Top 5 American League Manager of the Year contenders for the 2022 MLB Awards

The New York Yankees' Aaron Boone (99-63)Since taking over as manager of the New York Yankees before the 2018 season, 

Aaron Boone has been on the verge of earning his first American League Manager of the Year Award during the first three months of the current campaign.

Scott Servais' leadership of the Seattle Mariners was crucial in helping the team shed its mediocrity-based mentality and shift from being the hunters to the prey.

The Baltimore Orioles' Brandon Hyde (83-79)Since 2016, when the team last reached the postseason, the Orioles had not had a winning season. 

The Astros didn't skip a beat after losing their star shortstop Carlos Correa to free agency; in 2021, they won 11 more games without Correa (106) than they did with him (95).

Cleveland Guardians' Terry Francona (92-70)In several ways, Cleveland's first season as the "Guardians" was similar to the 1989 Cleveland Indians in the made-up movie Major League.

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