LOUISVILLE SLUGGER since 1884

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Since the earliest days of the game, baseball’s top players and teams have consistently turned to one name in bats: Louisville Slugger. Legendary players from Ty Cobb to Babe Ruth to Hank Aaron all earned their places in baseball history using Louisville Slugger. Today, Louisville Slugger continues to dominate the game at every level of play.

As the Official Bat of Major League Baseball, Louisville Slugger is the choice of more than 60% of all Major League players, including Derek Jeter and A-Rod. And on the college level, more national championships have been won with Louisville Slugger TPX than with any other bat.

 

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER ® SILVER SLUGGER™ AWARDS

The Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Awards are the top offensive honor in Major League Baseball ®. Coaches and managers of Major League teams vote for the players they feel are the best offensive producers at each position in the field in both the American and National Leagues. They base their selections on a combination of offensive statistics including batting average, on-base percentage, and slugging percentage, as well as the coaches’ and managers’ general impressions of a player’s overall offensive value. Managers and coaches are not allowed to vote for players on their own team.

The Silver Slugger Award was instituted by Hillerich & Bradsby in 1980 as a natural extension of the Silver Bat Award, a silver-plated bat presented by Louisville Slugger to the batting champions in the American League and National League. The specially designed Silver Slugger Award is three feet tall and bears the engraved name of the winner and his Silver Slugger teammates in his respective league.

Past winners of the Louisville Silver Slugger Award include such legends of the game such as Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Pete Rose, Cal Ripken, Jr., Don Mattingly, Ryne Sandberg, Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa.

2012 WINNERS

American League                                National League

3B Miguel Cabrera, Tigers                       3B Chase Headley Padres

OF Mike Trout, Angels;                  OF Andrew McCutchen, Pirates;

 OF Josh Hamilton, Rangers;                                  OF Jay Bruce, Reds; 

OF Josh Willingham, Twins                        OF Ryan Braun, Brewers

C  A.J. Pierzynski, White Sox                          C Buster Posey, Giants

1B Prince Fielder, Tigers                   1B Adam LaRoche, Nationals

SS Derek Jeter, Yankees                          SS Ian Desmond, Nationals

2B Robinson Cano, Yankees             2B Aaron Hill, Diamondbacks

DH Billy Butler, Royals                     P Stephen Strasburg, Nationals

 

2011 WINNERS

American League
1B – Adrian Gonzalez, Boston Red Sox
2B – Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
3B – Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers
SS – Asdrubal Cabrera, Cleveland Indians
OF – Curtis Granderson, New York Yankees
OF – Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
OF – Jacoby Ellsbury, Boston Red Sox
C – Alex Avila, Detroit Tigers
DH David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
National League
1B – Prince Fielder, Milwaukee Brewers
2B – Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Reds
3B – Aramis Ramirez, Chicago Cubs
SS – Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Rockies
OF – Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
OF – Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers
OF – Justin Upton, Arizona Diamondbacks
C – Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves
P – Daniel Hudson, Arizona Diamondbacks

Past Winners

2010 WINNERS

American League
1B – Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
2B – Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
3B – Adrian Beltre, Boston Red Sox
SS – Alexei Ramirez, Chicago White Sox
OF – Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
OF – Carl Crawford, Tampa Bay Rays
OF – Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers
C – Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins
DH – Vladimir Guerrero, Texas Rangers
National League
1B – Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
2B – Dan Uggla, Florida Marlins
3B – Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals
SS – Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Rockies
OF – Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
OF – Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado Rockies
OF – Matt Holliday, St. Louis Cardinals
C – Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves
P – Yovani Gallardo, Milwaukee Brewers

2009 WINNERS

American League
1B – Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees
2B – Aaron Hill, Toronto Blue Jays
3B – Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay Rays
SS – Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
OF – Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Mariners
OF – Jason Bay, Boston Red Sox
OF – Torii Hunter, Los Angeles Angels
C – Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins
DH – Adam Lind, Toronto Blue Jays
National League
1B – Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
2B – Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies
3B – Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals
SS – Hanley Ramirez, Florida Marlins
OF – Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
OF – Andre Ethier, Los Angeles Dodgers
OF – Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers
C – Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves
P – Carlos Zambrano, Chicago Cubs

2008 WINNERS

American League
1B – Justin Morneau, Minnesota Twins
2B – Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
3B – Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees
SS – Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
OF – Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers
OF – Carlos Quentin, Chicago White Sox
OF – Grady Sizemore, Cleveland Indians
C – Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins
DH– Aubrey Huff, Baltimore Orioles
National League
1B – Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
2B – Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies
3B – David Wright, New York Mets
SS – Hanley Ramirez, Florida Marlins
OF – Matt Holliday, Colorado Rockies
OF – Ryan Ludwick, St. Louis Cardinals
OF – Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
C – Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves
P – Carlos Zambrano, Chicago Cubs

2007

American League
1B – Carlos Pena, Tampa Bay Devil Rays
2B – Placido Polanco, Detroit Tigers
3B – Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees
SS – Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
OF – Magglio Ordonez, Detroit Tigers
OF – Vladimir Guererro, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
OF – Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Mariners
C – Jorge Posada, New York Yankees
DH – David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
National League
1B – Prince Fielder, Milwaukee Brewers
2B – Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies
3B – David Wright, New York Mets
SS – Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia Phillies
OF – Matt Holliday, Colorado Rockies
OF – Carlos Lee, Houston Astros
OF – Carlos Beltran, New York Mets
C – Russell Martin, Los Angeles Dodgers
P – Micah Owings, Arizona Diamondbacks

2006

American League
1B – Justin Morneau, Minnesota Twins
2B – Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
3B – Joe Crede, Chicago White Sox
SS – Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
OF – Jermaine Dye, Chicago White Sox
OF – Vladimir Guerrero, Los Angeles Angels
OF – Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
C – Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins
DH – David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
National League
1B – Ryan Howard, Philadelphia Phillies
2B – Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies
3B – Miguel Cabrera, Florida Marlins
SS – Jose Reyes, New York Mets
OF – Carlos Beltran, New York Mets
OF – Alfonso Soriano, Washington Nationals
OF – Matt Holliday, Colorado Rockies
C – Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves
P – Carlos Zambrano, Chicago Cubs

2005

American League
1B- Mark Texeira, Texas Rangers
2B- Alfonso Soriano, Texas Rangers
3B- Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees
SS- Miguel Tejada, Baltimore Orioles
OF- Vladimir Guerrero, Anaheim Angels
OF- Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
OF- Gary Sheffield, New York Yankees
C- Jason Varitek, Boston Red Sox
DH- David Oritz, Boston Red Sox
National League
1B- Derrek Lee, Chicago Cubs
2B- Jeff Kent, Los Angeles Dodgers
3B- Morgan Ensberg, Houston Astros
SS- Felipe Lopez, Cincinnati Reds
OF- Andruw Jones, Atlanta Braves
OF- Miguel Cabrera, Florida Marlins
OF- Carlos Lee, Milwaukee Brewers
C- Michael Barrett, Chicago Cubs
P- Jason Marquis, St. Louis Cardinals

2004

American League
1B – Mark Texeira, Texas Rangers
2B – Alfonso Soriano, Texas Rangers
3B – Melvin Mora, Baltimore Orioles
SS – Miguel Tejada, Baltimore Orioles
OF – Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
OF – Gary Sheffield, New York Yankees
OF – Vladimir Guerrero, Anaheim Angels
C (tie) – Ivan Rodriguez, Detroit Tigers
Victor Martinez, Cleveland Indians
DH – David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
National League
1B – Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
2B – Mark Loretta, San Diego Padres
3B – Adrian Beltre, Los Angeles Dodgers
SS – Jack Wilson, Pittsburgh Pirates
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
OF – Jim Edmonds, St. Louis Cardinals
OF – Bobby Abreu, Philadelphia Phillies
C – Johnny Estrada, Atlanta Braves
P – Livan Hernandez, Montreal Expos

2003

American League
1B – Carlos Delgado, Toronto Blue Jays
2B – Bret Boone, Seattle Mariners
3B – Bill Mueller, Boston Red Sox
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers
OF – Vernon Wells, Toronto Blue Jays
OF – Garret Anderson, Anaheim Angles
OF – Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
C – Jorge Posada, New York Yankees
DH – Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners
National League
1B – Todd Helton, Colorado Rockies
2B – Jose Vidro, Montreal Expos
3B – Mike Lowell, Florida Marlins
SS – Edgar Renteria, St. Louis Cardinals
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
OF – Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
OF – Gary Sheffield, Atlanta Braves
C – Javy Lopez, Atlanta Braves
P – Mike Hampton, Atlanta Braves

2002

American League
1B – Jason Giambi, New York Yankees
2B – Alfonso Soriano, New York Yankees
3B – Eric Chavez, Oakland A’s
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers
OF – Magglio Ordonez, Chicago White Sox
OF – Bernie Williams, New York Yankees
OF – Garret Anderson, Anaheim Angels
C – Jorge Posada, New York Yankees
DH – Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
National League
1B – Todd Helton, Colorado Rockies
2B – Jeff Kent, San Francisco Giants
3B – Scott Rolen, St. Louis Cardinals
SS – Edgar Renteria, St. Louis Cardinals
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
OF – Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs
OF – Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal Expos
C – Mike Piazza, New York Mets
P – Mike Hampton, Colorado Rockies

2001

American League
1B – Jason Giambi, Oakland A’s
2B – Bret Boone, Seattle Mariners
3B – Troy Glaus, Anaheim Angels
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers
OF – Juan Gonzalez, Cleveland Indians
OF – Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
OF – Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Mariners
C – Jorge Posada, New York Yankees
DH – Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners
National League
1B – Todd Helton, Colorado Rockies
2B – Jeff Kent, San Francisco Giants
3B – Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
SS – Rich Aurilia, San Francisco Giants
OF – Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
OF – Luis Gonzalez, Arizona Diamondbacks
C – Mike Piazza, New York Mets
P – Mike Hampton, Colorado Rockies

2000

American League
1B – Carlos Delgado, Toronto Blue Jays
2B – Roberto Alomar, Cleveland Indians
3B – Troy Glaus, Anaheim Angels
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners
OF – Darin Erstad, Anaheim Angels
OF – Manny Ramirez, Cleveland Indians
OF – Magglio Ordonez, Chicago White Sox
C – Jorge Posada, New York Yankees
DH – Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox
National League
1B – Todd Helton, Colorado Rockies
2B – Jeff Kent, San Francisco Giants
3B – Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves
SS – Edgar Renteria, St. Louis Cardinals
OF – Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
OF – Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal Expos
C – Mike Piazza, New York Mets
P – Mike Hampton, New York Mets

1999

American League
1B – Carlos Delgado, Toronto Blue Jays
2B – Roberto Alomar, Cleveland Indians
3B – Dean Palmer, Detroit Tigers
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle Mariners
OF – Manny Ramirez, Cleveland Indians
OF – Shawn Green, Toronto Blue Jays
C – Ivan Rodriguez, Texas Rangers
DH – Rafael Palmeiro, Texas Rangers
National League
1B – Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros
2B – Edgardo Alfonzo, New York Mets
3B – Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati Reds
OF – Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs
OF – Larry Walker, Colorado Rockies
OF – Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal Expos
C – Mike Piazza, New York Mets
P – Mike Hampton, Houston Astros

1998

American League
1B – Rafael Palmeiro, Baltimore
2B – Damion Easley, Detroit
3B – Dean Palmer, Detroit
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Seattle
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle
OF – Albert Belle, Chicago
OF – Juan Gonzalez, Texas
C – Ivan Rodriguez, Texas
DH – Jose Canseco, Toronto
National League
1B – Mark McGwire, St. Louis
2B – Craig Biggio, Houston
3B – Vinny Castilla, Colorado
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Sammy Sosa, Chicago
OF – Moises Alou, Houston
OF – Greg Vaughn, San Diego
C – Mike Piazza, New York
P – Tom Glavine, Atlanta

1997

American League
1B – Tino Martinez, New York Yankees
2B – Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota Twins
3B – Matt Williams, Cleveland Indians
SS – Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox
OF – Dave Justice, Cleveland Indians
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle Mariners
OF – Juan Gonzalez, Texas Rangers
C – Ivan Rodriguez, Texas Rangers
DH – Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners
National League
1B – Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros
2B – Craig Biggio, Houston Astros
3B – Vinny Castilla, Colorado Rockies
SS – Jeff Blauser, Atlanta Braves
OF – Larry Walker, Colorado Rockies
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres
C – Mike Piazza, Los Angeles Dodgers
P – John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves

1996

American League
1B – Mark McGwire, Oakland
2B – Roberto Alomar, Baltimore
3B – Jim Thome, Cleveland
SS – Alex Rodriguez, Seattle
OF – Albert Belle, Cleveland
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle
OF – Juan Gonzalez, Texas
C – Ivan Rodriguez, Texas
DH – Paul Molitor, Minnesota
National League
1B – Andres Galarraga, Colorado
2B – Eric Young, Colorado
3B – Ken Caminiti, San Diego
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Ellis Burks, Colorado
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco
OF – Gary Sheffield, Florida
C – Mike Piazza, Los Angeles
P – Tom Glavine, Atlanta

1995

American League
1B – Mo Vaughn, Boston
2B – Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota
3B – Gary Gaetti, Kansas City
SS – John Valentin, Boston
OF – Albert Belle, Cleveland
OF – Tim Salmon, California
OF – Manny Ramirez, Cleveland
C – Ivan Rodriguez, Texas
DH – Edgar Martinez, Seattle
National League
1B – Eric Karros, Los Angeles
2B – Craig Biggio, Houston
3B – Vinny Castilla, Colorado
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Dante Bichette, Colorado
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego
OF – Sammy Sosa, Chicago
C – Mike Piazza, Los Angeles
P – Tom Glavine, Atlanta

1994

American League
1B – Frank Thomas, Chicago
2B – Carlos Baerga, Cleveland
3B – Wade Boggs, New York
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Albert Belle, Cleveland
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle
OF – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota
C – Ivan Rodriguez, Texas
DH – Julio Franco, Chicago
National League
1B – Jeff Bagwell, Houston
2B – Craig Biggio, Houston
3B – Matt Williams, San Francisco
SS – Wil Cordero, Montreal
OF – Moises Alou, Montreal
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego
C – Mike Piazza, Los Angeles
P – Mark Portugal, San Francisco

1993

American League
1B – Frank Thomas, Chicago
2B – Carlos Baerga, Cleveland
3B – Wade Boggs, New York
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Albert Belle, Cleveland
OF – Juan Gonzalez, Texas
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle
C – Mike Stanley, New York
DH – Paul Molitor, Toronto
National League
1B – Fred McGriff, S.D.-Atlanta
2B – Robby Thompson, San Francisco
3B – Matt Williams, San Francisco
SS – Jay Bell, Pittsburgh
OF – Barry Bonds, San Francisco
OF – Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia
OF – David Justice, Atlanta
C – Mike Piazza, Los Angeles
P – Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles

1992

American League
1B – Mark McGwire, Oakland
2B – Roberto Alomar, Toronto
3B – Edgar Martinez, Seattle
SS – Travis Fryman, Detroit
OF – Joe Carter, Toronto
OF – Juan Gonzalez, Texas
OF – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota
C – Mickey Tettleton, Detroit
DH – Dave Winfield, Toronto
National League
1B – Fred McGriff, San Diego
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Gary Sheffield, San Diego
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh
OF – Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh
OF – Larry Walker, Montreal
C – Darren Daulton, Philadelphia
P – Dwight Gooden, New York

1991

American League
1B – Cecil Fielder, Detroit
2B – Julio Franco, Texas
3B – Wade Boggs, Boston
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Jose Canseco, Oakland
OF – Joe Carter, Toronto
OF – Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle
C – Mickey Tettleton, Detroit
DH – Frank Thomas, Chicago
National League
1B – Will Clark, San Francisco
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Howard Johnson, New York
SS – Barry Larkin Cincinnati
OF – Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh
OF – Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh
OF – Ron Gant, Atlanta
C – Benito Santiago, San Diego
P – Tom Glavine, Atlanta

1990

American League
1B – Cecil Fielder, Detroit
2B – Julio Franco, Texas
3B – Kelly Gruber, Toronto
SS – Alan Trammell, Detroit
OF – Rickey Henderson, Oakland
OF – Jose Canseco, Oakland
OF – Ellis Burks, Boston
C – Lance Parrish, California
DH – Dave Parker, Milwaukee
National League
1B – Eddie Murray, Los Angeles
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Matt Williams, San Francisco
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh
OF – Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh
OF – Darryl Strawberry, New York
C – Benito Santiago, San Diego
P – Don Robinson, San Francisco

1989

American League
1B – Fred McGriff, Toronto
2B – Julio Franco, Texas
3B – Wade Boggs, Boston
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota
OF – Ruben Sierra, Texas
OF – Robin Yount, Milwaukee
C – Mickey Tettelton, Baltimore
DH – Harold Baines, Ch.-Tex.
National League
1B – Will Clark, San Francisco
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Howard Johnson, New York
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego
OF – Eric Davis, Cincinnati
C – Craig Biggio, Houston
P – Don Robinson, San Francisco

1988

American League
1B – George Brett, Kansas City
2B – Julio Franco, Cleveland
3B – Wade Boggs, Boston
SS – Alan Trammell, Detroit
OF – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota
OF – Jose Canseco, Oakland
OF – Mike Greenwell, Boston
C – Carlton Fisk, Chicago
DH – Paul Molitor, Milwaukee
National League
1B – Andre Galarraga, Montreal
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Bobby Bonilla Pittsburgh
SS – Barry Larkin, Cincinnati
OF – Darryl Strawberry, NewYork
OF – Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh
OF – Kirk Gibson, Los Angeles
C – Benito Santiago, San Diego
P – Tim Leary. Los Angeles

1987

American League
1B – Don Mattingly, New York
2B – Lou Whitaker, Detroit
3B – Wade Boggs, Boston
SS – Alan Trammell, Detroit
OF – George Bell, Toronto
OF – Dwight Evans, Boston
OF – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota
C – Matt Nokes, Detroit
DH – Paul Molitor, Milwaukee
National League
1B – Jack Clark, St. Louis
2B – Juan Samuel, Philadelphia
3B – Tim Wallach, Montreal
SS – Ozzie Smith, St. Louis
OF – Andre Dawson, Chicago
OF – Eric Davis, Cincinnati
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego
C – Benito Santiago, San Diego
P – Bob Forsch, St. Louis

1986

American League
1B – Don Mattingly, New York
2B – Frank White, Kansas City
3B – Wade Boggs, Boston
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – George Bell, Toronto
OF – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota
OF – Jesse Barfield, Toronto
C – Lance Parrish, Detroit
DH – Don Baylor, Boston
National League
1B – Glenn Davis, Houston
2B – Steve Sax, Los Angeles
3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia
SS – Hubie Brooks, Montreal
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego
OF – Tim Raines, Montreal
OF – Dave Parker, Cincinnati
C – Gary Carter, New York
P – Rick Rhoden, Pittsburgh

1985

American League
1B – Don Mattingly, New York
2B – Lou Whitaker, Detroit
3B – George Brett, Kansas
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Rickey Henderson, New York
OF – Dave Winfield, New York
OF – George Bell, Toronto
C – Carlton Fisk, Chicago
DH – Don Baylor, New York
National League
1B – Jack Clark, St. Louis
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Tim Wallach, Montreal
SS – Hubie Brooks, Montreal
OF – Willie McGee, St. Louis
OF – Dale Murphy, Atlanta
OF – Dave Parker, Cincinnati
C – Gary Carter, New York
P – Rick Rhoden, Pittsburgh

1984

American League
1B – Eddie Murray, Baltimore
2B – Lou Whitaker, Detroit
3B – Buddy Bell, Texas
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Tony Armas, Boston
OF – Jim Rice, Boston
OF – Dave Winfield, New York
C – Lance Parrish, Detroit
DH – Andre Thornton, Cleveland
National League
1B – Keith Hernandez, New York
2B – Ryne Sandberg, Chicago
3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia
SS – Garry Templeton, San Diego
OF – Dale Murphy, Atlanta
OF – Jose Cruz, Houston
OF – Tony Gwynn, San Diego
C – Gary Carter, Montreal
P – Rick Rhoden, Pittsburgh

1983

American League
1B – Eddie Murray, Baltimore
2B – Lou Whitaker, Detroit
3B – Wade Boggs, Boston
SS – Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore
OF – Jim Rice, Boston
OF – Dave Winfield, New York
OF – Lloyd Moseby, Toronto
C – Lance Parrish, Detroit
DH – Don Baylor, New York
National League
1B – George Hendrick, St. Louis
2B – Johnny Ray, Pittsburgh
3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia
SS – Dickie Thon, Houston
OF – Andre Dawson, Montreal
OF – Dale Murphy, Atlanta
OF – Jose Cruz, Houston
C – Terry Kennedy, San Diego
P – Fernando Valenzuela, Los Angeles

1982

American League
1B – Cecil Cooper, Milwaukee
2B – Demaso Garcia, Toronto
3B – Doug DeCinces, California
SS – Robin Yount, Milwaukee
OF – Dave Winfield, New York
OF – Willie Wilson, Kansas
OF – Reggie Jackson, California
C – Lance Parrish, Detroit
DH – Hal McRae, Kansas City
National League
1B – Al Oliver, Montreal
2B – Joe Morgan, San Francisco
3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia
SS – Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati
OF – Dale Murphy, Atlanta
OF – Pedro Guerrero, Los Angeles
OF – Leon Durham, Chicago
C – Gary Carter, Montreal
P – Don Robinson, Pittsburgh

1981

American League
1B – Cecil Cooper, Milwaukee
2B – Bobby Grich, California
3B – Carney Lansford, Boston
SS – Rick Burleson, California
OF – Rickey Henderson, Oakland
OF – Dave Winfield, New York
OF – Dwight Evans, Boston
C – Carlton Fisk, Chicago
DH – Al Oliver, Texas
National League
1B – Pete Rose, Philadelphia
2B – Manny Trillo, Philadelphia
3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia
SS – Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati
OF – Andre Dawson, Montreal
OF – George Foster, Cincinnati
OF – Dusty Baker, Los Angeles
C – Gary Carter, Montreal
P – Fernando Valenzuela, Los Angeles

1980

American League
1B – Cecil Cooper, Milwaukee
2B – Willie Randolph, New York
3B – George Brett, Kansas City
SS – Robin Yount, Milwaukee
OF – Ben Oglivie, Milwaukee
OF – Al Oliver, Texas
OF – Willie Wilson, Kansas City
C – Lance Parrish, Detroit
DH – Reggie Jackson, New York
National League
1B – Keith Hernandez, St. Louis
2B – Manny Trillo, Philadelphia
3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia
SS – Gary Templeton, St. Louis
OF – Dusty Baker, Los Angeles
OF – Andre Dawson, Montreal
OF – George Hendrick, St. Louis
C – Ted Simmons, St. Louis
P – Bob Forsch, St. Louis

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