American League Manager of the Year— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) November 10, 2020
Tito Francona had some fun presenting.
DONNIE BASEBALL: MOTY.— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) November 10, 2020
So illustrius, they named the WHOLE sport after him. pic.twitter.com/PQXYNIgVix
UNANIMOUS Rookie of the Year.— MLB (@MLB) November 9, 2020
The future is bright in Seattle. pic.twitter.com/BbiicaY6py
They were the first black players to sweep the awards since 1984.
Representation matters.— MLB (@MLB) November 10, 2020
Devin Williams and Kyle Lewis are the first Black players to sweep the Rookie of the Year awards since 1984. pic.twitter.com/KYJlEsBu1b
Charlie Morton is drawing interest from eight to ten teams.
Steve Cohen was introduced as the new Mets owner, and it went very well.
Steve Cohen addresses Mets fans:— SNY (@SNYtv) November 10, 2020
"I don't just want to get into the playoffs, I want to win a championship." pic.twitter.com/8V9DqH0aIR
Did.....did we just get dumped via Twitter?! https://t.co/tV7iyVOwA3— Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) November 10, 2020
New Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa also did not have a good day, nor did the White Sox front office, when it was revealed that he picked up his second DUI charge (that we know of) just a day before he was hired.
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in February and charged with DUI a day before the team hired him, according to court records obtained by ESPN.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) November 10, 2020
News with @pinepaula and @MoynihanCharles: https://t.co/C1lHlik4Zl
it was further revealed that the arrest included a very special “do you know who I am” exchange.
ESPN obtained the full arrest report for Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa's DUI charge.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) November 10, 2020
"Do you see my ring?" La Russa said to the arresting officer. "I'm a Hall of Famer baseball person. I'm legit. I'm a Hall of Famer, brother."
News at ESPN: https://t.co/C1lHlik4Zl pic.twitter.com/GnqS5k7V9e
Ken Rosenthal wonders how long the White Sox can keep defending the hire.
Disgraced former Houston GM Jeff Luhnow is suing the Astros.