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  • Angels' Mike Trout named American League MVP

    Best player in baseball? Mike Trout, three years running. He hits for average, hits for power, steals bases, steals home runs from opposing batters, steals the spotlight on a team with Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton, inspires fans to wear silly fish-...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw wins MVP to complete a rare double

    Clayton Kershaw still doesn’t have a World Series ring, but he received the ultimate consolation prize Thursday. Kershaw was voted the most valuable player of the National League, becoming the first NL pitcher to win the award since Bob Gibson...
  • Nelson Cruz finishes seventh in AL MVP voting; Adam Jones 14th

    Nelson Cruz finishes seventh in AL MVP voting; Adam Jones 14th
    Orioles designated hitter-left fielder Nelson Cruz finished seventh in the Baseball Writers' Association of America's voting for American League Most Valuable Player, while center fielder Adam Jones placed 14th. Cruz, who was selected as the Most...
  • Trout, Kershaw land Major League Baseball MVP awards in a sweep

    Angels outfielder Mike Trout was a unanimous winner of the American League Most Valuable Player Award, and Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw claimed National League honors in an LA sweep on Thursday. The 23-year-old Trout broke through after back-to-back...
  • Trout, Kershaw Named Baseball MVPs

    After two near-misses, Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout was named the American League Most Valuable Player Thursday. The National League winner was pitcher Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers, who won the Cy Young Award Wednesday. Trout was a...
  • It's unanimous: Angels' Mike Trout is MVP

    It's unanimous: Angels' Mike Trout is MVP
    Best player in baseball? Mike Trout, three years running. He hits for average, hits for power, steals bases, steals home runs from opposing batters, steals the spotlight on a team with Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton, and inspires fans to wear silly...
  • White Sox executives say forget 'rebuilding'

    White Sox executives say forget 'rebuilding'
    PHOENIX — White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams would like to put the kibosh on the word "rebuilding" in 2015. As dozens of baseball executives gathered Monday for the first day of the Major League Baseball general managers meetings...
  • Reports: Tigers re-sign Victor Martinez

    Reports: Tigers re-sign Victor Martinez
    The Detroit Tigers re-signed designated hitter Victor Martinez to a four-year contract extension, according to multiple reports. Martinez, who turns 36 on Dec. 23, is coming off a career season in which he led the American League in on-base percentage....
  • How will Victor Martinez's deal with Tigers affect Nelson Cruz's market?

    How will Victor Martinez's deal with Tigers affect Nelson Cruz's market?
    The first bombshell of the hot stove season dropped Wednesday when the Detroit Tigers backed up the truck to keep designated hitter Victor Martinez with a four-year deal that is reportedly worth $68 million. Martinez, who will turn 36 in December, was...
  • Orioles lose series-opener to Blue Jays, and shot at AL's best record

    Orioles lose series-opener to Blue Jays, and shot at AL's best record
    TORONTO — Earning home-field advantage throughout the postseason was the Orioles' final goal of the regular season, but since winning the American League East 10 days ago, their greater focus was positioning themselves for a deep postseason run....
  • While focus is on the field, Orioles can cash in on postseason bonuses

    While focus is on the field, Orioles can cash in on postseason bonuses
    Hall of Famer Jim Palmer knows exactly how much his bonus was for helping pitch the Orioles to a four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1966 World Series. To the penny. "It was $11,683.40," Palmer recalled last week. "It doesn't seem like a...