This afternoon, the Baseball Writers Association of America continued handing out their postseason awards in Major League Baseball. Today's category was Manager of the Year for both the American and National Leagues: the winners were Joe Maddon of the Tampa Bay Rays and Kirk Gibson of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

According to the BBWAA's official press release on its website, the 54-year-old Gibson received first-place votes on 28 of the 32 ballots and was the only manager from either league to be named on every ballot. The runner-up in the National League was Ron Roenicke, who led the Milwaukee Brewers to the NL Central division tiele. Meanwhile, the third-place finisher was Tony La Russa of the World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals.

As for the American League, the 57-year-old Joe Maddon was listed first on 26 of the 28 ballots and second on one other ballot. The Rays manager also won the award back in 2008, when he led Tampa Bay to its first and only World Series appearance.

The other first-place votes went to Jim Leyland of Detroit, who finished second in voting, and Ron Washington of the Rangers, who finished third overall. Don't forget to check back tomorrow, as the BBWAA will announce the NL Cy Young Award winner.