Carrasco, Perez hailed by Cleveland baseball writers

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Carrasco, Perez hailed by Cleveland baseball writers
Carrasco, Perez hailed by Cleveland baseball writers

Associated Press CLEVELAND -- Carlos Carrasco's courage while fighting cancer and community service earned him another postseason honor. Carrasco won the Frank Gibbons-Steve Olin Good Guy Award, given annually by the Cleveland chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, for being accommodating with media members as well as for his work in the Cleveland community. The right-hander was honored along with catcher Roberto Perez, who was named the team's Man of the Year. Carrasco was diagnosed with leukemia in May. The 32-year-old was always available while battling the blood disorder and his inspirational battle became one of baseball's biggest stories this season. Carrasco was a unanimous

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