Rangers' Banister beats Astros' Hinch for AL managerial award - Houston Chronicle
The Astros-Rangers rivalry extended to awards season Tuesday night when Astros manager A.J. Hinch finished second in the American League Manager of the Year race to Texas' Jeff Banister.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch finishes second in AL Manager of the Year voting | Sports - Home
Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch finished second in voting for American League Manager of the Year voting. Rangers manager Jeff Banister won the award.
Carolos Correa Wins AL Rookie of the Year | Houston Press
For Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, the clock really began ticking on his tenure as architect for the next era of Astros baseball with the f...
Rangers' Jeff Banister earns AL Manager of the Year
Jeff Banister, who led the Texas Rangers to the American League West crown in his first year at the helm, was named Tuesday the American League Manager of the Year.
New York Mets' Terry Collins third in NL Manager of Year voting - Mets Blog - ESPN
Terry Collins finished third, behind the Cubs' Joe Maddon and the Cardinals' Mike Matheny, in NL Manager of the Year voting.
The greatest Rookie of the Year tandems in MLB history - SBNation.com
Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa look like burgeoning superstars with the potential to be all-time greats. How do they stack up against the greatest Rookie of the Year combos in history?
Jeff Banister wins 2015 American League Manager of the Year - SBNation.com
Jeff Banister of the Texas Rangers was named 2015 American League Manager of the Year on Tuesday, as voted by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
NL Manager of the Year award goes to the Cubs' Joe Maddon - SBNation.com
Joe Madden was named the 2015 National League Manager of the Year, as announced by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Report: David Ortiz to retire at end of 2016 - Over the Monster
The time has come. According to Ken Rosenthal, David Ortiz is set to retire after the 2016 seaosn.
2015 MLB rookies of the year are both deserving winners - SBNation.com
Tuesday's Say Hey, Baseball talks about how both Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa absolutely deserve their Rookie of the Year nods. Plus, the Mariners made another trade, and Aubrey Huff is back (sort of)!