List of Silver Slugger Award winners at outfield

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, and Tony Gwynn have each won seven Silver Sluggers in the outfield;[8][9][10] Juan González, Kirby Puckett, and Sammy Sosa have won six times.[11][12][13] Two players have won five times (Albert Belle and Dave Winfield),[14][15] and four-time winners include Andre Dawson, Matt Holliday, Dale Murphy, Gary Sheffield, and Ryan Braun.[16][17][18][19] There have also been 7 three-time outfield winners and 18 two-time awardees.[4][5] The most recent winners are Ryan Braun, Matt Kemp, and Justin Upton in the National League, and José Bautista, Curtis Granderson, and Jacoby Ellsbury 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.[20] Magglio Ordóñez' 2007 average is the best in the American League (.363).[21] 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),[14] Griffey (56 home runs in 1997 and 1998),[8] and Ramírez (.457 on-base percentage in 2000).[7] 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).[13]

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

YearPlayerTeamAVGOBPSLGHRRBIRef
1980Ben OglivieMilwaukee Brewers.304.362.56341118[22]
1980Al OliverTexas Rangers.319.357.48019117[23]
1980Willie WilsonKansas City Royals.326.357.421349[24]
1981Dwight EvansBoston Red Sox.296.415.5222271[25]
1981Rickey HendersonOakland Athletics.319.408.437635[26]
1981Dave WinfieldNew York Yankees.294.360.4641368[27]
1982Reggie JacksonCalifornia Angels.275.375.53239101[28]
1982Willie WilsonKansas City Royals.332.365.431346[29]
1982Dave WinfieldNew York Yankees.280.331.56037106[30]
1983Lloyd MosebyToronto Blue Jays.315.376.4991881[31]
1983Jim RiceBoston Red Sox.305.361.55039126[32]
1983Dave WinfieldNew York Yankees.283.345.51332116[33]
1984Tony ArmasBoston Red Sox.268.300.53143123[34]
1984Jim RiceBoston Red Sox.280.323.46728122[34]
1984Dave WinfieldNew York Yankees.340.393.51519100[35]
1985George BellToronto Blue Jays.275.327.4792895[36]
1985Rickey HendersonNew York Yankees.314.419.5162472[37]
1985Dave WinfieldNew York Yankees.275.328.47126114[37]
1986Jesse BarfieldToronto Blue Jays.289.368.55940108[38]
1986George BellToronto Blue Jays.309.349.53231108[38]
1986Kirby PuckettMinnesota Twins.328.366.5373196[39]
1987George BellToronto Blue Jays.308.352.60547134[40]
1987Dwight EvansBoston Red Sox.305.417.56934123[41]
1987Kirby PuckettMinnesota Twins.332.367.5342899[42]
1988Jose CansecoOakland Athletics.307.391.56942124[43]
1988Mike GreenwellBoston Red Sox.325.416.53122119[44]
1988Kirby PuckettMinnesota Twins.356.375.54524121[45]
1989Kirby PuckettMinnesota Twins.339.379.465985[46]
1989Rubén SierraTexas Rangers.306.347.54329119[47]
1989Robin YountMilwaukee Brewers.318.384.51121103[48]
1990Ellis BurksBoston Red Sox.296.349.4862189[49]
1990Jose CansecoOakland Athletics.274.371.54337101[50]
1990Rickey HendersonOakland Athletics.325.439.5772861[50]
1991Jose CansecoOakland Athletics.266.359.55644122[51]
1991Joe CarterToronto Blue Jays.273.330.50333108[52]
1991Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.327.399.52722100[53]
1992Joe CarterToronto Blue Jays.264.309.49834119[54]
1992Juan GonzálezTexas Rangers.260.304.52943109[55]
1992Kirby PuckettMinnesota Twins.329.374.49019110[56]
1993Albert BelleCleveland Indians.290.370.55238129[57]
1993Juan GonzálezTexas Rangers.310.368.63246118[58]
1993Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.309.408.61745109[59]
1994Albert BelleCleveland Indians.357.438.71436101[60]
1994Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.323.402.6744090[61]
1994Kirby PuckettMinnesota Twins.317.362.54020112[62]
1995Albert BelleCleveland Indians.317.401.69050126[63]
1995Manny RamirezCleveland Indians.308.402.55831107[63]
1995Tim SalmonCalifornia Angels.330.429.59434105[64]
1996Albert BelleCleveland Indians.311.410.62348148[65]
1996Juan GonzálezTexas Rangers.314.368.64347144[66]
1996Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.303.392.62849140[67]
1997David JusticeCleveland Indians.329.418.59633101[68]
1997Juan GonzálezTexas Rangers.296.335.58942131[69]
1997Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.304.382.64656147[70]
1998Albert BelleChicago White Sox.328.399.65549152[71]
1998Juan GonzálezTexas Rangers.318.366.63045157[72]
1998Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.284.365.61156146[73]
1999Shawn GreenToronto Blue Jays.309.384.58842123[74]
1999Ken Griffey, Jr.Seattle Mariners.285.384.57648134[75]
1999Manny RamirezCleveland Indians.333.442.66344165[76]
2000Darin ErstadAnaheim Angels.355.409.54125100[77]
2000Magglio OrdóñezChicago White Sox.315.371.54632126[78]
2000Manny RamirezCleveland Indians.351.457.69738122[79]
2001Juan GonzálezCleveland Indians.325.370.59035140[80]
2001Manny RamirezBoston Red Sox.306.405.60941125[81]
2001Ichiro SuzukiSeattle Mariners.350.381.457869[82]
2002Garret AndersonAnaheim Angels.306.332.53929123[83]
2002Magglio OrdóñezChicago White Sox.320.381.59738135[84]
2002Bernie WilliamsNew York Yankees.333.415.49319102[85]
2003Garret AndersonAnaheim Angels.315.345.54129116[86]
2003Manny RamirezBoston Red Sox.325.427.58737104[87]
2003Vernon WellsToronto Blue Jays.317.359.55033117[88]
2004Vladimir GuerreroAnaheim Angels.337.391.59839126[89]
2004Manny RamirezBoston Red Sox.308.397.61343130[90]
2004Gary SheffieldNew York Yankees.290.393.53436121[91]
2005Vladimir GuerreroLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.317.394.56532108[92]
2005Manny RamirezBoston Red Sox.292.388.59445144[93]
2005Gary SheffieldNew York Yankees.291.379.51234123[94]
2006Jermaine DyeChicago White Sox.315.385.62244120[95]
2006Vladimir GuerreroLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.329.382.55233116[96]
2006Manny RamirezBoston Red Sox.321.439.61935102[97]
2007Vladimir GuerreroLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.324.403.54727125[98]
2007Magglio OrdóñezDetroit Tigers.363.434.59528139[99]
2007Ichiro SuzukiSeattle Mariners.351.396.431668[100]
2008Josh HamiltonTexas Rangers.304.371.53032130[101]
2008Carlos QuentinChicago White Sox.288.394.57136100[102]
2008Grady SizemoreCleveland Indians.268.374.5023390[103]
2009Jason BayBoston Red Sox.267.384.53736119[104]
2009Torii HunterLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.299.366.5082290[105]
2009Ichiro SuzukiSeattle Mariners.352.386.4651146[106]
2010José BautistaToronto Blue Jays.260.378.46554124[107]
2010Carl CrawfordTampa Bay Rays.307.356.4951990[108]
2010Josh HamiltonTexas Rangers.359.411.63332100[109]
2011Curtis GrandersonNew York Yankees.262.364.55241119[110]
2011José BautistaToronto Blue Jays.302.447.60843103[111]
2011Jacoby EllsburyBoston Red Sox.321.376.55232105[112]
2012Josh HamiltonTexas Rangers.285.354.57743128[113]
2012Mike TroutLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.326.399.5643083[114]
2012Josh WillinghamMinnesota Twins.260.366.52435110[115]
2013Torii HunterDetroit Tigers.304.334.4651784[116]
2013Adam JonesBaltimore Orioles.285.318.49333108[117]
2013Mike TroutLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.323.432.5572797[118]
2014José BautistaToronto Blue Jays.286.403.52435103[119]
2014Michael BrantleyCleveland Indians.327.385.5062097[120]
2014Mike TroutLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.287.377.56136111[121]
2015Nelson CruzSeattle Mariners.302.369.4194493[122]
2015J. D. MartinezDetroit Tigers.282.344.53538102[123]
2015Mike TroutLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.299.402.5904190[124]
2016Mookie BettsBoston Red Sox.318.363.53431113[125]
2016Mike TroutLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim.315.441.55029100[126]
2016Mark TrumboBaltimore Orioles.256.316.53347108[127]
2017Aaron JudgeNew York Yankees.284.422.62752114[128]
2017George SpringerHouston Astros.283.367.5223485[129]
2017Justin UptonDetroit Tigers
Los Angeles Angels
.273.361.54035109[130][131]

National League winners

YearPlayerTeamAVGOBPSLGHRRBIRef
1980Dusty BakerLos Angeles Dodgers.294.339.5032997[132]
1980Andre DawsonMontreal Expos.308.358.4921787[133]
1980George HendrickSt. Louis Cardinals.302.342.49825109[134]
1981Dusty BakerLos Angeles Dodgers.320.363.445949[135]
1981Andre DawsonMontreal Expos.302.365.5532464[136]
1981George FosterCincinnati Reds.295.373.5192290[137]
1982Leon DurhamChicago Cubs.312.388.5212290[138]
1982Pedro GuerreroLos Angeles Dodgers.304.378.53632100[139]
1982Dale MurphyAtlanta Braves.281.378.50736109[140]
1983José CruzHouston Astros.318.385.4631492[141]
1983Andre DawsonMontreal Expos.299.338.53932113[142]
1983Dale MurphyAtlanta Braves.302.393.54036121[143]
1984José CruzHouston Astros.312.381.4621295[144]
1984Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.351.410.444571[145]
1984Dale MurphyAtlanta Braves.290.372.54736100[146]
1985Willie McGeeSt. Louis Cardinals.353.384.5031082[147]
1985Dale MurphyAtlanta Braves.300.388.53937111[148]
1985Dave ParkerCincinnati Reds.312.365.55134125[149]
1986Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.329.381.4671459[150]
1986Dave ParkerCincinnati Reds.273.330.47731116[151]
1986Tim RainesMontreal Expos.334.413.476962[152]
1987Eric DavisCincinnati Reds.293.399.59337100[153]
1987Andre DawsonChicago Cubs.287.328.56849137[154]
1987Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.370.447.511754[155]
1988Kirk GibsonLos Angeles Dodgers.290.377.4832576[156]
1988Darryl StrawberryNew York Mets.269.366.54539101[157]
1988Andy Van SlykePittsburgh Pirates.288.345.50625100[158]
1989Eric DavisCincinnati Reds.281.367.54134101[159]
1989Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.336.389.424462[160]
1989Kevin MitchellSan Francisco Giants.291.388.63547125[161]
1990Barry Bonds*Pittsburgh Pirates.301.406.56533114[162]
1990Bobby BonillaPittsburgh Pirates.280.322.51832120[162]
1990Darryl StrawberryLos Angeles Dodgers.277.361.51837108[163]
1991Barry Bonds*Pittsburgh Pirates.292.410.51425116[164]
1991Bobby BonillaPittsburgh Pirates.302.391.49218100[164]
1991Ron GantAtlanta Braves.251.338.49632105[165]
1992Barry Bonds*Pittsburgh Pirates.311.456.62434103[166]
1992Andy Van SlykePittsburgh Pirates.324.381.5051489[166]
1992Larry WalkerMontreal Expos.301.353.5062393[167]
1993Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.336.458.67746123[168]
1993Lenny DykstraPhiladelphia Phillies.305.420.4821966[169]
1993David JusticeAtlanta Braves.270.357.51540120[170]
1994Moisés AlouMontreal Expos.339.397.5922278[171]
1994Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.312.426.6473781[172]
1994Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.394.454.5681264[173]
1995Dante BichetteColorado Rockies.340.364.62040128[174]
1995Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.368.404.484990[175]
1995Sammy SosaChicago Cubs.268.340.50036119[176]
1996Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.308.461.61542129[177]
1996Ellis BurksColorado Rockies.344.408.63940128[178]
1996Gary SheffieldFlorida Marlins.314.465.62442120[179]
1997Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.291.446.58540101[180]
1997Tony GwynnSan Diego Padres.372.409.54717119[181]
1997Larry WalkerColorado Rockies.366.452.72049130[182]
1998Moisés AlouHouston Astros.312.399.58238124[183]
1998Sammy SosaChicago Cubs.308.377.64766158[184]
1998Greg VaughnSan Diego Padres.272.363.59750119[185]
1999Vladimir GuerreroMontreal Expos.316.378.60042131[186]
1999Sammy SosaChicago Cubs.288.367.63563141[187]
1999Larry WalkerColorado Rockies.379.458.71037115[188]
2000Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.306.440.68849106[189]
2000Vladimir GuerreroMontreal Expos.345.410.66444123[190]
2000Sammy SosaChicago Cubs.320.406.63450138[191]
2001Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.328.515.86373137[192]
2001Luis GonzalezArizona Diamondbacks.325.429.68857142[193]
2001Sammy SosaChicago Cubs.328.437.73764160[194]
2002Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.370.582.79946110[195]
2002Vladimir GuerreroMontreal Expos.336.417.59339111[196]
2002Sammy SosaChicago Cubs.288.399.59449108[197]
2003Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.341.529.7494590[198]
2003Albert PujolsSt. Louis Cardinals.359.439.66743124[199]
2003Gary SheffieldAtlanta Braves.330.419.60439132[200]
2004Bobby AbreuPhiladelphia Phillies.301.428.54430105[201]
2004Barry Bonds*San Francisco Giants.362.609.81245101[202]
2004Jim EdmondsSt. Louis Cardinals.301.418.64342111[203]
2005Miguel CabreraFlorida Marlins.323.385.56133116[204]
2005Andruw JonesAtlanta Braves.263.347.57551128[205]
2005Carlos LeeMilwaukee Brewers.265.324.48732114[206]
2006Carlos BeltránNew York Mets.275.388.59441116[207]
2006Matt HollidayColorado Rockies.326.387.58634114[208]
2006Alfonso SorianoWashington Nationals.277.351.5604695[209]
2007Carlos BeltránNew York Mets.276.353.52533112[210]
2007Matt HollidayColorado Rockies.340.405.60736137[211]
2007Carlos LeeHouston Astros.303.354.52832119[212]
2008Ryan BraunMilwaukee Brewers.285.335.55337106[213]
2008Matt HollidayColorado Rockies.321.409.5382588[214]
2008Ryan LudwickSt. Louis Cardinals.299.375.59137113[215]
2009Ryan BraunMilwaukee Brewers.320.386.55132114[216]
2009Andre EthierLos Angeles Dodgers.272.361.50831106[217]
2009Matt KempLos Angeles Dodgers.297.352.49026101[217]
2010Ryan BraunMilwaukee Brewers.304.365.50125103[218]
2010Carlos GonzálezColorado Rockies.336.376.59834117[219]
2010Matt HollidaySt. Louis Cardinals.312.390.53228103[220]
2011Ryan BraunMilwaukee Brewers.332.397.59733111[221]
2011Matt KempLos Angeles Dodgers.324.399.58639126[222]
2011Justin UptonArizona Diamondbacks.289.369.5293188[223]
2012Ryan BraunMilwaukee Brewers.319.391.59541112[224]
2012Jay BruceCincinnati Reds.252.327.5143499[225]
2012Andrew McCutchenPittsburgh Pirates.327.400.5533196[226]
2013Jay BruceCincinnati Reds.262.329.47830109[227]
2013Michael CuddyerColorado Rockies.331.389.5302084[228]
2013Andrew McCutchenPittsburgh Pirates.317.404.5082184[229]
2014Andrew McCutchenPittsburgh Pirates.314.410.5422583[230]
2014Giancarlo StantonMiami Marlins.288.395.55537105[231]
2014Justin UptonAtlanta Braves.270.342.49129102[232]
2015Carlos GonzálezColorado Rockies.271.325.5404097[233]
2015Bryce HarperWashington Nationals.330.460.6494299[234]
2015Andrew McCutchenPittsburgh Pirates.292.401.4882396[235]
2016Charlie BlackmonColorado Rockies.324.381.5522982[236]
2016Yoenis CespedesNew York Mets.280.354.5303186[237]
2016Christian YelichMiami Marlins.298.376.4832198[238]
2017Charlie BlackmonColorado Rockies.331.399.60137104[239]
2017Marcell OzunaMiami Marlins.312.376.54837124[240]
2017Giancarlo StantonMiami Marlins.281.376.63159132[241]

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