Awards week for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America wrapped up Thursday night when the highly anticipated MVP Award winners were announced. Paul Goldschmidt of St. Louis Cardinals took the National League MVP award, receiving 22 of 30 first-place votes.
Manny Machado of the San Diego Padres and Nolan Arenado of the Cardinals received the remaining 8 first place votes.
Austin Riley finished in sixth place and received five fifth-place votes. Dansby Swanson and Michael Harris II finished 12th and 13th.
New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge took home American League MVP honors, receiving 28 first-place votes. Shohei Ohtani and Yordan Alvarez came behind him.
With BBWAA Award week coming to a close, we head into the next important offseason event of the non-tender deadline.
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The San Diego Padres officially announced that they have re-signed reliever Robert Suarez to a five-year, $46 million deal. Suarez will be eligible for an opt-out after the first three seasons.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced that the Texas Rangers will host the 2024 All-Star Game in Arlington.
A few players, including the Giants’ Scott Alexander and the Reds’ Buck Farmer, will avoid arbitration after completing deals before today’s non-tender deadline.
The Seattle Mariners sent former ROY Kyle Lewis to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for OF Cooper Hummel. Over the past two years, Lewis has appeared in just 54 major league games.
The New York Mets have reportedly met with free agent Kodai Senga, who is best known for his fastball and splitter.