-year-old captain logged 75 games while serving as the anchor for a young and inexperienced defense. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Celtics MVP

Isaiah Thomas

Guard
The high-scoring guard averaged just under 29 points per game to reach the All-Star game and lead the Celtics to the No. 1 seed in the East. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Al Horford

Forward
The power forward demonstrated that Boston could land a big name free agent, and provided leadership and a low-post presence. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Avery Bradley

Guard
The steady guard put up offensive numbers that complemented his defensive game and combined with Thomas to form a tough starting backcourt. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Jae Crowder

Forward
The small forward was a steady presence for the Celtics, often drawing tough defensive assignments against some of the top scorers in the league. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Marcus Smart

Guard
The versatile guard provided a spark off the bench, ably filling in whenever Thomas or Bradley needed a breather or were out with an injury. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Revolution MVP

Juan Agudelo

Striker
Capable of scoring using his head or either foot, the striker has worked to evolve his game into a well-rounded one, becoming a viable offensive threat for the Revs. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Kei Kamara

Striker
Though he has expressed frustration about his lack of production since coming to New England from Columbus, the forward leads the Revs in shots this season (63), is second in shots on goal (22), and tied for most goals (8). (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Lee Nguyen

Midfielder
The steady midfielder has taken home this award the last two years, and could do so again this year, leading the team in assists (10), goals (8), and third in shots (34) and shots on goal (15). (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Diego Fagundez

Midfielder
Fagundez has shown a balance in his game between his prowess in the midfield and on the offensive attack, leading the team in shots on goal this season. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Kelyn Rowe

Midfielder
Rowe, who made his USMNT debut this summer, provides a consistent presense for the Revs, able to play in the midfield or as a capable defender. (Globe Staff Photo/Stan Grossfeld)
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Voice of Boston

Joe Castiglione

Red Sox radio play-by-play
How long has he been a voice of summer on Red Sox radio broadcasts? When he started in 1983, Jerry Remy was still a player. Can you believe it? (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Tommy Heinsohn

Celtics television analyst
Despite turning 83 in August, the Celtics icon, who is entering his 37th year paired with play-by-play voice Mike Gorman, remains a passionate and insightful color analyst. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Jack Edwards

Bruins television play-by-play
Quirky play-by-play voice on NESN Bruins broadcasts is prone to soliloquizing, but he calls a fine game and has easy chemistry with analyst Andy Brickley. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Bob Socci

Patriots radio play-by-play
In four seasons since taking over for the legendary Gil Santos as the Patriots radio play-by-play voice, the steady Socci has called two Super Bowl victories.
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Scott Zolak

Patriots radio analyst
Former Patriots backup quarterback and current radio host remains a fan-favorite with his excitable yet insightful broadcast style. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Unsung Hero

James White

New England Patriots
In his third pro season, the running back scored the game-winning touchdown as part of a record-setting Super Bowl performance. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Kevan Miller

Boston Bruins
In his fourth season with the Bruins, the big defenseman was reliable and tough, with a dash of offensive prowess thrown in. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Sandy Leon

Boston Red Sox
The catcher had his best season in the majors in 2016, and helped the Sox find their way in the first half of 2017. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Marcus Smart

Boston Celtics
In his third season in Boston, the guard contributed 10.6 points per game and a fiery on-court presence that energized his teammates and antagonized opponents. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Andrew Farrell

New England Revolution
The Revolution representative in the 2016 MLS All-Star Game has been a consistent presence on defense throughout the past two seasons. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Best Moment

Celtics' Isaiah Thomas scores 53 points

In Game 2 of a playoffs series vs. the Wizards, one game after major dental surgery after having his teeth knocked out, Thomas erupted with a career-best performance. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Patriots' Super Bowl-winning comeback touchdown

After a pair of incompletions and a Falcons penalty from the 2-yard line, Tom Brady handed off to James White, who motored his way around the right end before slamming his way through defenders to break the end zone plane and cap the historic comeback. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Bruins' Sean Kuraly's Game 5 winning goal in 3-2 double OT

Bruce Cassidy made the gutsy decision to play Sean Kuraly in place of Ryan Spooner, setting up Kuraly to be the hero just weeks after being called up from Providence.
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Red Sox trade for Chris Sale

Dave Dombrowski was his truest deal-making self in pulling of a trade that immediately boosted the Red Sox rotation and increased the offseason fodder of their championship chances. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Top Newcomer

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Al Horford

Boston Celtics
The power forward played a vital role and even saw time at center in the playoffs as the Celtics advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2012. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Chris Hogan

New England Patriots
From his touchdown reception from Jimmy Garoppolo in the season opener, to his clutch reception on the game-tying drive in the Super Bowl, the free agent from Buffalo delivered. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Charlie McAvoy

Boston Bruins
After leading the BU Terriers to the Hockey East regular season title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament, McAvoy made his NHL debut in the Bruins' 2-1 playoff win over Ottawa. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Chris Sale

Boston Red Sox
Sale has made the trade with the White Sox look like a steal, as he has come in to take over as the ace, earning the starting bid for the American League in the All-Star game.(Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Andrew Benintendi

Boston Red Sox
The young outfielder was called up by the Red Sox in August of 2016 and immediately contributed both offensively and defensively in the middle of a pennant race. He has followed up in 2017 with a strong rookie campaign. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Social Media Star

Isaiah Thomas

Boston Celtics
He may be gone, but his amiable, curious, and clever social media posts won't soon be forgotten by the fans who delighted in hearing directly from him on their phones or computers. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Julian Edelman

New England Patriots
The do-it-all receiver's sense of humor is as evident as his loyalty to teammates and the game of football in his social media posts. (Globe Staff Photo/Stan Grossfeld)
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Tom Brady

New England Patriots
He hawks training and fitness products, professes his love for his family, and even posts his failures, most notably a skiing crash, right there for all to see. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Jaylen Brown

Boston Celtics
In his rookie season with the Celtics, he was a fun follow on Twitter and Instagram, but he also knew when to pump the brakes as he signed off for the duration of the playoffs. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Kei Kamara

New England Revolution
One of the Revolution's top scorers has also been known to light things up on Twitter in an engaging and creative fashion. (Globe Staff Photo: Matthew J. Lee)
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Most Stylish

Danny Amendola

New England Patriots
Here's all the proof you need that the Patriots receiver belongs here – he signed a contract with a modeling agency. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Tuukka Rask

Boston Bruins
The Bruins' top goalie usually looks the same on the ice as he does off of it – pretty good. (Globe Staff Photo/John Tlumacki)
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Mookie Betts

Boston Red Sox
His personal style is just about what you'd expect of an All-Star and runner-up for the MVP award. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Juan Agudelo

New England Revolution
Check him out on Instagram. You'll see why he's here. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Jae Crowder

Boston Celtics
The forward may have left Boston, but you can expect him to wear it well in Cleveland, too. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Top College Athlete

Kenzie Kent

Boston College Hockey and Lacrosse
The two-sport star led BC to the national title game in lacrosse and the Frozen Four in hockey.
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Zach Aston-Reese

Northeastern University Hockey
The Huskies forward led the nation in scoring en route to being named Hockey East Player of the Year as well as a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Mike Vecchione

Union College Hockey
The Saugus native was named ECAC Player of the Year and led the Dutchmen to the NCAA tournament while being named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award.
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Joe Gambardella

UMass Lowell Hockey
The senior forward led his team in scoring as the River Hawks captured the Hockey East tournament crown and came within one win of reaching the NCAA Frozen Four. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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T.J. Williams

Northeastern University Men's Basketball
The senior guard started all 30 games for the Huskies and was named the Colonial Athletic Association's Player of the Year.
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Female Athlete of the Year

Adrienne Jarocki

Harvard Fencing
She's made four appearances on the All-Ivy League first team, and was national sabre champ as junior.
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Tatiana Cortez

Boston College Softball
The senior batted .320 in 2017 and set Boston College's career home run record, including a memorable walk-off on Senior Day. (Globe Staff Photo/Jessica Rinaldi)
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Kenzie Kent

Boston College Soccer and Lacrosse
The two-sport star led BC to the women's lacrosse title game, and has played in four Final Fours in three years. (Globe Staff Photo/Matthew J. Lee)
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Carly Muscaro

Merrimack College Track & Field
She was named the Division 2 Honda Athlete of the Year and is a candidate for the US Olympic team.
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Male Athlete of the Year

Brad Marchand

Boston Bruins
The scrappy left wing had a career year in 2016-17, scoring 39 goals and establishing himself as one of the most important players on the team. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Chris Sale

Boston Red Sox
After arriving in Boston in the biggest trade of the offseason, the lefthander's starts instantly became appointment viewing, must-see TV. (Globe Staff Photo/Barry Chin)
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Tom Brady

New England Patriots
There's no slowing the Patriots quarterback down. At age 39, he led the greatest Super Bowl comeback ever and his team to its fifth championship. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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Isaiah Thomas

Boston Celtics
The diminutive guard became Mr. Fourth Quarter for his late-game heroics in the 2016-17 season, and led the Celtics into the Eastern Conference Finals. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
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