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Oakland Athletics award winners and league leaders

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This is a list of award winners and league leaders for the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball.

The team was first known as the Philadelphia Athletics from 1901 to 1954 and then as the Kansas City Athletics from 1955 to 1967.

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American League Most Valuable Player

See: Kenesaw Mountain Landis Most Valuable Player Award

American League Cy Young Award

See: Cy Young Award

American League Rookie of the Year

See: Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year Award

American League Manager of the Year

See: Manager of the Year Award

American League Gold Glove Award

First base
Third base

American League Platinum Glove Award

Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award

See explanatory note at Atlanta Braves award winners and league leaders.
Team (at all positions)
  • (2012)
  • (2013)

American League Silver Slugger

First baseman

Third baseman


Edgar Martínez Award

See: Edgar Martínez Award

Mariano Rivera AL Reliever of the Year Award

See: Major League Baseball Reliever of the Year Award

Rolaids Relief Man Award

See: Rolaids Relief Man Award

MLB All-Century Team (1999)

See: MLB All-Century Team

DHL Hometown Heroes (2006)

See: DHL Hometown Heroes

MLB All-Time Team (1997; Baseball Writers' Association of America)

See: MLB All-Time Team

Baseball Prospectus "Internet Baseball Awards" Team of the Decade (1999)

Chuck Tanner Major League Baseball Manager of the Year Award

Babe Ruth Award (World Series)

See: Babe Ruth Award

Topps All-Star Rookie Teams

See: Topps All-Star Rookie Teams

Baseball America Major League Executive of the Year

See: Baseball America Major League Executive of the Year

Team award

Team records (single-game, single-season, career)

Minor-league system

MiLB Overall Minor League Hitter of the Year

Organizational Player and Pitcher of the Year

Organizational Player and Pitcher of the Year
Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Ref.
1995 Steve Cox Derek Manning [3]
1996 D. T. Cromer Willie Adams [3]
1997 Ben Grieve Brad Rigby [3]
1998 Eric Chavez Jay Witasick [3]
1999 Adam Piatt Tim Hudson [3]
2000 José Ortiz Barry Zito [3]
2001 Esteban Germán Mario Ramos [3]
2002 Graham Koonce Rich Harden [3]
2003 Graham Koonce Rich Harden [3]
2004 Dan Johnson Santiago Casilla [3]
2005 Andre Ethier Dallas Braden [3]
2006 Jeff Baisley Jason Windsor [3]
2007 Daric Barton Trevor Cahill [3]
2008 Chris Carter Trevor Cahill [3]
2009 Chris Carter Pedro Figueroa [3]
2010 Grant Green Ian Krol [3]
2011 Michael Choice
Jermaine Mitchell
Graham Godfrey [3]
2012 Miles Head A. J. Griffin
Dan Straily
2013 Anthony Aliotti Sonny Gray [3]
2014 Matt Olson
Daniel Robertson
Seth Streich [3]
2015 Chad Pinder Ryan Dull [3]
2016 Ryon Healy Daniel Mengden [3]
2017 Matt Olson A. J. Puk [3]
2018 Ramón Laureano Jesús Luzardo [3]
2019 Seth Brown Daulton Jefferies [3]

Other achievements

National Baseball Hall of Fame

See: Oakland Athletics#Hall of Famers

California Sports Hall of Fame

Athletics in the California Sports Hall of Fame
No. Player Position Tenure Notes
9, 31, 44 Reggie Jackson RF 1968–1975
10, 11, 22, 29, 42 Tony La Russa IF

Athletics in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame

See: Oakland Athletics#Athletics in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame

Athletics in the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame

See: Oakland Athletics#Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame

Retired numbers

See: Oakland Athletics#Retired numbers

Catfish Hunter Award

See footnote[4] and Catfish Hunter

The award is given to the Athletics' most inspirational player.[5]

Year Winner Position Ref
2004 Tim Hudson P
2005 Mark Ellis (1) 2B
2006 Jason Kendall C
2007 Mark Ellis (2) 2B
2008 Mike Sweeney 1B [6]
2009 Kurt Suzuki C
2010 Ben Sheets P [7]
2011 Josh Willingham OF [5]
2012 Jonny Gomes OF
2013 Coco Crisp OF
2014 Stephen Vogt (1) C/OF/1B [8]
2015 Stephen Vogt (2) C/OF/1B [9]
2016 Stephen Vogt (3) C/OF/1B [10]
2017 Jed Lowrie 2B [11]
2018 Matt Chapman 3B
2019 Marcus Semien (1) SS
2020 Marcus Semien (2) SS
2021 Chris Bassitt P
2022 Stephen Vogt (4) C/1B

Sporting News Sportsman of the Year

See: Sporting News#Sportsman of the Year

Ford C. Frick Award recipients

See: Oakland Athletics#Ford C. Frick Award recipients

Sports Illustrated Top 10 GMs/Executives of the Decade (2009)

See: List of 2009 all-decade Sports Illustrated awards and honors#Top 10 GMs/Executives of the Decade
  • No. 10 – Billy Beane (the list's only other MLB GMs were Boston's Theo Epstein, No. 3, and Seattle and Philadelphia's Pat Gillick, No. 7)

American League Statistical Batting Leaders

Batting Average

On-base Percentage

Slugging Percentage



At Bats



Total Bases



Home Runs




Stolen Bases


Runs Created

Extra-Base Hits

Times on Base

Hit By Pitch

Sacrifice Hits

Sacrifice Flies

Intentional Walks

Grounded into Double Plays

At Bats per Strikeout

At Bats per Home Run


American League Statistical Pitching Leaders



Won-Loss Percentage


Hits Allowed/9IP



  • Rube Waddell 6.84 (1902)
  • Rube Waddell 8.39 (1903)
  • Rube Waddell 8.20 (1904)
  • Rube Waddell 7.86 (1905)
  • Rube Waddell 6.47 (1906)
  • Rube Waddell 7.33 (1907)
  • Lefty Grove 5.30 (1925)
  • Lefty Grove 6.77 (1926)
  • Lefty Grove 5.97 (1927)
  • George Earnshaw 6.65 (1928)
  • Lefty Grove 5.56 (1929)
  • Lefty Grove 6.46 (1930)
  • Lou Brissie 5.89 (1948)
  • Vida Blue 8.68 (1971)




  • Scott Perry 332+13 (1918)
  • Rube Walberg 291 (1931)
  • Rick Langford 290 (1980)
  • Dave Stewart 275+23 (1988)
  • Dave Stewart 267 (1990)


  • Rube Waddell 210 (1902)
  • Rube Waddell 302 (1903)
  • Rube Waddell 349 (1904)
  • Rube Waddell 287 (1905)
  • Rube Waddell 196 (1906)
  • Rube Waddell 232 (1907)
  • Lefty Grove 116 (1925)
  • Lefty Grove 194 (1926)
  • Lefty Grove 174 (1927)
  • Lefty Grove 183 (1928)
  • Lefty Grove 170 (1929)
  • Lefty Grove 209 (1930)
  • Lefty Grove 175 (1931)

Games Started

Complete Games


Home Runs Allowed

Walks Allowed

Hits Allowed

Strikeout to Walk


Earned Runs Allowed

Wild Pitches

Hit Batsmen

Batters Faced

Games Finished

Oldest Player

Youngest Player

See also


  1. ^ a b c The World Series Trophy was first awarded in 1967. In 1985, it was re-named the Commissioner's Trophy. From 1970 to 1984, the "Commissioner's Trophy" was the name of the award given to the All-Star Game MVP.
  2. ^ Winston, Lisa (January 1, 2010). "A's Carter pays immediate dividends: Slugger earns MiLBY for Overall Minor League Hitter". MLB Advanced Media, L.P. Retrieved 2011-06-17.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y "2020 Oakland Athletics Media Guide" (PDF). Oakland Athletics. Major League Baseball. 2020. p. 592. Archived (PDF) from the original on June 22, 2020. Retrieved August 12, 2020.
  4. ^ Catfish Hunter Award (2004–present). Baseball-Almanac. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
  5. ^ a b Lee, Jane (Sep 20, 2011). "Willingham selected for Catfish Hunter Award". Retrieved 2014-04-04. [F]or the past seven years has recognized the A's most inspirational player ....
  6. ^ "Sweeney honored by Athletics | Oakland Athletics". Archived from the original on 2015-09-06.
  7. ^ "The San Diego Union-Tribune - San Diego, California & National News".
  8. ^ "Oakland A's name Stephen Vogt recipient of Catfish Hunter Award |". Archived from the original on 2015-09-06.
  9. ^ "Vogt lands 2nd straight Catfish Hunter Award".
  10. ^ Hickey, John (September 23, 2016). "Stephen Vogt wins A's Catfish Hunter Award for third time". East Bay Times. Retrieved September 21, 2019.
  11. ^ Shea, John (September 26, 2017). "A's 2nd baseman Jed Lowrie wins Catfish Hunter Award". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved September 21, 2019.
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