After a season in which the Dodgers won the most games in 64 years and came within one game of winning their first World Series in 29 years, the individual honors are about to arrive.
First baseman Cody Bellinger, pitcher Clayton Kershaw and manager Dave Roberts each was announced Monday as a finalist for the annual Baseball Writers Assn. of America awards.
Angels outfielder Mike Trout was not. For the first time in his six full seasons, Trout will not finish first or second in the voting for American League most valuable player.
Trout led the AL in on-base percentage and in slugging percentage, but he was limited to 114 games because of a thumb injury. No position...