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Outfielders Lance Berkman and Jacoby Ellsbury received the Comeback Player of the Year Awards for their bounce-back 2011 seasons, Major League Baseball announced Thursday.
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Finally some good Red Sox news! Ells has been named the American League Player of the Year for his outstanding 2011 season after missing most of 2010 with the rib injury.
Lance Berkman of the St. Louis Cardinals and Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox are baseball's comeback players of the year.
Ellsbury played just 18 games in 2010 because of injuries. The outfielder posted career highs in nearly every offensive category this season to earn the American League honor. He hit .321 with 32 home runs, 105 RBIs and 39 stolen bases.
Boston Red Sox outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury and St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Lance Berkman were named the respective American League and National League Comeback Players of the Year on Thursday.
Ellsbury earned the nod after rebounding from an injury-marred 2010 campaign to enjoy a career year in 2011. The 28-year-old Ellsbury batted .321 with 32 homers and 105 RBIs while also scoring...
MLB announced that Red Sox’s Jacoby Ellsbury (AL) and Cardinals Lance Berkman (NL) as the winners of the 2011 Comeback Player of The Year Awards. LANCE BERKMAN: Berkman would have gotten my vote as his career looked to be in the toilet the moment he got traded from the Astros to the Yankees. Berkman was [...]Read the rest of MLB: 2011 Comeback Players Of The Year Award Winners...
Jacoby Ellsbury was rewarded for his remarkable season yesterday when Major League Baseball named him the American League Comeback Player of the Year.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Lance Berkman receives the NL Comeback Player of the Year Award when potentially out of action due to injury.
Outfielders Lance Berkman of the St. Louis Cardinals and Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox are the recipients of the 2011 Comeback Player of the Year awards.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Lance Berkman of the St. Louis Cardinals and Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox are baseball's comeback players of the year.
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ST. LOUIS — Lance Berkman didn't set out to prove the skeptics wrong. He just figured that, even after struggling through an injury-riddled 2010, he still had good years ahead of him.
Even as the Red Sox season spiraled down the toilet, Jacoby Ellsbury was a bright spot, cementing his MVP status...
Finally something about the Sox that doesn't involve character assassinations or fried chicken.Jacoby Ellsbury was named the 2011 AL Comeback Player of the Year.The first Red Sox 30/30 player was one of the few who showed up last September, and this could be the first of more hardware to come for him.
There are so many nutty revelations in the Red Sox's self-serving/self-defeating exercise in blame and vengeance—and the revelations are so thoroughly unexamined by the Boston Globe reporters who wrote them down—you might think it would be hard to pick out the most ridiculous. The attacks on Adrian Gonzalez (.338/.410/.548) and Jacoby Ellsbury...
Yuniesky Betancourt makes a two out error in the bottom of the sixth. It’s Milwaukee’s third error of the night, coupled with a couple of poor plays. That five outs the team missed. The Cardinals have runners on first and third for Albert Pujols.
Update: Pujols lines a single to left, and the Cardinals lead 5-1.
Update: That’s it for Greinke, hurt by his defense tonight...