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Diamondbacks' Torey Lovullo wins NL Manager of Year

15 Novembre 2017

Diamondbacks skipper Torey Lovullo won the National League Manager of the Year Award.

Lovullo, who is the seventh manager to win the award in his first season as a manager, guided the Diamondbacks to a 93-69 season-a 24-win improvement from 2016.

Under Molitor and Lovullo, the Twins made their first postseason since 2010, and the D-backs made their first playoffs since '11. Roberts was one of five managers to receive first-place votes this year - Lovullo (18 first-place votes), Roberts (five), Black (three), Milwaukee's Craig Counsell (three) and Washington's Dusty Baker (one).

How's that for a rookie campaign? The Diamondbacks would fall to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round, but the team did a complete 360 to its win total from the 2016 year. Kirk Gibson won it in 2011 and Bob Melvin won it in 2007.

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In the American League, Twins skipper Paul Molitor won the honor.

FILE - These are 2017 file photos showing Torey Lovullo, left, Bud Black, center and Dave Roberts. It was the first time a team had lost 100 games and then reached the playoffs in the very next season. The other: Frank Robinson, who was AL Manager of the Year for the Orioles in 1989.

Molitor received 18 first-place votes, six second-place votes, and four third-place votes. The AL favorites are Minnesota's Paul Molitor, Cleveland's Terry Francona, and Houston's A.J. Hinch. Third-place finisher A.J. Hinch of the Astros had one first-place vote, 13 second-place votes, and 12 third-place votes. New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi finished in fourth place in his final season with the ballclub.

Molitor won the honor Tuesday in voting by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

Diamondbacks' Torey Lovullo wins NL Manager of Year