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Baseball signs a $1.7 billion, 5-year deal with Fox, NBC, ESPN, and Liberty Media. IN THE NEWS:
Mitch Williams is cleared of rape charges filed against him by a Kentucky woman in February 1994.
Dodgers P IN THE NEWS: Hideo Nomo (13–6) is named National League Rookie of the Year, becoming the 1st Japanese player ever to win a major American baseball award.
Minnesota's IN THE NEWS: Marty Cordova is named American League Rookie of the Year, winning by six points over California's Garret Anderson, who outhit him by 44 points.
Gaffney Street, near the former site of
Braves Field in Boston, is renamed Harry Agganis Way, after the former Boston University and Red Sox star who died during the 1955 season.
Atlanta P IN THE NEWS: Greg Maddux wins the National League Cy Young Award for an unprecedented 4th straight time. Maddux had a remarkable 19–2 record with a 1.63 ERA, the 2nd year his ERA is below 1.80. Only Walter Johnson has done that.
The NL MVP Award goes to Reds SS
IN THE NEWS: Mark Kotsay, of Cal State Fullerton, is named as winner of the Golden Spikes Award as the nation's top amateur baseball player.
The IN THE NEWS: Arizona Diamondbacks, who will not begin play until the 1998 season, sign Buck Showalter to a 7-year contract as manager.
The IN THE NEWS: Oakland Athletics name Art Howe as their manager.
The Yankees trade minor league P IN THE NEWS: Mike DeJean and a player to be named to the Rockies for C Joe Girardi. Girardi will solidify the catching for New York, while DeJean will set a ML mark for most appearances without a loss. He'll go 7–0 through 1998, while making 88 appearances, breaking a little-known mark set by Phil Paine. DeJean will be 2–4 in '99.
The Marlins sign free agent OF IN THE NEWS: Devon White to a 3-year contract worth $9.9 million.
The Angels sign free agent IF IN THE NEWS: Randy Velarde to a 3-year contract.
IN THE NEWS: Pat Gillick is named GM of the Baltimore Orioles.
The Dodgers trade 2B IN THE NEWS: Miguel Cairo and 3B Willis Otanez to the Mariners in exchange for 3B Mike Blowers.
The Dodgers sign free agent SS IN THE NEWS: Greg Gagne.