Rockies manager Jim Tracy and Mike Scioscia were awarded the Manager of the Year award Wednesday, according to MLB.com. Both managers are well deserving of the award after putting together terrific seasons.
After Tracy took over, he led the Rockies to the NL Wild Card, posting a 74-42 record en route to a franchise record 92 wins.
Scioscia kept his Angels in it despite several injuries and the tragic and unexpected death of rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart. This was their third straight division title and fifth in six seasons.