NEW YORK — Boston Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello and outfielder Mookie Betts are among the finalists for baseball’s major postseason awards.

Porcello joins Cleveland’s Corey Kluber and Detroit’s Justin Verlander as finalists for the AL Cy Young Award. Betts is a finalist for the AL MVP with Jose Altuve of Houston and Mike Trout of the Angels.

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced the top three vote-getters in each category Monday.

The honors will be announced next week on MLB Network. Voting was completed by the end of the regular season.

Kris Bryant of the Cubs, Daniel Murphy of Washington and Corey Seager of the Dodgers are up for NL MVP.

Jon Lester and Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs and Washington’s Max Scherzer are finalists for the NL Cy Young.

Detroit’s Michael Fulmer, the Yankees’ Gary Sanchez and Cleveland’s Tyler Naquin are finalists for AL Rookie of the Year. Seager, Dodgers teammate Kenta Maeda and Washington’s Trea Turner are on the NL side.

Joe Maddon of the Cubs, Washington’s Dusty Baker and Dave Roberts of the Dodgers are up for NL Manager of the Year. Cleveland’s Terry Francona, Texas’ Jeff Banister and Baltimore’s Buck Showalter are the AL candidates.

RED SOX: President of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Pablo Sandoval has trimmed down after missing nearly the entire 2016 season.

The third baseman appeared to be well over his listed 255 pounds when he reported for spring training in February, and he was limited to three games and seven plate appearances before season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder.

“He did lose a lot of weight. I won’t give you the exact weight. I just don’t believe in doing that,” Dombrowski said as the annual general managers meetings started. Sandoval helped San Francisco win World Series titles in 2010, ’12 and ’14 but hit .245 with 10 homers and 47 RBI in his first season with Boston after signing a $95 million, five-year contract in November 2014.

Boston said during spring training it was not concerned about Sandoval’s weight, and principal owner John Henry said Sandoval’s body-fat ratio was 17 percent, down from 21 percent last year.

Sandoval spent much of the season at Boston’s spring training complex in Florida.

DODGERS-MARINERS: Seattle picked up needed depth at catcher after acquiring Carlos Ruiz from Los Angeles in exchange for left-handed pitcher Vidal Nuno on at the start of the general manager meetings.

FRICK AWARD: Longtime Chicago baseball announcers Ken Harrelson and Pat Hughes are among the eight finalists for the Ford C. Frick Award that rewards broadcasting excellence.

The list was presented by the baseball Hall of Fame. The winner will be announced Dec. 7 at the winter meetings and honored on July 29 during the Hall’s enshrinement weekend.

The other candidates are Gary Cohen, Jacques Doucet, Bill King, Mike Krukow, Ned Martin and Dewayne Staats. King and Martin are deceased.

Cubs: Chicago selected right-hander Jose Rosario from Triple-A Iowa and claimed righty Conor Mullee off waivers from the New York Yankees.

Giants: Manager Bruce Bochy finalized his coaching staff, naming Phil Nevin third base coach and Jose Alguacil first base coach.

The Giants didn’t retain first base coach Bill Hayes or third base coach Roberto Kelly after the season.