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MLB Awards 2017

MLB Awards 2017

MLB Awards 2017 Live Stream watch online, Major League Baseball  Awards 2017 Live stream. Paul Molitor wins 2017. Aaron Judge, Cody Bellinger unanimous Rookie of the Year winners. Molitor guided Minnesota to a wild-card berth in 2017.

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The 2017 Cy Young recipients are both repeat winners, with Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians claiming honors in the American League and Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals taking home his second straight National League trophy.

Kluber beat out AL finalists Chris Sale of the Boston Red Sox and Luis Severino of the New York Yankees by receiving 28 out of 30 first-place votes and 204 total points.

Scherzer came out ahead of Nationals teammate Stephen Strasburg and Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers with 27 first-place votes and 201 total points.

Here are full voting results from both the AL and NL, per the Baseball Writers’ Association of America:

Once again, Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer is the National League Cy Young award winner.

Major League Baseball and the Baseball Writers Association of America announced Wednesday that Scherzer won his second consecutive NL Cy Young and his third career Cy Young. He won the AL award while with the Tigers in 2013. Scherzer is one of only six pitchers to win the award in both leagues.

Overall this season, Scherzer led the Senior Circuit in strikeouts (268) and WHIP (0.90) while going 16-6 with a 2.51 ERA (177 ERA+) in 200 2/3 innings. His +7.3 WAR was second among all pitchers, trailing only Indians ace Corey Kluber. Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw finished second in the 2017 NL Cy Young vote while Scherzer’s teammate Stephen Strasburg finished third.

AL Cy Young Voting

1. Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians (204 points; 28 first-place votes)

2. Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox (126 points; two first-place votes)

3. Luis Severino, New York Yankees (73 points)

4. Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians (43 points)

5. Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers/Houston Astros (32 points)

NL Cy Young Voting

1. Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals (201 points; 27 first-place votes)

2. Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers (126 points; three first-place votes)

3. Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals (81 points)

4. Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks (52 points)

5. Kenley Jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers (22 points)

Diving into the numbers, even against stiff competition, it’s clear why Kluber and Scherzer were named the best pitcher in their respective league for the 2017 Major League Baseball season.

Starting with Kluber, who previously won the AL Cy Young in 2014, his season got off to a disastrous start. The Indians right-hander had a 5.06 ERA with more hits allowed (38) than innings pitched (37.1) after a May 2 outing against the Detroit Tigers.

Kluber was placed on the disabled list with a back injury on May 3. He returned on June 1, looking like a completely different pitcher. He was named AL Pitcher of the Month in June, August and September with a 1.62 ERA and 224 strikeouts in 166.1 innings over his final 23 starts.

“Once he gets comfortable and gets his legs under him in a season, man, he pitches at such a high level,” Indians manager Terry Francona told Jordan Bastian of

World Series 2017

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World SeriesGame 7 – Series tied 3-3

What: Game 7, 2017 World Series

Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

When: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017

Time: 8 p.m. Eastern

2017 World Series

LOS ANGELES — Given that the Astros took a 3-2 series lead into Tuesday night’s game at Dodger Stadium, they’re obviously disappointed to see the series advance to a seventh and deciding game. If you take a step back from the tangled mess that is the 2017 Fall Classic, however, you can say the Astros should feel rather fortunate that they’ve lasted this long. That’s because the bullpen — such a vital fulcrum in the contemporary postseason — has been a massive liability for the Astros in this World Series.

Game 6 did not offer the most acute example of Houston relief woes, although it still wasn’t good. Joe Musgrove, Luke Gregerson, and Francisco Liriano combined to allow one run on two hits in two innings with three strikeouts and a walk. That comes to a 4.50 ERA, which isn’t good. It is, however, a notable improvement, which says more about the recent past than it does the Houston bullpen’s performance in Game 6. Fathom, if you will, the Astros’ bullpen numbers through the first five games against the Dodgers:

Yep, coming in Tuesday night, they’d allowed 16 runs in 19 innings. If you knew that and nothing else coming into the World Series, you very likely would’ve predicted an L.A. sweep or five games at the most. Instead, we’re headed to seven, thanks mostly to the series-record-tying 14 home runs the Astros have hit. As for the pen, throw in the Game 6 crank by Joc Pederson off Musgrove in the seventh, and they’ve now given up six homers in 21 innings. That comes to 2.6 homers allowed per nine, and that’s exactly what you don’t want from guys tasked with pitching important bridge and late innings.

During the regular season, the bullpen outputs couldn’t have been more different. The Houston relief corps ranked fourth in the AL in runs per game, fourth in save percentage, and second in strikeouts as a percentage of batters faced. As well, they were one of just six bullpens in all of baseball to put up a cumulative WAR of more than 5.0. On an individual level, Will Harris, Chris Devenski, and Ken Giles were all very good to excellent during the regular season, and Musgrove was a shutdown guy since moving from the rotation to the bullpen in mid July.

The thing with relievers, though, is that they traffic in moments, in tiny samples, and the short run can be unduly kind or unduly cruel to them. For the Houston collective this World Series, it’s been very much the latter. What’s also notable is that the Astros’ terrible World Series bullpen numbers get even worse if you confine your focus to the team’s three core relievers. Through these six games, Musgrove, Devenski, and Giles have combined to allow 12 runs in 9 1/3 innings. Of the Dodgers’ 10 home runs in this World Series, half have come off those three relievers.

If there’s good news for the Astros’ bullpen and their recent homer proclivities, it’s that cooler temps and nightfall in the later innings mean that the ball won’t be as likely to take to wing in Dodger Stadium in Game 7. That’s a two-way dynamic, though, in that it also means that the Houston offense may have more trouble running into one.

MLB World Series 2017

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The Houston Astros levelled the MLB World Series with a dramatic fightback over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Allgame.

Coming from behind to win in the 11th inning, the Astros now head back to Houston level with the Dodgers at one game each in what is now a best-of-five series.

Played in front of a crowd of 54,293 at Dodger Stadium, game two will go down as a “classic” says ESPN. Eight home runs – a record for a World Series game – were scored during an “unbelievably exciting” match and it was George Springer’s two-run drive for the Astros in the 11th that made the difference.

Going into the 2017 MLB postseason, the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers both looked like shoo-ins for the World Series. While the Yankees ended up giving the Astros all they could handle in the ALCS, the most dangerous two teams will end up facing off in the 2017 World Series, starting on Tuesday night at 8:00 PM ET on Fox.

While the Dodgers have been to the Fall Classic several times in their long and storied history, tonight will mark their first appearance since 1988, when they defeated the Athletics four games to one. The Astros, on the other hand, have only made it to the World Series once, in 2005, where they were swept by the White Sox.

Game 1 of the 2017 World Series will take place in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night, with two of the most dominant pitchers of the season facing off against one another in a game that could set the tone for the rest of the series. Pitching for the Dodgers is ace Clayton Kershaw, who is looking to redeem himself from past postseason disasters and get a win at home tonight. Opposing him will be Astros lefty Dallas Keuchel, who won his first nine decisions of the regular season before missing nearly two months to injury.

Needless to say, there’s a lot on the line for both teams, both fan bases and both pitchers as the series kicks off on Tuesday night. If you have cable and want to watch on TV, just tune into Fox at 8:00 PM ET tonight. If you are looking for alternate options, virtually every live TV streaming service includes Fox in its lineup of channels. You’ll just have to make sure that the service you choose allows you to stream locally in your market.

Astros vs Dodgers

Astros vs Dodgers Live Stream Game Times, TV Guide for Astros vs. Dodgers 2017, The Dodgers have a storied history but are finally in the World Series again after 29 years. We have two exciting teams with superstar power. Here’s a quick preview:

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Game Schedule:

Game 1: Tues, 9/24 in LA
Game 2: Wed, 9/25 in LA
Game 3: Fri, 9/27 in Houston
Game 4: Sat, 9/28 in Houston
Game 5: Sun, 9/29 in Houston
Game 6: Tues, 9/31 in LA
Game 7: Wed, 10/1 in LA

Astros vs Dodgers

The Major League Baseball World Series commence on Tuesday, with the Houston Astros representing the American League and the Los Angeles Dodgers representing the National League.

Houston defeated the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS in four games and, most recently, the New York Yankees in a seven-game ALCS thriller. Facing elimination at home in Game 6, the Astros’ offense came alive and used superb pitching from starting pitcher Justin Verlander to force a seventh game. In Game 7 on Saturday, Houston once again shut down the high-powered Yankee offense behind starting pitchers Charlie Morton and Lance McCullers, Jr. The Astros will look to defeat the Dodgers and win the franchise’s first-ever World Series.

Los Angeles dominated their opponents on their way to the World Series, winning seven games while losing just one. In the NLDS against division-rival Arizona Diamondbacks, the Dodgers won all three games behind a consistent offense. Facing the defending champion Chicago Cubs in the NLCS, Los Angeles took an early 3-0 series lead before finishing the series off in Game 5 in Chicago. The Dodgers have not made the World Series since 1988, when they defeated the Oakland Athletics in five games.

The Los Angeles Dodgers will look to move within two wins of a championship when they host the Houston Astros in Game 2 of the World Series at Dodger Stadium in L.A. on Wednesday night.

Los Angeles benefited from a gem tossed by ace starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw in Game 1, and it will call upon Rich Hill to turn in a similar effort in Game 2, although he has a difficult opponent on his hands in the form of Justin Verlander.

Here is all the information you need to watch and enjoy Game 2 of the World Series, along with the latest comments from key figures in the series entering Game 2.