The Astros, coming off their first World Series title in history, received multiple awards at the inaugural Houston Sports Awards.
The Indians did not achieve the moment they really wanted last year, but the team did make history on multiple fronts and was appropriately honored on Wednesday night.
Hall of Famers as well as the unsung heroes of the baseball community turned out Saturday night for the 15th annual Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation Awards Dinner.
After building the Astros into World Series champions, general manager Jeff Luhnow has been named the Houston Sports Awards’ Executive of the Year.
Caption Close A day after Jose Altuve was named American League Most Valuable Player, several other Astros collected awards during the Esurance MLB Awards Show on Friday night on the MLB Network. Altuve was named the Best Major Leaguer, A.J. Hinch the Best Manager, Jeff Luhnow the Best Executive and
With the completion of the Esurance MLB awards on Friday night came the completion of the MLB award season. You probably didn't watch. It's probably a majority opinion to not have more than a passing interest in any of the awards handed out this week. If anything, it's a little bit of methadone
We were expecting drama in this year’s Major League Baseball MVP awards and we got it: Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton won the NL award by just two points, the third-closest race of all time, and Jose Altuve, the Houston Astros dynamo, beat out Aaron Judge for the AL award. Stanton received 10 of the […]
Nolan Arenado was the big winner for the Rockies on Friday night as he captured a pair of Esurance MLB Awards while teammate Chad Bettis also took home one.
The grand finale of awards season culminated on Friday with the big reveal of this year’s Esurance MLB Awards winners. The Astros swept through myriad categories as the most nominated team in baseball. They also won the most awards, topping all 29 other clubs with seven.
When Sean Rodriguez hit a walk-off homer in his return to Pittsburgh following a stint in Atlanta, Pirates radio announcer Greg Brown capped the scene with an emphatic call: “Serpico is back!”
After inadvertently spilling a Cardinals fan’s nachos when he flew into the stands while trying to catch a foul ball, Addison Russell made it up to the man by bringing him another tray of the cheesy snack and joining in on a selfie.
Stanton edged out Joey Votto by a slim margin