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Chicago Cubs: David Ross finishes third in NL Manager of the Year voting


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David Ross finished third in the NL Manager of the Year voting (USA Today Sports)
David Ross finished third in the NL Manager of the Year voting (USA Today Sports)

MLB Network announced on Tuesday that Don Mattingly won the National League Manager of the Year Award over finalists Jayce Tingler and David Ross.

Mattingly finished with 20 first-place votes and 124 total votes from the Baseball Writers' Association of American while Tingler had six first-place votes and 71 points.

Mattingly is the fifth former winner of the MVP to be honored later as a manager of the year.

Ross finished third in the voting with one first place, two second-place, and 14 third-place votes for a total of 25 points.

Pretty impressive performance by the rookie manager leading his team to a first-place finish in the NL League Central in the middle of a COVID-19 pandemic.

It appears that the Cubs have found their skipper for the long term if year one under Rossy was any indication.

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