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Davey Johnson named NL Manager of the Year
Congrats, Davey. Now, time to finish that unfinished business before riding off into the sunset. Wonder if Davey called Jim Riggleman yet to thank him for quitting back in 2011?
(Screencap of Davey Johnson via MLB Network)
Here's the official release from the Nationals:
NATIONALS DAVEY JOHNSON NAMEDNL MANAGER OF THE YEAR BY BBWAAJOHNSON EARNS TOP MANAGERIAL AWARD 15 YEARS AFTER CLAIMING AL VERSION IN ‘97 Washington Nationals field manager Davey Johnson tonight was named National League Manager of the Year by the Baseball Writers Association of America. In 2012, Johnson’s first full season as Nationals skipper, he led Washington to an MLB-leading 98 wins, an NL East title and DC’s first postseason berth in 79 years. The Nationals either led the NL East or shared its top spot for all but 10 days this season, and by season’s end, owned the best run differential (+137) in MLB. Along the
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Outfielder Corey Brown was one of the reasons...
Davey Johnson has been chosen as the NL Manager of the Year after guiding the Washington Nationals to the best record in the major leagues.
Johnson easily won Tuesday in voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
Johnson, who turns 70 in January, was picked for the second time. He was the AL's top manager in 1997 while with Baltimore - that honor came hours...
The awards keep racking up for the 2012 Washington Nationals. One day after Bryce Harper was named Rookie of the Year, Nationals manager Davey Johnson was named National League Manager of the Year.
After being out of major league baseball coaching for nealry 11 years, Manager Davey Johnson took the helm of the 2012 Washington Nationals and reversed the teams fortunes...
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On Saturday, the Washington Nationals announced that they were re-signing manager Davey Johnson for the 2013 season. With the Nats clearing up the managerial situation, it leaves the rest of their off-season for signing free agents. One free agent they will start with is outfielder/first baseman Nick Swisher.
Swisher would be a great fit in a Washington...
Congratulations to Washington Nationals rookie phenom, Bryce Harper. He has been named the National League Rookie of the Year.
Harper started the first month in the Nationals minor league system, but was recalled to Washington on April 28, 2002. Harper was significant fuel to the Nationals offense, helping to surge the Nationals to their first ever National League East...
Washington Nationals skipper Davey Johnson won National League Manager of the Year today in a landslide, taking 23 of 32 first place votes and outdistancing his closest rival, Dusty Baker of the Cincinnati Reds, 131 to 77. Johnson joins CF Bryce Harper, who won NL Rookie of the Year yesterday, as members of the Nationals receiving postseason honors.
Johnson, 69, led the Nationals...
Bryce Harper is National League Rookie of the Year.
Youngest position player to win NL ROY, first National...congrats, kid.
Seems like only yesterday Harper was making his Major League debut in LA and getting mooned by Dodgers fans in the process...
(Headline swiped from @BallWonk. Screencap of Bryce Harper via MLB Network)
Here's the official release from the Nationals...
And so, the Nats were denied the ROY/MOY/Cy trifecta...Gio Gonzalez finishes third in NL Cy Young Award voting.
Congrats to R.A. Dickey.
(Screencap of Gio Gonzalez via MLB Network)
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The National League Rookie of the Year Award was won by Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper. Harper, 19, burst onto the scene for a Nationals team that surprisingly won the National League East.
Harper did his share of hitting for the Nationals as he finished the season with a .270 batting average to go along with 22 home runs and 59 RBI. Harper was called up to the majors...
Davey Johnson of the Washington Nationals and Bob Melvin of the
Oakland Athletics have been chosen as managers of the year.