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AL Player of the Week Won by Yankees’ Gerrit Cole

The pitcher received a more appropriate honor from Major League Baseball the day after Aaron Boone predicted that Gerrit Cole would win the Cy Young Award and make the Hall of Fame.

The American and National Leagues announced their winners on Monday: Cole and the Diamondbacks’ ace Zac Gallen. Cole has now won the honor twice in his career, the first time occurring in 2019 while he was a member of the Astros.

AL Player of the Week

Corey Kluber, a pitcher for the Yankees, was the final winner of the prize in May 2021. After tossing a no-hitter, he did so. Even though Cole didn’t accomplish that during the past week, he went 2-0 and compiled a 1.13 ERA in 16 innings against the Guardians and Twins.

In a rout of the Yankees on Tuesday at Progressive Field, Cole overcame a rough first inning and limited Cleveland to two runs and five hits.

  • Gerrit Cole would win the Cy Young Award and make the Hall of Fame.
  • The American and National Leagues announced their winners on Monday.
  • Cole raised his record to 4-0 with a 0.95 ERA, the masterpiece also featured 10 strikeouts.

In contrast, Cole was untouchable on Sunday as he held Minnesota to just two hits in a complete game shutout. As Cole raised his record to 4-0 with a 0.95 ERA, the masterpiece also featured 10 strikeouts and just one walk.

Following that, Cole’s manager believed Cooperstown and hardware were in Cole’s future. Boone predicted that the Cy Young winner will receive one or even more awards.

He always participates in that discussion and has done so for a while. He’s doing fine right now, and I can’t wait to see him returning to that area in a few days.

Cole tied Ron Guidry for the most such games with ten or more strikeouts as a Yankee on Sunday. The Yankees pitcher also became the first pitcher to start the season with at least 30 strikeouts and a sub-1.000 earned run average (ERA) since earned runs became an official statistic in 1913.

While this is happening, Gallen has had two excellent starts of his own. Against the Brewers and Marlins, he pitched a total of 13.2 innings without giving up a run. Additionally, the right-hander limited his rivals to only five hits and one walk while striking out 18.

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