Mike Matheny has a chance to be the Cardinals' first NL Manager of the Year winner since Tony La Russa in 2002.

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NEW YORK -- After managing the St. Louis Cardinals to a 100-win season amid myriad injuries, Mike Matheny is one of three finalists for National League Manager of the Year, the Baseball Writers' Association of America announced Tuesday.

The other candidates are 66-year-old Terry Collins of the Mets and Joe Maddon of the Cubs.

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