Found February 01, 2012 on All Things Rockies:
DENVER — While baseball is a concert, it is essentially nine innings of solo performances. Despite the Rockies’ dismal 2011 season, there were still players who delivered outstanding performances. The local chapter of Baseball Writers Association of American announced its Rockies’ winners today. They were as follows: Player of the Year: shortstop Troy Tulowitzki Pitcher of the Year: closer Rafael Betancourt Rookie of the Year: reliever Rex Brothers Good Guy Award (for cooperation with media): first baseman Jason Giambi
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