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.

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2015

American League

  • 1B – Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
  • 2B – Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
  • 3B – Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays
  • SS – Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox
  • OF – Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  • OF – Nelson Cruz, Seattle Mariners
  • OF – J.D. Martinez, Detroit Tigers
  • C – Brian McCann, New York Yankees
  • DH – Kendrys Morales, Kansas City Royals

National League

  • 1B – Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 2B – Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
  • 3B – Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies
  • SS – Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants
  • OF – Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
  • OF – Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • OF – Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado Rockies
  • C – Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
  • P – Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants

2014

American League

  • 1B – Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox
  • 2B – Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
  • 3B – Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers
  • SS – Alexei Ramirez, Chicago White Sox
  • OF – Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
  • OF – Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians
  • OF – Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
  • C – Yan Gomes, Cleveland Indians
  • DH – Victor Martinez, Detroit Tigers

National League

  • 1B – Adrian Gonzalez, L.A. Dodgers
  • 2B – Neil Walker, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 3B – Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals
  • SS – Ian Desmond, Washington Nationals
  • OF – Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • OF – Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins
  • OF – Justin Upton, Atlanta Braves
  • C – Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
  • P – Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants

2013

American League

  • 1B – Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles
  • 2B – Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
  • 3B – Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
  • SS – J.J. Hardy, Baltimore Orioles
  • OF – Mike Trout, L.A. Angels
  • OF – Torii Hunter, Detroit Tigers
  • OF – Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles
  • C – Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins
  • DH – David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox

National League

  • 1B – Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 2B – Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
  • 3B – Pedro Alvarez, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • SS – Ian Desmond, Washington Nationals
  • OF – Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • OF – Michael Cuddyer, Colorado Rockies
  • OF – Jay Bruce, Cincinnati Reds
  • C – Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals
  • P – Zack Greinke, Los Angeles Dodgers

2012

American League

  • 1B – Prince Fielder, Detroit Tigers
  • 2B – Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
  • 3B – Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
  • SS – Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
  • OF – Mike Trout, L.A. Angels
  • OF – Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers
  • OF – Josh Willingham, Minnesota Twins
  • C – A.J. Pierzynski, Chicago White Sox
  • DH – Billy Butler, Kansas City Royals

National League

  • 1B – Adam LaRoche, Washington Nationals
  • 2B – Aaron Hill, Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 3B – Chase Headley, San Diego Padres
  • SS – Ian Desmond, Washington Nationals
  • OF – Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • OF – Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
  • OF – Jay Bruce, Cincinnati Reds
  • C – Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
  • P – Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals

2011

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

2010

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

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

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

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 – 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

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