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Mike Trout Wins Third AL MVP




Mike Trout should be the MVP every year, as there is no doubt he is the best player in baseball.

Coming into this season, Trout had won two MVP’s and finished as the runner-up three times, with his only other full season ending in a top-5 finish in the MVP race.

Trout’s greatness sometimes goes unrecognized by voters, as they try to honor other players when they have a career year. This time however, the voters got it right and rewarded Trout with his third MVP.

Trout was second in the American League in home runs and ninth in RBIs, despite being hurt at the end of the season and playing just 134 games.

You can make the argument that Trout is already a Hall of Famer, after winning his third MVP and putting together an historic eight-year stretch.

Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman and Oakland Athletics shortstop Marcus Semien were the other two finalists for MVP, finishing second and third respectively.

Bregman fell just 20 points shy of Trout in the MVP voting, after finishing fifth in the MVP voting last season.

This year, Bregman set career-highs with 41 home runs and 112 RBIs, while leading the American League with 119 walks.

Unfortunately for Bregman, Mike Trout was simply better and will likely continue to dominant the MVP voting in the American League for a very long time.


Brett Gardner Returning to the New York Yankees on a One-Year Deal




Brett Gardner entered free agency this year as the New York Yankees longest-tenured player and it appears his streak of playing in the Bronx is set to continue for at least another season.

The Yankees have signed Gardner to a one-year contract with an option for a second season, bringing him back for his 13th season in pinstripes.

Gardner, 36, is one of the biggest leaders on the Yankees, having a decade of experience playing in the winning culture that they have fostered.

Last year marked the seventh-straight season for Gardner appearing in at least 140 games and he put together yet another solid campaign.

The left-handed outfielder hit .251/.325/.503, setting new career-highs with 28 home runs and 74 RBIs.

With Aaron Hicks currently recovering from elbow surgery, the Yankees needed to add some depth in center field and Gardner certainly fits that bill.

The Yankees are simply putting the finishing touches to their roster at this point, after the landmark signing of Gerrit Cole made them one of the early favorites to win it all next year.

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Los Angeles Angels Sign Anthony Rendon to Seven-Year, $245 Million Contract




Mike Trout is going to get some help in the middle of the lineup next year, as the Los Angeles Angels have come to terms with All-Star Anthony Rendon.

Rendon was the biggest bat on the free agent market and he now signs with the Angels on a hefty seven-year, $245 million contract.

Rendon is coming off a career-year, which ended with him winning his first World Series title with the Washington Nationals.

In the playoffs, Rendon hit .345 across the three series’, proving to be a clutch bat whenever the Nationals needed a big hit. That included eight RBIs in the World Series, as Washington beat the Houston Astros in seven games.

Rendon is really hitting free agency at the perfect time, as his numbers were up their with the best hitters in baseball in 2019.

The 29-year-old hit .319/.412/.598, with 34 home runs, 126 RBIs and 117 runs scored. Rendon led the league in RBIs and also in double with 44.

It was the first All-Star season of Rendon’s career and his second season winning the Silver Slugger Award at third base.

Rendon has spent his entire career with the Nationals, after being drafted by the team in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft.

Across parts of seven seasons in Washington, Rendon was a .290 hitter and had 136 home runs, 245 doubles and 546 RBIs.

The Angels got a lot better with this signing, as they now feature two premier talents to build their lineup around in Rendon and their incumbent superstar, Mike Trout.

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Five-Time All-Star Adam Jones Heading to Japan on a Two-Year Deal




Adam Jones has been one of the best players in the MLB for over a decade, as the 14-year veteran has enjoyed an incredible career.

Jones’ career resume includes five All-Star appearances, four Gold Gloves and a Silver Slugger. He was also part of the U.S.A. team that won the World Baseball Classic in 2017.

Now the great American-born player is taking his talents overseas, as Jones has announced that he will be signing a two-year contract to finish his career playing baseball in Japan.

Jones, 34, was a long-time Baltimore Oriole, spending 11 seasons as their starting center fielder.

Throughout his Orioles career, Jones hit .279, with 263 home runs, 305 doubles, 866 RBIs and 875 runs scored.

Jones spent last season with the Arizona Diamondbacks and still produced solid numbers with 16 home runs and 67 RBIs in 137 games played.

Now Jones will transition away from his MLB career and instead begin a new career as a star player in Japan.

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Well it’s that time in my career and life my family and I had to make a HUGE decision, and so that is what we have done!!! MLB has been amazing to myself and my family. We had an incredible run from the day I signed in 2003 to my final AB last year. It’s been the greatest 12 years and 139 days a person could ask for! The game has provided me an incredible living and has borne many fruits and hardware throughout the years . A lot to be proud of, that’s for sure . It’s now time to move on to my next chapter in life and say farewell to MLB and hello to NPB. That’s right, there is a team over in Japan (Orix Buffalos) that views me as a valuable piece to help bring their organization back on track and I’m up for the challenge!! They have expressed to my family and I that they value everything I bring to the game, and have proven that by offering me a 2 year guaranteed deal with a chance to play a 3rd year and beyond. My family and I are very, very excited about this new chapter in our lives, and rest assured we are going to embrace the shit out of it. I will miss all my peers, colleagues, and most importantly the Fans in the MLB but our paths will cross again I’m sure, in some type of capacity . You all be good and play nice over there especially with the CBA coming to an end. There is enough to go around, just work it out!! I’m out for now. AJ10……P.S. I can’t wait to eat that amazing Kobe beef!!

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Hopefully Jones enjoys a great few years in Japan and can finish his playing career on his own terms.

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