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List of Silver Slugger Award winners at outfield

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Barry Bonds has won 12 Silver Slugger Awards, the most of any player at any position.
Barry Bonds has won 12 Silver Slugger Awards, the most of any player at any position.

The Silver Slugger Award is awarded annually to the best offensive player at each position in both the American League (AL) and the National League (NL), as determined by the coaches and managers of Major League Baseball (MLB). These voters consider several offensive categories in selecting the winners, including batting average, slugging percentage, and on-base percentage, in addition to "coaches' and managers' general impressions of a player's overall offensive value".[1] Managers and coaches are not permitted to vote for players on their own team.[1] The Silver Slugger was first awarded in 1980 and is given by Hillerich & Bradsby, the manufacturer of Louisville Slugger bats.[2] The award is a bat-shaped trophy, 3 feet (91 cm) tall, engraved with the names of each of the winners from the league[1] and plated with sterling silver.[3]

As with the Rawlings Gold Glove Award, the prize is presented to outfielders irrespective of their specific position.[4][5] This means that it is possible for three left fielders, or any other combination of outfielders, to win the award in the same year, rather than one left fielder, one center fielder, and one right fielder. It is also possible for outfield teammates to win the award in the same season, which has happened eight times since 1980.[2]

Among outfielders and among all Silver Slugger winners, Barry Bonds has won the most awards, winning twelve times between 1990 and 2004.[6] All of his awards were won in the National League.[6] Manny Ramirez leads the American League with eight wins.[7] Ken Griffey, Jr., Vladimir Guerrero, Tony Gwynn and Mike Trout have each won seven Silver Sluggers in the outfield;[8][9][10][11] Juan González, Kirby Puckett and Sammy Sosa have won six times.[12][13][14] Three players have won five times (Albert Belle, Ryan Braun and Dave Winfield),[15][16][17] and four-time winners include Andre Dawson, Matt Holliday, Andrew McCutchen, Dale Murphy and Gary Sheffield.[18][19][20][21] There have also been 11 three-time outfield winners and 24 two-time awardees.[4][5] The most recent winners are Ronald Acuña Jr., Mookie Betts, and Juan Soto in the National League, and Teoscar Hernández, Eloy Jiménez, and Mike Trout in the American League.

Gwynn posted the highest batting average in an outfielder's winning season, batting .394 in the 1994 season[10] before it was truncated by the players' strike.[22] Magglio Ordóñez' 2007 average is the best in the American League (.363).[23] Bonds, the overall leader, holds three records: on-base percentage (.609 in 2004), slugging percentage (.863 in 2001) and home runs (73 in 2001).[6] The American League leaders in those categories include Belle (.714 slugging percentage in 1994),[15] Griffey (56 home runs in 1997 and 1998),[8] and Trout (.460 on-base percentage in 2018).[11] Ramírez also leads both leagues in runs batted in (RBI) during an outfielder's winning season, with 165 in 1999.[7] Sosa is the National League leader (160 RBI in 2001).[14]

Key

Year Links to the corresponding Major League Baseball season
AVG Batting average
OBP On-base percentage
SLG Slugging percentage
HR Home runs
RBI Runs batted in
Ref References
* Winner of the most Silver Sluggers in Major League Baseball as an outfielder
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

American League winners

Manny Ramirez has won more AL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield than any other player.
Manny Ramirez has won more AL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield than any other player.
Dave Winfield won the AL Silver Slugger Award at outfield in five consecutive seasons (1981–1985), the most of any player.
Dave Winfield won the AL Silver Slugger Award at outfield in five consecutive seasons (1981–1985), the most of any player.
Dwight Evans went six seasons between AL Silver Slugger Award at outfield (1981–1987), tied with Ichiro for the longest such gap (2001–2007).
Dwight Evans went six seasons between AL Silver Slugger Award at outfield (1981–1987), tied with Ichiro for the longest such gap (2001–2007).
Vladimir Guerrero is one of only two players to win multiple Sliver Slugger Awards at outfield in both leagues.
Vladimir Guerrero is one of only two players to win multiple Sliver Slugger Awards at outfield in both leagues.
Year Player Team AVG OBP SLG HR RBI Ref
1980 Ben Oglivie Milwaukee Brewers .304 .362 .563 41 118 [24]
Al Oliver Texas Rangers .319 .357 .480 19 117 [25]
Willie Wilson Kansas City Royals .326 .357 .421 3 49 [26]
1981 Dwight Evans Boston Red Sox .296 .415 .522 22 71 [27]
Rickey Henderson Oakland Athletics .319 .408 .437 6 35 [28]
Dave Winfield New York Yankees .294 .360 .464 13 68 [29]
1982 Reggie Jackson California Angels .275 .375 .532 39 101 [30]
Willie Wilson (2) Kansas City Royals .332 .365 .431 3 46 [31]
Dave Winfield (2) New York Yankees .280 .331 .560 37 106 [32]
1983 Lloyd Moseby Toronto Blue Jays .315 .376 .499 18 81 [33]
Jim Rice Boston Red Sox .305 .361 .550 39 126 [34]
Dave Winfield (3) New York Yankees .283 .345 .513 32 116 [35]
1984 Tony Armas Boston Red Sox .268 .300 .531 43 123 [36]
Jim Rice (2) Boston Red Sox .280 .323 .467 28 122 [36]
Dave Winfield (4) New York Yankees .340 .393 .515 19 100 [37]
1985 George Bell Toronto Blue Jays .275 .327 .479 28 95 [38]
Rickey Henderson (2) New York Yankees .314 .419 .516 24 72 [39]
Dave Winfield (5) New York Yankees .275 .328 .471 26 114 [39]
1986 Jesse Barfield Toronto Blue Jays .289 .368 .559 40 108 [40]
George Bell (2) Toronto Blue Jays .309 .349 .532 31 108 [40]
Kirby Puckett Minnesota Twins .328 .366 .537 31 96 [41]
1987 George Bell (3) Toronto Blue Jays .308 .352 .605 47 134 [42]
Dwight Evans (2) Boston Red Sox .305 .417 .569 34 123 [43]
Kirby Puckett (2) Minnesota Twins .332 .367 .534 28 99 [44]
1988 Jose Canseco Oakland Athletics .307 .391 .569 42 124 [45]
Mike Greenwell Boston Red Sox .325 .416 .531 22 119 [46]
Kirby Puckett (3) Minnesota Twins .356 .375 .545 24 121 [47]
1989 Kirby Puckett (4) Minnesota Twins .339 .379 .465 9 85 [48]
Rubén Sierra Texas Rangers .306 .347 .543 29 119 [49]
Robin Yount Milwaukee Brewers .318 .384 .511 21 103 [50]
1990 Ellis Burks Boston Red Sox .296 .349 .486 21 89 [51]
Jose Canseco (2) Oakland Athletics .274 .371 .543 37 101 [52]
Rickey Henderson (3) Oakland Athletics .325 .439 .577 28 61 [52]
1991 Jose Canseco (3) Oakland Athletics .266 .359 .556 44 122 [53]
Joe Carter Toronto Blue Jays .273 .330 .503 33 108 [54]
Ken Griffey, Jr. Seattle Mariners .327 .399 .527 22 100 [55]
1992 Joe Carter (2) Toronto Blue Jays .264 .309 .498 34 119 [56]
Juan González Texas Rangers .260 .304 .529 43 109 [57]
Kirby Puckett (5) Minnesota Twins .329 .374 .490 19 110 [58]
1993 Albert Belle Cleveland Indians .290 .370 .552 38 129 [59]
Juan González (2) Texas Rangers .310 .368 .632 46 118 [60]
Ken Griffey, Jr. (2) Seattle Mariners .309 .408 .617 45 109 [61]
1994 Albert Belle (2) Cleveland Indians .357 .438 .714 36 101 [62]
Ken Griffey, Jr. (3) Seattle Mariners .323 .402 .674 40 90 [63]
Kirby Puckett (6) Minnesota Twins .317 .362 .540 20 112 [64]
1995 Albert Belle (3) Cleveland Indians .317 .401 .690 50 126 [65]
Manny Ramirez Cleveland Indians .308 .402 .558 31 107 [65]
Tim Salmon California Angels .330 .429 .594 34 105 [66]
1996 Albert Belle (4) Cleveland Indians .311 .410 .623 48 148 [67]
Juan González (3) Texas Rangers .314 .368 .643 47 144 [68]
Ken Griffey, Jr. (4) Seattle Mariners .303 .392 .628 49 140 [69]
1997 David Justice (2) Cleveland Indians .329 .418 .596 33 101 [70]
Juan González (4) Texas Rangers .296 .335 .589 42 131 [71]
Ken Griffey, Jr. (5) Seattle Mariners .304 .382 .646 56 147 [72]
1998 Albert Belle (5) Chicago White Sox .328 .399 .655 49 152 [73]
Juan González (5) Texas Rangers .318 .366 .630 45 157 [74]
Ken Griffey, Jr. (6) Seattle Mariners .284 .365 .611 56 146 [75]
1999 Shawn Green Toronto Blue Jays .309 .384 .588 42 123 [76]
Ken Griffey, Jr. (7) Seattle Mariners .285 .384 .576 48 134 [77]
Manny Ramirez (2) Cleveland Indians .333 .442 .663 44 165 [78]
2000 Darin Erstad Anaheim Angels .355 .409 .541 25 100 [79]
Magglio Ordóñez Chicago White Sox .315 .371 .546 32 126 [80]
Manny Ramirez (3) Cleveland Indians .351 .457 .697 38 122 [81]
2001 Juan González (6) Cleveland Indians .325 .370 .590 35 140 [82]
Manny Ramirez (4) Boston Red Sox .306 .405 .609 41 125 [83]
Ichiro Suzuki Seattle Mariners .350 .381 .457 8 69 [84]
2002 Garret Anderson Anaheim Angels .306 .332 .539 29 123 [85]
Magglio Ordóñez (2) Chicago White Sox .320 .381 .597 38 135 [86]
Bernie Williams New York Yankees .333 .415 .493 19 102 [87]
2003 Garret Anderson (2) Anaheim Angels .315 .345 .541 29 116 [88]
Manny Ramirez (5) Boston Red Sox .325 .427 .587 37 104 [89]
Vernon Wells Toronto Blue Jays .317 .359 .550 33 117 [90]
2004 Vladimir Guerrero (4) Anaheim Angels .337 .391 .598 39 126 [91]
Manny Ramirez (6) Boston Red Sox .308 .397 .613 43 130 [92]
Gary Sheffield (3) New York Yankees .290 .393 .534 36 121 [93]
2005 Vladimir Guerrero (5) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .317 .394 .565 32 108 [94]
Manny Ramirez (7) Boston Red Sox .292 .388 .594 45 144 [95]
Gary Sheffield (4) New York Yankees .291 .379 .512 34 123 [96]
2006 Jermaine Dye Chicago White Sox .315 .385 .622 44 120 [97]
Vladimir Guerrero (6) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .329 .382 .552 33 116 [98]
Manny Ramirez (8) Boston Red Sox .321 .439 .619 35 102 [99]
2007 Vladimir Guerrero (7) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .324 .403 .547 27 125 [100]
Magglio Ordóñez (3) Detroit Tigers .363 .434 .595 28 139 [101]
Ichiro Suzuki (2) Seattle Mariners .351 .396 .431 6 68 [102]
2008 Josh Hamilton Texas Rangers .304 .371 .530 32 130 [103]
Carlos Quentin Chicago White Sox .288 .394 .571 36 100 [104]
Grady Sizemore Cleveland Indians .268 .374 .502 33 90 [105]
2009 Jason Bay Boston Red Sox .267 .384 .537 36 119 [106]
Torii Hunter Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .299 .366 .508 22 90 [107]
Ichiro Suzuki (3) Seattle Mariners .352 .386 .465 11 46 [108]
2010 José Bautista Toronto Blue Jays .260 .378 .465 54 124 [109]
Carl Crawford Tampa Bay Rays .307 .356 .495 19 90 [110]
Josh Hamilton (2) Texas Rangers .359 .411 .633 32 100 [111]
2011 Curtis Granderson New York Yankees .262 .364 .552 41 119 [112]
José Bautista (2) Toronto Blue Jays .302 .447 .608 43 103 [113]
Jacoby Ellsbury Boston Red Sox .321 .376 .552 32 105 [114]
2012 Josh Hamilton (3) Texas Rangers .285 .354 .577 43 128 [115]
Mike Trout Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .326 .399 .564 30 83 [116]
Josh Willingham Minnesota Twins .260 .366 .524 35 110 [117]
2013 Torii Hunter (2) Detroit Tigers .304 .334 .465 17 84 [118]
Adam Jones Baltimore Orioles .285 .318 .493 33 108 [119]
Mike Trout (2) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .323 .432 .557 27 97 [120]
2014 José Bautista (3) Toronto Blue Jays .286 .403 .524 35 103 [121]
Michael Brantley Cleveland Indians .327 .385 .506 20 97 [122]
Mike Trout (3) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .287 .377 .561 36 111 [123]
2015 Nelson Cruz Seattle Mariners .302 .369 .419 44 93 [124]
J. D. Martinez Detroit Tigers .282 .344 .535 38 102 [125]
Mike Trout (4) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .299 .402 .590 41 90 [126]
2016 Mookie Betts Boston Red Sox .318 .363 .534 31 113 [127]
Mike Trout (5) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .315 .441 .550 29 100 [128]
Mark Trumbo Baltimore Orioles .256 .316 .533 47 108 [129]
2017 Aaron Judge New York Yankees .284 .422 .627 52 114 [130]
George Springer Houston Astros .283 .367 .522 34 85 [131]
Justin Upton Detroit Tigers
Los Angeles Angels
.273 .361 .540 35 109 [132][133]
2018 Mookie Betts (2) Boston Red Sox .346 .438 .640 32 80 [134]
J. D. Martinez (2) Boston Red Sox .330 .402 .629 43 130 [135]
Mike Trout (6) Los Angeles Angels .312 .460 .628 39 79 [136]
2019 Mookie Betts (3) Boston Red Sox .295 .391 .524 29 80 [137]
George Springer (2) Houston Astros .292 .383 .581 39 96 [138]
Mike Trout (7) Los Angeles Angels .291 .438 .645 45 104 [139]
2020 Teoscar Hernández Toronto Blue Jays .289 .340 .579 16 34 [140]
Eloy Jiménez Chicago White Sox .296 .332 .559 14 41 [141]
Mike Trout (8) Los Angeles Angels .281 .390 .603 17 46 [142]

National League winners

Tony Gwynn won seven NL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield, the most of anyone other than Barry Bonds.
Tony Gwynn won seven NL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield, the most of anyone other than Barry Bonds.
David Justice was the first player to win the Silver Slugger Award at outfield in both leagues.
David Justice was the first player to win the Silver Slugger Award at outfield in both leagues.
Gary Sheffield went six seasons between NL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield (1996–2003), the longest such gap.
Gary Sheffield went six seasons between NL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield (1996–2003), the longest such gap.
Ryan Braun is the most recent of three players to win five consecutive NL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield (2008–2012).
Ryan Braun is the most recent of three players to win five consecutive NL Silver Slugger Awards at outfield (2008–2012).
Year Player Team AVG OBP SLG HR RBI Ref
1980 Dusty Baker Los Angeles Dodgers .294 .339 .503 29 97 [143]
Andre Dawson Montreal Expos .308 .358 .492 17 87 [144]
George Hendrick St. Louis Cardinals .302 .342 .498 25 109 [145]
1981 Dusty Baker (2) Los Angeles Dodgers .320 .363 .445 9 49 [146]
Andre Dawson (2) Montreal Expos .302 .365 .553 24 64 [147]
George Foster Cincinnati Reds .295 .373 .519 22 90 [148]
1982 Leon Durham Chicago Cubs .312 .388 .521 22 90 [149]
Pedro Guerrero Los Angeles Dodgers .304 .378 .536 32 100 [150]
Dale Murphy Atlanta Braves .281 .378 .507 36 109 [151]
1983 José Cruz Houston Astros .318 .385 .463 14 92 [152]
Andre Dawson (3) Montreal Expos .299 .338 .539 32 113 [153]
Dale Murphy (2) Atlanta Braves .302 .393 .540 36 121 [154]
1984 José Cruz (2) Houston Astros .312 .381 .462 12 95 [155]
Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres .351 .410 .444 5 71 [156]
Dale Murphy (3) Atlanta Braves .290 .372 .547 36 100 [157]
1985 Willie McGee St. Louis Cardinals .353 .384 .503 10 82 [158]
Dale Murphy (4) Atlanta Braves .300 .388 .539 37 111 [159]
Dave Parker Cincinnati Reds .312 .365 .551 34 125 [160]
1986 Tony Gwynn (2) San Diego Padres .329 .381 .467 14 59 [161]
Dave Parker (2) Cincinnati Reds .273 .330 .477 31 116 [162]
Tim Raines Montreal Expos .334 .413 .476 9 62 [163]
1987 Eric Davis Cincinnati Reds .293 .399 .593 37 100 [164]
Andre Dawson (4) Chicago Cubs .287 .328 .568 49 137 [165]
Tony Gwynn (3) San Diego Padres .370 .447 .511 7 54 [166]
1988 Kirk Gibson Los Angeles Dodgers .290 .377 .483 25 76 [167]
Darryl Strawberry New York Mets .269 .366 .545 39 101 [168]
Andy Van Slyke Pittsburgh Pirates .288 .345 .506 25 100 [169]
1989 Eric Davis (2) Cincinnati Reds .281 .367 .541 34 101 [170]
Tony Gwynn (4) San Diego Padres .336 .389 .424 4 62 [171]
Kevin Mitchell San Francisco Giants .291 .388 .635 47 125 [172]
1990 Barry Bonds* Pittsburgh Pirates .301 .406 .565 33 114 [173]
Bobby Bonilla Pittsburgh Pirates .280 .322 .518 32 120 [173]
Darryl Strawberry (2) Los Angeles Dodgers .277 .361 .518 37 108 [174]
1991 Barry Bonds* (2) Pittsburgh Pirates .292 .410 .514 25 116 [175]
Bobby Bonilla (2) Pittsburgh Pirates .302 .391 .492 18 100 [175]
Ron Gant Atlanta Braves .251 .338 .496 32 105 [176]
1992 Barry Bonds* (3) Pittsburgh Pirates .311 .456 .624 34 103 [177]
Andy Van Slyke (2) Pittsburgh Pirates .324 .381 .505 14 89 [177]
Larry Walker Montreal Expos .301 .353 .506 23 93 [178]
1993 Barry Bonds* (4) San Francisco Giants .336 .458 .677 46 123 [179]
Lenny Dykstra Philadelphia Phillies .305 .420 .482 19 66 [180]
David Justice Atlanta Braves .270 .357 .515 40 120 [181]
1994 Moisés Alou Montreal Expos .339 .397 .592 22 78 [182]
Barry Bonds* (5) San Francisco Giants .312 .426 .647 37 81 [183]
Tony Gwynn (5) San Diego Padres .394 .454 .568 12 64 [184]
1995 Dante Bichette Colorado Rockies .340 .364 .620 40 128 [185]
Tony Gwynn (6) San Diego Padres .368 .404 .484 9 90 [186]
Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs .268 .340 .500 36 119 [187]
1996 Barry Bonds* (6) San Francisco Giants .308 .461 .615 42 129 [188]
Ellis Burks Colorado Rockies .344 .408 .639 40 128 [189]
Gary Sheffield Florida Marlins .314 .465 .624 42 120 [190]
1997 Barry Bonds* (7) San Francisco Giants .291 .446 .585 40 101 [191]
Tony Gwynn (7) San Diego Padres .372 .409 .547 17 119 [192]
Larry Walker (2) Colorado Rockies .366 .452 .720 49 130 [193]
1998 Moisés Alou (2) Houston Astros .312 .399 .582 38 124 [194]
Sammy Sosa (2) Chicago Cubs .308 .377 .647 66 158 [195]
Greg Vaughn San Diego Padres .272 .363 .597 50 119 [196]
1999 Vladimir Guerrero Montreal Expos .316 .378 .600 42 131 [197]
Sammy Sosa (3) Chicago Cubs .288 .367 .635 63 141 [198]
Larry Walker (3) Colorado Rockies .379 .458 .710 37 115 [199]
2000 Barry Bonds* (8) San Francisco Giants .306 .440 .688 49 106 [200]
Vladimir Guerrero (2) Montreal Expos .345 .410 .664 44 123 [201]
Sammy Sosa (4) Chicago Cubs .320 .406 .634 50 138 [202]
2001 Barry Bonds* (9) San Francisco Giants .328 .515 .863 73 137 [203]
Luis Gonzalez Arizona Diamondbacks .325 .429 .688 57 142 [204]
Sammy Sosa (5) Chicago Cubs .328 .437 .737 64 160 [205]
2002 Barry Bonds* (10) San Francisco Giants .370 .582 .799 46 110 [206]
Vladimir Guerrero (3) Montreal Expos .336 .417 .593 39 111 [207]
Sammy Sosa (6) Chicago Cubs .288 .399 .594 49 108 [208]
2003 Barry Bonds* (11) San Francisco Giants .341 .529 .749 45 90 [209]
Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals .359 .439 .667 43 124 [210]
Gary Sheffield (2) Atlanta Braves .330 .419 .604 39 132 [211]
2004 Bobby Abreu Philadelphia Phillies .301 .428 .544 30 105 [212]
Barry Bonds* (12) San Francisco Giants .362 .609 .812 45 101 [213]
Jim Edmonds St. Louis Cardinals .301 .418 .643 42 111 [214]
2005 Miguel Cabrera Florida Marlins .323 .385 .561 33 116 [215]
Andruw Jones Atlanta Braves .263 .347 .575 51 128 [216]
Carlos Lee Milwaukee Brewers .265 .324 .487 32 114 [217]
2006 Carlos Beltrán New York Mets .275 .388 .594 41 116 [218]
Matt Holliday Colorado Rockies .326 .387 .586 34 114 [219]
Alfonso Soriano Washington Nationals .277 .351 .560 46 95 [220]
2007 Carlos Beltrán (2) New York Mets .276 .353 .525 33 112 [221]
Matt Holliday (2) Colorado Rockies .340 .405 .607 36 137 [222]
Carlos Lee (2) Houston Astros .303 .354 .528 32 119 [223]
2008 Ryan Braun Milwaukee Brewers .285 .335 .553 37 106 [224]
Matt Holliday (3) Colorado Rockies .321 .409 .538 25 88 [225]
Ryan Ludwick St. Louis Cardinals .299 .375 .591 37 113 [226]
2009 Ryan Braun (2) Milwaukee Brewers .320 .386 .551 32 114 [227]
Andre Ethier Los Angeles Dodgers .272 .361 .508 31 106 [228]
Matt Kemp Los Angeles Dodgers .297 .352 .490 26 101 [228]
2010 Ryan Braun (3) Milwaukee Brewers .304 .365 .501 25 103 [229]
Carlos González Colorado Rockies .336 .376 .598 34 117 [230]
Matt Holliday (4) St. Louis Cardinals .312 .390 .532 28 103 [231]
2011 Ryan Braun (4) Milwaukee Brewers .332 .397 .597 33 111 [232]
Matt Kemp (2) Los Angeles Dodgers .324 .399 .586 39 126 [233]
Justin Upton Arizona Diamondbacks .289 .369 .529 31 88 [234]
2012 Ryan Braun (5) Milwaukee Brewers .319 .391 .595 41 112 [235]
Jay Bruce Cincinnati Reds .252 .327 .514 34 99 [236]
Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates .327 .400 .553 31 96 [237]
2013 Jay Bruce (2) Cincinnati Reds .262 .329 .478 30 109 [238]
Michael Cuddyer Colorado Rockies .331 .389 .530 20 84 [239]
Andrew McCutchen (2) Pittsburgh Pirates .317 .404 .508 21 84 [240]
2014 Andrew McCutchen (3) Pittsburgh Pirates .314 .410 .542 25 83 [241]
Giancarlo Stanton Miami Marlins .288 .395 .555 37 105 [242]
Justin Upton (2) Atlanta Braves .270 .342 .491 29 102 [243]
2015 Carlos González (2) Colorado Rockies .271 .325 .540 40 97 [244]
Bryce Harper Washington Nationals .330 .460 .649 42 99 [245]
Andrew McCutchen (4) Pittsburgh Pirates .292 .401 .488 23 96 [246]
2016 Charlie Blackmon Colorado Rockies .324 .381 .552 29 82 [247]
Yoenis Cespedes New York Mets .280 .354 .530 31 86 [248]
Christian Yelich Miami Marlins .298 .376 .483 21 98 [249]
2017 Charlie Blackmon (2) Colorado Rockies .331 .399 .601 37 104 [250]
Marcell Ozuna Miami Marlins .312 .376 .548 37 124 [251]
Giancarlo Stanton (2) Miami Marlins .281 .376 .631 59 132 [252]
2018 Nick Markakis Atlanta Braves .297 .366 .440 14 93 [253]
David Peralta Arizona Diamondbacks .293 .352 .516 30 87 [254]
Christian Yelich (2) Milwaukee Brewers .326 .402 .598 36 110 [255]
2019 Ronald Acuña Jr. Atlanta Braves .280 .365 .518 41 101 [256]
Cody Bellinger Los Angeles Dodgers .305 .406 .629 47 115 [257]
Christian Yelich (3) Milwaukee Brewers .329 .429 .671 44 97 [258]
2020 Ronald Acuña Jr. (2) Atlanta Braves .250 .406 .581 14 29 [259]
Mookie Betts (4) Los Angeles Dodgers .292 .366 .562 16 39 [260]
Juan Soto Washington Nationals .351 .490 .695 13 37 [261]

References

  • "MLB Awards: History (Awards: Silver Slugger)". Major League Baseball. Retrieved March 9, 2009.
Inline citations
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