Aaron Judge wins AL Rookie of the Year Award
Aaron Judge wins AL Rookie of the Year Award

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Just as the fans did all year long at Yankee Stadium, the voters were prepared to ?All Rise.? The verdict is in, and it was unanimous: Aaron Judge has been named the 2017 winner of the American League's Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year Award. Named on all 30 ballots cast by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, the hulking 25-year-old outfielder became the 22nd unanimous Rookie of the Year in Major League history, coming off a season in which Judge shattered

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Roy Halladay dies in plane crash
TORONTO -- The baseball community has lost one of its all-time greats far too soon. Longtime Blue Jays star and potential Hall of Famer Roy Halladay passed away at the age of 40 following a tragic plane crash in Central Florida on Tuesday afternoon. According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, Halladay's ICON A5 light sport aircraft crashed into the Gulf of Mexico at approximately noon ET. Halladay was an avid pilot who frequently talked about his love of flying and recently posted images and
Roy Halladay, 40, dies in plane crash in Gulf of Mexico
Roy Halladay, an eight-time All-Star pitcher who retired from baseball in 2013, has died in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida. He was 40 years old.
Joe Girardi not returning as manager of New York Yankees
General manager Brian Cashman and the Yankees decided not to bring back manager Joe Girardi after his contract expired.
Gold Glove winners announced
Baseball has become a game where more and more, an integral part of the offense is a good defense. On Tuesday, the best fielders in the business were honored with the Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, the first in a series of honors that recognize defensive excellence in 2016.
Roy Halladay, retired MLB star, dead at 40 after plane crash
Two-time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay was killed when his private plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday.
Astros beat Yankees in Game 7, win AL pennant
HOUSTON -- The deafening roars began on the first pitch thrown by Charlie Morton in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series, and they didn't stop. Solo homers by Evan Gattis in the fourth inning and Jose Altuve in the fifth rocked Minute Maid Park, and a two-run double by Brian McCann later in the fifth sent the ballpark into a frenzy. ?