Dallas Keuchel, Carlos Correa honored by BBWAA | MLB.com
HOUSTON -- Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel was named the team's Most Valuable Player and Pitcher of the Year for 2015 on Wednesday in voting by the Houston chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Keuchel is the first pitcher to win team MVP since reliever Doug Jones in 1992. Shortstop Carlos Correa was named Astros Rookie of the Year, catcher Hank Conger won the Darryl Kile Good Guy Award and executive advisor Nolan Ryan was named the winner of the Fred Hartman Long and Meritorious Service Award. D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt was named the Houston-area Player of the Year.
Astros Carlos Correa covers World Series | astros.com
KANSAS CITY -- It's been quite a year for Houston rookie shortstop Carlos Correa, and the experiences keep coming for the rising star. Correa, one of the front-runners for the American League Rookie of the Year Award, is serving as a special correspondent for MLB.com for the first four games of the 2015 World Series. He expects to return home to Ponce, Puerto Rico, after Game 4 in New York.
A.J. Hinch second in Sporting News AL manager of year voting - Ultimate Astros
Astros manager A.J. Hinch finished second to Paul Molitor of the Twins in the Sporting News manager of the year awards.
Carlos Gomez and his indirect role in Mets’ World Series run - Ultimate Astros
Four Mets appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live as part of the lead-up to the World Series, including Wilmer Flores, the infielder whom the Mets nearly dealt to the Brewers on July 29 for Carlos Gomez.
Royals vs. Mets 2015 results: 3 reasons New York breathed life back into World Series - SBNation.com
The New York Mets offense came alive to back starter Noah Syndergaard in a 9-3 win over the Kansas City Royals in Game 3 of the World Series on Friday night at Citi Field in New York.
The Blue Jays and Alex Anthopoulos divorce actually makes a lot of sense - SBNation.com
Who would want a shakeup after a season the Blue Jays just had? The Blue Jays, maybe.
20-year-old Raul Mondesi just made his MLB debut ... IN THE WORLD SERIES - SBNation.com
20 years old and making the jump from Double-A to the World Series. No pressure.