Latinos are among the finalists for awards of the Major League season

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    Sandy Alcántara.

The names of the Dominican Sandy Alcántara, the Mexican Julio Urías and the Cuban Yordan Álvarez, are among the three finalists for each of the awards of the season of Great 2022 Leagues, announced this Monday by MLB.

The other Latinos who are among the three finalists for each of the distinctions that MLB awards to the best players of the season are the Dominicans Manny Machado and Julio Rodríguez.

LATINOS FIGHT FOR CY YOUNG IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE

The Dominican Alcántara, of the Miami Marlins and the Mexican Urías, of the Los Angeles Dodgers, were two of the dominant pitchers of the season and for this reason they will compete for the award that distinguishes the best pitcher of the National League, along with left-hander Max Fried of the Atlanta Braves.

Sandy, who went 14-9 with a 2.28 earned run percentage, led the league. the most in innings pitched (228) and complete games (6), these statistics being part of his presentation sheet.

July finished with a record of 17-7, while leading He moved up the old circuit in ERA (2.16), playing a leading role in the Dodgers' rotation in the absence of Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw missing for much of the season.

Fried, at 14-7 with a 2.48 ERA and 170 strikeouts, was the workhorse of the Braves' rotation.

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If it is about carrying a team, the Dominican Manny Machado was the soul and body that moved the team. He took on the San Diego Padres in the just-ended MLB season, making him an MVP candidate.

In the tough NL West, Machado batted for an average of .298 with 32 home runs and 102 runs, being the top producer of the Padres, whom he led & oacute; until the postseason.

The Dominican has tough competition in St. Louis Cardinals members Paul Goldschmidt (317, with 35 homers and 115 RBIs) and Nolan Arenado (.293 with 30 homers and 103 RBIs), who also hit hard. the pitching of the Major Leagues.

ÁLVAREZ GOES FOR MVP IN THE AFC

World Series champion outfielder Yordan Álvarez is one of three finalists for the Most Valuable Player award on the minor circuit.

Álvarez was the main man in the attack for the Houston Astros, hitting a .306 average with 37 home runs and 97 RBIs.

The star left-handed hitter is facing the AL single-season home run leader, Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge (.311-62-131) and reigning MVP, the phenom Japanese Angels player Shohei Ohtani, who once again shone brightly. as a hitter (.273-34-95) and as a pitcher (15-9 with a 2.33 ERA).

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Latin America He named Julio Rodríguez as his only candidate for the Rookie of the Year award, in his case in the American League.

Rodríguez was a vital piece in the classification of the Mariners from Seattle to the postseason, his first time in more than 20 years.

The rookie player hit 1. for an average of .284 with 28 home runs, 75 RBIs and 25 stolen bases.

Rodriguez is up against Cleveland Guardians outfielder Steven Kwan (.298 with six home runs and 52 RBIs) and Baltimore Orioles catcher Adley Rutschman (.254 with 13 homers and 42 RBIs). ),

THE OTHER AWARDS AND FINALISTS

American League Manager of the Year

Terry Francona (Cleveland Guardians)

Brandon Hyde (Baltimore Orioles)

Scott Servais (Seattle Mariners)

National League Manager of the Year

Dave Roberts (Los Angeles Dodgers) ;ngeles)

Brian Snitker (Atlanta Braves)

Buck Showalter (New York Metros)

Cy Young American League

Dylan Cease, (Chicago White Sox)

Alek Manoah (Toronto Blue Jays)

Justin Verlander (Houston Astros)

League Rookie of the Year National

Brendan Donovan (St. Louis Cardinals)

Michael Harris II (Atlanta Braves)

Spencer Strider (Atlanta Braves).

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