Taj Bradley named top starting pitcher in MiLB.
Colby White named top reliever in MiLB.
The Bulls were of course named best team in MiLB. And maybe one of the best ever. You almost wonder if they could have competed in the majors without embarrassing themselves.
Southeast Division crown— Durham Bulls (@DurhamBulls) November 9, 2021
Triple-A East title
Triple-A National champs
Final Stretch winners @MiLB's Best Team
The accolades just keep coming as we've been named the Best Team in MiLB for 2021!
Nelly wins an Old Glove award!
Tired: Gold Gloves— Céspedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ) November 9, 2021
Wired: OLD GLOVES pic.twitter.com/atNRrX2u7v
Erik Neander finishes second in Executive of the Year voting.
Randy and Wander are both ROY finalists, and Cash is a MOY finalist.
AL Rookie of the Year finalists:— B/R Walk-Off (@BRWalkoff) November 8, 2021
- Randy Arozarena
- Luis Garcia
- Wander Franco pic.twitter.com/29ZqjfEdAp
AL Manager of the Year finalists:— B/R Walk-Off (@BRWalkoff) November 8, 2021
- Dusty Baker
- Kevin Cash
- Scott Servais pic.twitter.com/I0D9vMn0gW
Wendle up for Heart and Hustle award. Because of course he is. Get your votes in!
Craig Goldstein with a good piece on the superimposed strike zone now omnipresent on every broadcast.
the superimposed strike zone on every broadcast has turned people who watch baseball into frothing psychos who scream about idiot umpires for a pitch a quarter of an eighth of an inch off the made up box on their screen.— Craig Goldstein (@cdgoldstein) November 9, 2021
it needs to go.https://t.co/uXiYgcUg7L
Lastly, Dylan is my spirit animal.