You make the call: Who's winning Rookie of the Year, MVP, Manager of the Year and Cy Young?
With 2018 in the rearview mirror and the Red Sox having picked up their fourth World Series title in 15 years, it's time to make some tough calls.
Throughout the season, we were treated on a nightly basis to some seriously incredible feats on the diamond -- whether by players themselves or by managers in the dugouts. Rookies impressed, standout starting pitchers dazzled, and so on ... but who did it the best?
On Monday, the BBWAA announced the official list of finalists for its prestigious offseason award: American League and National League Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year, AL and NL Manager of the Year, AL and NL Cy Young and AL and NL MVP. It's going to be a tough call for some of these races, so who would you cast a vote for?
NL Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year (Winner revealed Nov. 12)
AL Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year (Winner revealed Nov. 12)
A battle between Yankee phenoms
NL Manager of the Year (Winner revealed Nov. 13)
Bud Black's Rockies won the Wild Card Game at Wrigley Field, Brian Snitker's Braves won the NL East and Craig Counsell's Brewers came one game shy of a trip to the World Series.
AL Manager of the Year (Winner revealed Nov. 13)
Kevin Cash of the Rays and the A's Bob Melvin managed their respective clubs to contention in '18, catching many by surprise, while first-year Red Sox skipper Alex Cora won the World Series. Strong resumes all around ...
NL Cy Young (Winner revealed Nov. 14)
Few pitchers were as dominant as the Mets'
AL Cy Young (Winner revealed Nov. 14)
Two grizzled veterans and an upstart young lefty face off, with the Indians'
NL MVP (Winner revealed Nov. 15)
Few surprises with this one, as
AL MVP (Winner revealed Nov. 15)
Another heavyweight battle here, with Boston's