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One is a 5-foot-6 hit machine. The other a giant slugger in pinstripes. Together, Aaron Judge and Jose Altuve provided a season that we won't forget.
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Voting could be close for both Cy Young awards and the NL MVP, but Aaron Judge's case for AL MVP over Jose Altuve could be the toughest choice of all.
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Whether Boston's rookie skipper can manage a big-league club remains to be seen. But Boston will happily welcome his readiness to turn the page.
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The man dubbed Japan’s ‘Babe Ruth’ leads a list that includes a handful of front-of-the-rotation starters and a solid group of high-leverage relievers.
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Outfielder Justin Upton is staying with the Los Angeles Angels, agreeing to a new five-year, $106 million contract. The Angels announced the deal Thursday with Upton, their late-season trade acquisition.
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The Astros finished 2017 on top with the first World Series title in franchise history. Will they open the offseason in the same place? Where do the Dodgers and Indians check in?
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With Carlos Correa, George Springer and Jose Altuve in their primes and more talent on the way, the rest of MLB could be chasing Houston for years.
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Carlos Correa went from World Series champion to newly engaged in a matter of minutes Wednesday night, as Houston's star shortstop proposed to his girlfriend on the Dodger Stadium field as the Astros celebrated their Game 7 victory.