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Ramirez began 1999 on a hot streak, hitting . 337 with 7 home runs in the month of April. Ramirez's hot hitting continued all season, as he batted . 364 in May and reached the All-Star break with 25 home runs and 96 RBIs. At the time, it was the third highest single season total for RBI by the All-Star Break in MLB history, behind only Hank Greenberg (103 in 1935) and Juan González (101 in 1998). On September 30, 1999, Ramirez broke the Indians' single-season RBI record (previously 162 by Hal Trosky in 1936) by hitting a 3-run home run, giving Ramirez 164. He finished 1999 with 165 RBIs, the highest total by any player since Jimmie Foxx (1938), and batted an eye popping . 383 against left handed pitchers. He also batted . 383 with runners in scoring position, and . 377 with men on base. That season, he finished third in the voting for the AL MVP award. However, he struggled in the 1999 postseason, going 1-for-18 as the Indians were eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in 5 games in the 1999 American League Division Series.