After leading the New York Mets to a 101-61 season, Major League Baseball announced Monday that Buck Showalter is a finalist for the National League Manager of the Year Award.
Showalter joins Dodgers’ Dave Roberts and Braves’ Brian Snitker as the three NL finalists for the manager of the year honor.
Showalter, 66, has previously won this award three times in the past for three separate teams: New York Yankees (1994), Texas Rangers (2004), and Baltimore Orioles (2014).
The Manager of the Year Award will be announced on Tuesday, November 15, at 6 p.m.
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