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Posey, Cabrera MVPs...Browns' Haden misses practice

Thursday - 11/15/2012, 8:47pm  ET

NEW YORK (AP) -- For the second time in three years, San Francisco Giants catcher Matt Posey is the National League's Most Valuable Player. Posey batted a league-high .338, helping the Giants to their second World Series crown in three seasons.

NEW YORK (AP) -- Miguel Cabrera now has to make room in his trophy case for the American League Most Valuable Player Award to put next to his Triple Crown trophy. The Detroit Tigers third baseman was baseball's first Triple Crown winner since Carl Yastrzemski (yah-STREM'-skee) in 1967 and easily outpointed Milwaukee's Ryan Braun for the MVP.

ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) -- Baseball commissioner Bud Selig (SEE'-lihg) says he is in the process of examining the mega-trade between Miami and Toronto that is sending Marlins stars Josh Johnson and Jose Reyes (RAY'-uhs) to the Blue Jays for mostly prospects. Speaking at the conclusion of the owners' meetings, Selig said he is aware of fan anger in South Florida but will do what's in the best interests of the sport.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has been sent to the hospital for a "minor procedure" after doctors discovered he had an irregular heartbeat. The 49ers anticipate Harbaugh will be back at the team's facility Friday, though it's unclear in what capacity as his team prepares for Monday night's game against Chicago.

BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Cleveland may be missing its top cornerback Joe Haden Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys. Haden, who was suspended four games by the NFL earlier this season for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, missed practice today because of an oblique strain.


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