September 2, 1965 — Jim Moyer, outfielder and manager of the Waynesboro Generals, was named the Valley League’s most valuable player for 1965 on Friday of last week in the annual scorekeepers’ poll.
Moyer collected 46 of a possible 49 points in the balloting by the league’s seven official scorers.
Danny Talbot, of New Market, was second with 35; followed by Jim Cassady of Luray, 32; Dwight Guyton, of Harrisonburg, 28; Ollie Jarvis of Craigsville and Ed Lemon of Staunton, 22 each; and Jim Kite of Shenandoah 11.
~ From the public archives of the Page News and Courier
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