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2011 Silver Slugger Awards

2011 Silver Slugger Awards

The Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Award is yet another prestigious award given to those players who are arguably the best offensive players at their respected position. Players are chosen from both the American League and the National League at each position and voted on by the coaches and managers from both leagues. Check out the winners below!


American League
C – Alex Avila, Tigers – First Time Winner
1B – Adrian Gonzalez, Red Sox – First Time Winner
2B – Robinson Cano, Yankees
SS – Asdrubal Cabrera, Indians – First Time Winner
3B – Adrian Beltre, Rangers
OF – Curtis Granderson, Yankees – First Time Winner
OF – Jose Bautista, Blue Jays
OF – Jacoby Ellsbury, Red Sox – First Time Winner
DH – David Ortiz, Red Sox

National League
C – Brian McCann, Braves
P – Daniel Hudson, Diamondbacks – First Time Winner
1B – Prince Fielder, Brewers
2B – Brandon Phillips, Reds – First Time Winner
SS – Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies
3B Aramis Ramirez, Cubs – First Time Winner
OF – Matt Kemp, Dodgers
OF – Justin Upton, Diamondbacks – First Time Winner
OF – Ryan Braun, Brewers

Fun Facts –

• Tigers Catchers have won 10 out of 32 Silver Slugger Awards since the awards began in 1980
• Curtis Granderson is the first player in MLB history to finish a season with at least 40 homers, 10 triples, and 25 stolen bases
• Jacoby Ellsbury led the regular season in extra-base hits with 83
• This year (2011) the Yankees and Diamondbacks were the only two teams with multiple players winning the award

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