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9:20 PM ET, November 16, 2022

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Jeff Fletcher / BBWAA:
Marlins' Sandy Alcantara rolls to unanimous victory in Cy Young race  —  Marlins' right-hander Sandy Alcantara won the National League Cy Young Award unanimously, the 15th time a pitcher in the NL has swept the voting.  —  Alcantara joins a list featuring Sandy Koufax three times (1963 …
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Jeff Fletcher / BBWAA:
Astros' Justin Verlander wins his third AL Cy Young  —  Astros' right-hander Justin Verlander was a unanimous selection for the American League Cy Young Award, making him the 11th pitcher to win the award at least three times.  —  Roger Clemens holds the record with seven (six in the American League, one in the National League).
Jeff Fletcher / BBWAA:
Mets' Buck Showalter wins Manager of the Year for the fourth time, with four different teams  —  Mets' manager Buck Showalter won the National League Manager of the Year, the first time he'd won in the NL after winning three times in the American League.  —  His previous victories were in 1994 …
Jeff Passan / ESPN:
Inside the champion Astros' behind-the-scenes turmoil  —  In the six days between the Houston Astros winning a World Series and getting rid of their general manager, members of the organization, from players to coaching staff to front office, called one another trying to piece together what was happening.
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Brian McTaggart / MLB.com:
Astros' owner: GM search could last into '23  —  HOUSTON — Astros owner Jim Crane is putting together a preliminary list of candidates to become the club's next general manager, but he doesn't expect the position to be filled before the start of the new year.
Jon Heyman / New York Post:
Yankees could make star shortstop their Aaron Judge backup plan  —  While the Yankees are said to feel somewhat better about their chances to re-sign top target Aaron Judge, there are no guarantees in free agency and they are staying busy on multiple fronts.
U.S. Department of Justice:
Former MLB Player Agrees to Plead Guilty to Felony Charge for Lying to Federal Agents Investigating Illegal Gambling Operation  —  LOS ANGELES - A former Major League Baseball (MLB) player has agreed to plead guilty to a federal charge for lying to federal law enforcement officials about bets …
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Associated Press:
Agent says ex-MLB star Yasiel Puig felt ‘rushed’ at probe with feds  —  NEW YORK — Former major league outfielder Yasiel Puig did not have a criminal attorney with him and felt compromised partly because of his mental health at an interview with federal agents investigating an illegal gambling operation …
Ken Rosenthal / The Athletic:
What I'm hearing about MLB free agency with Justin Verlander, Anthony Rizzo and more  —  What I'm hearing:  —  • The market for free-agent starting pitchers is quite active, and the early asks from the three biggest names — Jacob deGrom, Justin Verlander and Carlos Rodón— are, to no one's surprise, quite high.
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David Schoenfield / ESPN:
Braves' Michael Harris II edges teammate Spencer Strider for NL ROY  —  The Atlanta Braves believed Michael Harris II had the ability to at least hold his own in the majors after impressing the front office and coaching staff in spring training in both 2021 and '22.
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Jeff Fletcher / BBWAA:
Braves outfielder Michael Harris II wins battle of teammates for NL Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year
Associated Press:
Owner: Royals considering several sites for new stadium  —  KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Royals have selected several potential sites to build a replacement for aging Kauffman Stadium, owner John Sherman said Tuesday.  —  In a letter to fans posted on social media, Sherman said the sites …
New York Times:
New York City Reaches Deal to Build Soccer Stadium in Queens  —  The New York City Football Club will pay roughly $780 million to build the stadium in Willets Point in Queens as part of a project that will include housing and a hotel.  —  New York City officials have reached an agreement …
Alden Gonzalez / ESPN:
Sources: Angels, LHP Tyler Anderson agree to 3-year deal  —  MLB, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers  —  The Los Angeles Angels, once again in need of a starting pitcher to slot near the top of their rotation, have agreed to a three-year contract with Tyler Anderson, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
 
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