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Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels was named the American League Rookie of the Year for the 2012 season. It was unanimous and Trout received all 28 first place votes. The 20 year old had a season for the ages. Athletics outfielder Yoenis Cespedes and Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish were the other two finalists.
In the National League, the Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper took home the hardware over finalists Wade Miley and Todd Frazier.
The announcement of the results from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America were shown live on MLB Network.
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Today I’ll preview the Rookie of the Year Awards, which will be announced later this afternoon. The winners are voted for by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
The Angels’ Mike Trout had arguably one of the best rookie seasons in history and there’s nobody a close second in the American League. And, if not for Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera, we’d also be talking MVP.
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Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels was a unanimous winner of the AL Rookie of the Year after a season that put him in contention for the MVP award, too.
The 21-year-old center fielder hit .326 with 30 homers and 83 RBIs following his call-up from the minor leagues in late April.
Trout received all 28 first-place votes from the Baseball Writers' Association of America and...
Were you paying close attention to last Tuesday’s presidential election? If so, chances are you learned the name Nate Silver in the course of your research.
During election season, Silver’s blog for the New York Times, FiveThirtyEight, became the g0-to source for those looking for an early inclination who might win the presidency just by parsing the numbers. As it turned out...
After being widely considered a Top 2 candidate for the American League MVP, Mike Trout‘s Rookie of the Year honor was a foregone conclusion.
Still, now it’s official. Trout was named AL Rookie of the Year in a unanimous vote by the BBWAA. Trout is the second Angels player to be named Rookie of the Year — Tim Salmon also won in 1993.
Trout hit .326 with 30 home runs and 83...
Los Angeles Angles outfielder Mike Trout was named the American League Rookie of the Year today. Trouth, a 21-year-old from New Jersey, not only won the award but has placed himself in consideration for one of the greatest rookie seasons of all-time.
Trout burst on the scene this year for an under achieving Angels team. Finishing the year with a .326/.399/.564 line the right handed...
Bryce Harper walked away with National League Rookie of the Year honors last night, and it was much deserved. He had arguably the best rookie season by a teenager in the history of baseball, and the company of Mel Ott, Tony Conigliaro, and Ken Griffey, Jr. when comparing Harper to other teenagers only helps solidify that point. So, why was the difference between Harper and runner...
When the National League Rookie of the Year award is announced tonight, there is probably going to be a decent bit of outrage surrounding it. One player from each division is represented, and the three players that are finalists couldn't be more dissimilar. Let's examine them, shall we?
Representing the NL East is teenage phenom Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals...
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...
The NL Rookie of the Year vote was cast, and to the surprise of few, Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper took home the award. It was certainly more contested than the AL vote, which easily went to Los Angeles OF Mike Trout. While the AL vote was down to Trout, Yonesis Cespedes and Yu Darvish, the NL vote should have been down to more than just Harper, Arizona LHP Wade Miley and...
Giancarlo Stanton isn’t hiding his displeasure with the Marlins’ recent moves.
After the team reportedly traded Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, Mark Buerhle, Emilio Bonifacio and John Buck to the Blue Jays, the Marlins outfielder divulged his frustration on Twitter.
Alright, I’m pissed off!!! Plain & Simple
— Giancarlo Stanton (@Giancarlo818) November 13, 2012
Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins outfielderAlright, I'm pissed off!!! Plain & Simple Giancarlo Stanton (@Giancarlo818) November 13, 2012Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals pitcher@giancarlo818 you can always come play for the Nats! We will take you anytime! Get some red, white, and blue in your life! Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) November 14, 2012Justin Ruggiano, Miami Marlins...
PHOENIX Arizona Diamondbacks left-handed pitcher Wade Miley finished second to Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper in the 2012 National League Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year voting, announced Monday by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Mileys second-place finish was the best by a D-backs rookie in team history.
Miley, who turns 26 Tuesday, went 16-11 with...
Frank Robinson, Vince Coleman, Benito Santiago, Mike Piazza, Raul Mondesi, Scott Rolen, Tony Kubek, Carlton Fisk, Mark McGwire, Sandy Alomar Jr., Tim Salmon, Derek Jeter, Nomar Garicaparra, Evan Longoria, Mike Trout. Those are some of the names of the players who have unanimously won the Rookie of the Year award. Trout joined that illustrious group Monday when he became the youngest...