The 2019 American League Cy Young award was announced at the conclusion of the All-Star Game on Sunday.
The American League’s Cy Young awards were announced at an evening of awards and speeches in Arlington, Texas, and featured a panel of judges.
The award winners were:Jose Bautista: Rookie of the YearThe Toronto Blue Jays’ slugger led the American League with 31 home runs and hit .305 with 13 home runs in 31 games.
He was named AL Rookie of a Year, while his teammate Jose Bautistos name went unmentioned.
The other finalists were:Aaron Judge: Rookie in the second spot, second in home runs, third in RBIThe San Francisco Giants’ left fielder led the league with 37 home runs on the season and was named NL Rookie of tote.
He is the first Giants rookie to win the award.
Justin Upton: MVP of the American LeaguesMost players who win the American league’s MVP award tend to be on the team they were drafted on, but Upton was on the Giants’ 2015 team.
The 31-year-old slugger was named American League MVP, while hitting .303 with 11 home runs.
He finished second to Bryce Harper in batting average and second in slugging percentage.
He also tied for third in on-base percentage, fourth in RBI and fifth in total bases.
The AL winner will be announced on Sunday at 1:30 a.m.
PT on ESPN.
The NL winner will also be announced at 1 a.c.
The ALCS is the most prestigious postseason in baseball.
It is the second most-watched regular season of any sport in the world, according to Nielsen data.
The first American League championship game was in 1903, when the Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the Cleveland Indians 3-2 in the final game of the World Series.
In the World Baseball Classic, the ALCS and the World Championship Series will be held simultaneously, meaning the American and National League championships will be televised live.
The first American league championship game will be played on July 31 at Dodger Stadium, which is the home of the Dodgers.
The series will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2.
The game will feature the first-ever All-Stars.
There will be eight All-stars and two MVPs.