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MLB announces 2013 finalists for MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year awards

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The BBWAA has revealed the top three vote-getters for each of its coveted regular-season awards.


The 2013 finalists for Major League Baseball and the BBWAA's biggest regular season awards -- Most Valuable Player, Cy Young, and Rookie of the Year -- have been announced. Manager of the Year finalists were also released.

Marquee names like Miguel Cabrera and Clayton Kershaw headline the list, but there's also a surprise or two among the finalists. A Mariners right-hander has made the top three for the AL Cy Young award, but it's not the one you'd expect. There's also a St. Louis Cardinal among the NL MVP finalists, but it's not Matt Carpenter.

The winners of each award will be announced on MLB Network one-by-one next week, starting with Rookie of the Year on Monday, Nov. 11. Managers of the Year will be announced on Nov. 12, followed by Cy Young winners on Nov. 13 and MVPs on Nov. 14

Here's the full list:


American League
Miguel Cabrera, 3B - Tigers
Mike Trout, OF - Angels
Chris Davis, 1B - Orioles

National League
Paul Goldschmidt, 1B - Diamondbacks
Andrew McCutchen, OF - Pirates
Yadier Molina, C - Cardinals

Cy Young

Yu Darvish, SP - Rangers
Hisashi Iwakuma, SP - Mariners
Max Scherzer, SP - Tigers

Jose Fernandez, SP - Marlins
Clayton Kershaw, SP - Dodgers
Adam Wainwright, SP - Cardinals

Rookie of the Year

Chris Archer, SP - Rays
Jose Iglesias, SS - Tigers
Wil Myers, OF - Rays

Jose Fernandez, SP - Marlins
Shelby Miller, SP - Cardinals
Yasiel Puig, OF - Dodgers

Manager of the Year

John Farrell - Red Sox
Terry Francona - Indians
Bob Melvin - Athletics

Fredi Gonzalez - Braves
Clint Hurdle - Pirates
Don Mattingly - Dodgers

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