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  • Stanton tops Votto in narrow race for NL MVP Award

    Giancarlo Stanton

    Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton elevated his game in 2017, and now he stands alone atop the National League.

  • Altuve named American League MVP

    Jose Altuve

    A banner year in which the Astros won their first World Series and saw former National League Most Valuable Player Jeff Bagwell inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame was taken to greater heights Thursday, when second baseman Jose Altuve was named American League MVP.

  • Scherzer wins NL Cy Young Award for second straight year

    Max Scherzer

    Scherzer won the award for the second year in a row, capturing his third career Cy Young, putting him in an exclusive group with some of the all-time greats. The Nationals right-hander is one of 10 pitchers to win three Cy Youngs.

  • Kluber wins second AL Cy Young Award

    Corey Kluber

    Indians right-hander Corey Kluber barely flinched when it was revealed that he won the American League Cy Young Award on Wednesday night.

  • A's send slugger Healy to Mariners

    Ryon Healy

    Jerry Dipoto made a habit of moving quickly to fill his offseason wish list during his first two years with Seattle, and the Mariners' general manager is it again, acquiring young first baseman Ryon Healy from the A's on Wednesday in exchange for right-handed reliever Emilio Pagan and Minor League infielder Alexander Campos.

  • Bradley likely to remain in bullpen next season

    Archie Bradley

    After plenty of internal debate and discussion, it appears that D-backs right-hander Archie Bradley's role for 2018 is coming into focus.

  • Torres has chance to crack Opening Day roster

    Gleyber Torres

    Gleyber Torres is among several Yankees prospects who could comprise the next wave of "Baby Bombers" at the big league level, as general manager Brian Cashman said that the No. 1 overall prospect according to MLBPipeline.com will have a legitimate chance to crack the Opening Day roster in 2018.

  • Dodgers jump into Stanton sweepstakes

    Giancarlo Stanton

    The Giancarlo Stanton sweepstakes took another turn Tuesday as a new contender emerged on Day 2 of the General Managers Meetings.

  • Rockies hope to bring back Lucroy

    Jonathan Lucroy

    Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich said he has been in contact with free-agent catcher Jonathan Lucroy in an effort to re-sign him, and the team is also kicking around options at first base.

  • Sano undergoes surgery on left leg

    Miguel Sano

    Twins third baseman Miguel Sano had successful surgery performed on his left leg Monday morning in New York, according to a tweet by Dustin Morse, Twins senior director, communications.