David Ross named finalist for NL Manager of the Year


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Ross was honored as a finalist for a major award on Monday
Ross was honored as a finalist for a major award on Monday

Rossy can not only dance but manage.

Chicago Cubs first-time manager David Ross was named a finalist for National League Manager of the Year, announced on Monday night.

The finalists were Ross, Marlins' Don Mattingly, and Padres' Jayce Tingler.

Ross led the Cubs to the fourth-best record in the National League (34-26) and grabbed the NL Central crown for the first time since 2017. Overall, it was a very successful season under such difficult conditions during a COVID-19 pandemic season.

The winner of the award will be announced on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. on MLB Network.

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