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February 23, 1988

Andre Dawson of the Chicago Cubs, the National League's most valuable player in 1987, was honored by his alma mater, Florida A&M, where he starred for three seasons.

Dawson enrolled there in 1972, after graduating from Miami Southwest High School, and made the baseball team as a walk-on freshman.

"My three years at (Florida A&M) paved the way for my future," Dawson said. "I've said all along, if I had to do it all over, I'd do it the same way."

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