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Awards season begins this week

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Nov 07, 2010 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

ALCS Yankees Rangers BaseballTuesday, Nov. 9
AL Gold Glove Awards

Wednesday, Nov. 10
NL Gold Glove Awards
Silver Slugger Awards

Monday, Nov. 15
AL and NL Rookie of the Year

Tuesday, Nov. 16
NL Cy Young

Wednesday, Nov. 17
AL and NL Manager of the Year

Thursday, Nov. 18
AL Cy Young

Monday, Nov. 22
NL Most Valuable Player

Tuesday, Nov. 23
AL Most Valuable Player

Other dates to remember

Yankees Wrapup BaseballNov. 16-17
General Managers Meetings
Orlando, Fla.
In the past, the GM Meetings have been light on news and heavy on weak speculation, but this year teams can actually sign free agents at this point, so some actual news might come out of Orlando.

Nov. 17-18
Owners Meetings
Orlando, Fla.

Nov. 23
Last day for teams to offer salary arbitration to free agents in order to get draft-pick compensation.
Probably has no impact on the Yankees.

Nov. 30
Last day for free agents to accept arbitration offers.

Dec. 2
Last day for teams to tender 2011 contracts to players under reserve.
I would guess that Sergio Mitre is the Yankees top non-tender candidate, largely because they can get the same swing-man role out of Dustin Moseley for less money. Then again, Moseley could be non-tendered as well.

Dec. 6-9
Winter Meetings
Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
No team made more noise at last year’s Winter Meetings than the Yankees: They traded away Brian Bruney, traded for Curtis Granderson, re-signed Andy Pettitte and got the rights to Jamie Hoffmann in the Rule 5.

Associated Press photos of Robinson Cano and Brian Cashman

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