BBWAA to announce award finalists Tuesday at 8 pm ET

H.Darr Beiser-USA TODAY

The association votes for the MVP, Cy young, and Rookies and Managers of the Year awards.

The Baseball Writers Association of America will reveal the finalists for all their awards Tuesday at 6:00 pm ET on the MLB Network, the organization announced.

The BBWAA will announce three finalists for each league's Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, Cy Young award, and MVP award. Greg Amsinger, Harold Reynolds and Bill Rikpen will host the program Tuesday night.

Two writers from each city receive a vote for each award, with ballots being submitted prior to the offseason. Among those expected to be named finalists for awards are Chris Davis, Miguel Cabrera, Mike Trout, Max Scherzer, Clayton Kershaw, Andrew McCutchen and Yasiel Puig.

Here is the schedule for when the BBWAA will announce the award winners:

Monday, Nov. 11: AL and NL Rookies of the Year
Tuesday, Nov. 12: AL & NL Managers of the Year
Wednesday, Nov. 13: AL & NL Cy Young awards
Thursday, Nov. 14: AL & NL MVP awards

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