Lovullo is only the eighth skipper to capture a Manager of the Year Award in his first full season as a Major League manager - but this is actually the fourth consecutive season with a first-year victor. The club saw a 24-win improvement (69 wins to 93 wins) from 2016.
Under Molitor and Lovullo, the Twins made their first postseason since 2010, and the D-backs made their first playoffs since '11. Arizona's skipper earned 18 first-place votes, while Roberts got five, with Bud Black of the Colorado Rockies and Craig Counsell of the Milwaukee Brewers each garnering three.
How's that for a rookie campaign?
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A bench coach with the Red Sox for four years before taking the Arizona job, Lovullo is the third Diamondbacks manager to win the award, following Kirk Gibson in 2011 and Bob Melvin in 2007.
Among the other managers who received first-place votes was Dusty Baker of the Washington Nationals, who received one and finished fifth in the voting. Not only that, but the Twins traded some good players at the deadline because they felt they were out of the race.
Hinch navigated the Astros to a 101-61 record and their first-ever World Series title in his third season at the helm. It was considered a close competition going in, but Lovullo claimed 18 out of 30 first-place votes. Joe Girardi, who wasn't brought back by the Yankees, finished fourth.
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"It's humbling", Molitor told MLB Network.
Molitor, who was elected to the Hall of Fame as a player in 2004, is the second Hall of Famer to be named Manager of the Year.
Molitor won the AL version of the award for leading the Twins to a wild-card berth this year after they lost 103 games in 2016.
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