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The BBWAA has revealed their 2013 Manager of the Year award winners, and they are Terry Francona of the Cleveland Indians and Clint Hurdle of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Francona received 16 of 30 first place votes and 112 points to win his first ever Manager of the Year award. Just two years ago, Francona was fired by the Boston Red Sox after watching over a late season collapse that saw the Red Sox miss the Postseason. This year, Francona led the Indians to a 92-70 record and their first playoff berth since 2007. The Tribe was eliminated by the Tampa Bay Rays in the wild card playoff game. John Farrell of the World Champion Red Sox was the runner-up to Francona, earning 12 first place votes and 96 points. 2012 winner Bob Melvin of the Oakland Athletics was third with the other two first place votes and 36 points. Joe Girardi, Joe Maddon, Jim Leyland, Buck Showalter, Ron Washington, and Ned Yost rounded out the voting with 11, nine, three, one, one, and one points apiece.
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Clint Hurdle won the BBWAA NL Manager of the Year award on Tuesday night, as expected. He dominated the voting, earning 25 of the 30 first place votes (and the 5 voters that didn’t put him first for some strange reason voted him second). I summarized my thought’s on Hurdle’s accomplishment when he was awarded the Sporting News Manager of the Year award two weeks ago, but I...
The Cleveland Indians Terry Francona and Pittsburgh Pirates Clint Hurdle were honored as the top managers in baseball by the BBWAA. Francona led the Indians to a 24 game improvement , the largest improvement in franchise history and earned the No. 1 wild-card spot in the American League.
The Indians went 21-6 in September and ended the season on a 10-game winning streak. Francona...
Clint Hurdle has won the NL Manager of the Year award after guiding the Pittsburgh Pirates to the playoffs in their first winning season since 1992.
Hurdle was a runaway winner, selected first on 25 of 30 ballots from a Baseball Writers' Association of America panel in voting totals revealed Tuesday. Don Mattingly of the Los Angeles Dodgers was second and Fredi Gonzalez of the...
For the second time this off-season, Clint Hurdle has won a Manager of the Year award. Hurdle was named the NL Manager of the Year tonight by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Previously he was named the NL Manager of the Year by The Sporting News. Tonight Hurdle beat out Fredi Gonzalez of the Braves and Don Mattingly of the Dodgers, taking 25 of 30 first place votes....
Not voting for Red Sox manager John Farrell is one thing. Leaving both Farrell and Indians manager Terry Francona off your ballot completely is downright questionable.
Asuka linuma Brown of the Japanese wire service Jiji Press caused quite the stir with her American League Manager of the Year ballot. Brown, a Seattle-based member of the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA...
Yan Gomes played in 88 games for the Indians in 2013 and that number looks to go way up in 2014 according to Indians manager Terry Francona. Francona made an appearance on 92.3 the Fan’s afternoon show with Adam the Bull and Dustin Fox to talk about winning the A.L. Manager of the Year award.
Indians Manager Terry Francona just told us that Yan Gomes will be the Indians everyday...
What’s all the yelling about?
Sure, John Farrell probably should have been named American League Manager of the Year. But Terry Francona winning the award is hardly unfair, certainly not unjust and absolutely not something worth getting all worked up about.
Both skippers killed it this season. They know this. Their players know this. Their superiors know this. Most level-headed...
Cleveland Indians skipper Terry Francona won the 2013 AL Manager of the Year award on Tuesday, narrowly beating out Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell.
THIS JUST IN: Terry Francona named AL Manager of the Year. He receives 16 first-place votes, while Red Sox manager John Farrell receives 12.— (@SportsCenter) November 12, 2013
The Indians won just 68 games in 2012, and Francona’s...
Leading his team to the postseason is the goal of every Major League manager, and two skippers who did that in historic ways for their ballclubs in 2013 have been rewarded with Manager of the Year honors.
Pittsburgh's Clint Hurdle led the Pirates into October for the first time since 1992 to win the National League award, and Terry Francona pushed the Indians into the postseason...
Terry Francona won AL Manager of the Year. Yes, you read this right. Terry Francona. And no, it's not 2004 or 2007.
I can't believe John Farrell got passed up for this. The way I see it is this: Both Farrell and Francona were first-year managers on their respective teams. Both bought those teams from the very bottom to the top. One, brought their...
The Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) named Pittsburgh’s Clint Hurdle National League Manager-of-the-Year.
While it would be understandable if John Farrell felt a little snubbed by not coming away with the AL Manager of the Year award, the man who led the Red Sox to the World Series is much more pleased with the team’s success than winning the individual accolade.
Epitomizing the 2013 Boston Red Sox, Farrell spoke to NESN’s Adam Pellerin from Cleveland, Ohio, and deflected all of...
On Tuesday evening, Major League Baseball announced the American and National League “Managers of the Year.”
For the National League, Pirates skipper Clint Hurdle received the nod. Over in the American League, things appear not as tidy. Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona received this year’s nod for the award and the internet and social media have been buzzing for...
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona was named the American League Manager Of the Year on Tuesday. Not to discredit the job he did guiding the Indians to the American League Wild Card Game but he shouldn’t have won the award.
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell should have been named the American League Manager Of the Year. Farrell in his first season with the Red Sox as their...