Manager: Joe Lalley
|Past Champions (SIM)||Yr||Team||Record|
|30||New York Mets||99-63|
|29||Chicago White Sox||91-71|
|20||Mexico City Red Devils||94-68|
|19||Las Vegas Outlaws||98-64|
|17||Los Angeles Dodgers||91-71|
|16||Canada Blue Jays||91-71|
|15||Boston Red Sox||105-57|
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|Jim Thome Awards|
A season for the ages earned Seattle's second baseman Andy Compton the American League Jim Thome Award this year. Compton has hit 46 homeruns this year while batting .332. He adds 52 doubles, along with 146 runs scored. He's 8th in the American League in batting, 1st in homeruns and 1st in RBI! Compton wins the award for the 2nd time in his 7-year career.
(2B) New York Mets
It was a day to remember for New York (N)'s Eduardo Zamora, who won the National League Jim Thome Award today. It put the finishing touches on what has been a tremendous season for the slugger. He has hit 47 longballs while batting .374 this season. His 224 hits and 67 walks add up to a .442 on-base percentage. He's 1st in the National League in batting, 6th in homeruns and 1st in RBI! Zamora wins the award for the 3rd time in his 5-year career.
|Cy Young Awards|
(SP) Chicago Whitesox
Chicago (A)'s lefty Joey Flores was untouchable all year long. His work paid off today as the American League named him the Cy Young Award winner! His ERA of 2.28 helped him to a 26-4 record this year. He struck out 223 and walked 31 in 268 innings. Joey has pitched 2 shutouts and 3 complete games. He's 1st in the American League in ERA and 1st in wins! Flores wins the award for the 3rd time in his 7-year career.
(SP) Chicago Cubs
All the hard work finally paid off for Chicago
(N)'s Reid Daves as well. The
southpaw was named the Cy Young Award winner in the
National League today. His ERA of 2.68 helped him to
a 19-8 record this year. He struck out 164 and walked
88 in 215 innings. He's 4th in the National League
in ERA and 2nd in wins!
|Rookie of the Year Awards|
(LF) Milwaukee Brewers
Ali Hepp will never forget his first full season. The American League was convinced that Milwaukee's leftfielder, 26 years old, should be the Rookie of the Year winner of 2031. Hepp has hit 20 taters this year while batting .299. He adds 35 doubles, along with 97 runs scored.
(3B) Cincinnati Reds
The National League Rookie of the Year winner was announced today as well, with Cincinnati's third baseman Timothy Ware earning the trophy for putting up the best numbers among rookies in his league. Timothy is hitting .292 this year, with 171 hits in 586 at bats. He has driven in 56 runs, slugging .408.