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2021 announcement for all MLB teams

2021 announcement for all MLB teams

The members of the third edition of the MLB Team were announced Tuesday night on MLB Network and among those selected for the first and second teams was a large presence from Latina players.

As was the case in 2019 and 2020, the 2021 winners were chosen through a process where 50% of the vote was in the hands of fans and the other 50% by a panel of experts. The MLB All is divided into teams one and two, each with a catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, short and short hitter, plus three off-field players, five starting bowlers, and two moderators.

These are the 2021 winners:

BD: Shuhei Ohtani, Angelino. NS: Salvador Perez, Royals. 1b: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Blue Jays. 2B: Marcus Simin, Blue Jays. SS: Fernando Tates Jr., Parents. 3b: Austin Riley, Braavos. from: Juan Jose Soto, Citizens. from: Bryce Harper, Phyllis. from: Aaron Judge, Yankees. The: Max Scherzer, The Dodgers. The: Corbin Burns, Brewers. The: Walker Bowler, The Dodgers. The: Ruby Ray, Azulejos. The: Gerrit Cole, Yankees. LR: Liam Hendricks, Medias Blancas. LR: Josh Hader, Brewers.

Bahraini dinar: Jordan Alvarez, Astros. NS: Buster Posey, Gigantes. 1b: Freddy Freeman, Braeves. 2B: Ozzy Albis, Braavos. SS: Tria Turner, Dodgers. 3b: Raphael Devers, Red Sox. from: Nick Castellanos, Reds. from: Kyle Tucker, Astros. from: Tuscar Hernandez, Blue Jays. The: Shohei Ohtani, Angelenos. The: Julio César Urías, Dodgers. The: Kevin Gusman, Gigantes. The: Max Fried, Braavos. The: Zach Wheeler, Phyllis. LR: Russell Iglesias, Angels. LR: Kenley Janssen, Dodgers.

First team members

Designated hitter: Shuhei Ohtani

Catcher: Salvador Perez, Royals

Venezuelan Perez, who also won this honor in 2020, had an impressive season at the age of 31. Not only did he beat his previous home record of 27 times, but also gave him 48 home runs tying MLB lead Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in that category, breaking Jonny Bench’s record for most home runs in a season through an apparatus. wide reception. . , in effect since 1970, equals Cuban Jorge Soler’s franchise record.

First rule: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays

Guerrero has exploded this season, as Perez tied for the MLB home lead (48), while leading the major races (123) and Los Angeles in the OPS (1002). This is 22-year-old Guerrero’s first choice for this band, and everything indicates that he will be the first of many.

Second base: Marcus Simin, Blue Jays

He was named to the second team in 2019, as a difficult year 2020 saw Semien agree to a one-year contract with Blue Jays that required a move. He ended up setting a home record for a second baseman (45) while hitting 873 OPS with 102 RBIs and scoring 115.

Shortstop: Fernando Tates Jr., Padres

Although he fought all season with a left shoulder injury, Tates managed 0.975 points per second as well as 42 home points, 25 base steals, 97 offensive points, and 99 points. This is the second time in a row that Tatis Jr. has been selected. , at just 22 years old, is in the All-MLB First Team.

Third base: Austin Riley, Braves

Forward player: Juan Soto, Nationals

At age 22, Soto drove the MLB with an impressive .465 OBP and 145 walks. He made 29 home runs and drove in 95 innings to become an MLB team member for the third time and part of the first team for the second year in a row.

Attacking player: Bryce Harper, Phyllis

Harper was included for the first time in the All MLB Team after placing first in the Big Top with 1,044 OPS and 42 doubles, as well as 35 home runs, 84 RBIs and 101 points.

Jardinero: Aaron Judge, Yankees

After missing 142 games between 2018 and 2020, Judge had a .916 OPS, hit 39 home runs and led in 98 scoring streaks in 149 games. He is his first choice for the All MLB team.

Abrador: Max Scherzer, Dodgers

The future Hall of Fame posted a combined mark of 15-4 with a 2.46 ERA, 236 stroke and 0.86 WHIP, the best in the MLB, between the Nationals and Dodgers. But what stood out the most was that he scored a 7-0 and 0.78 ERA with 79 strokes in his first 58 innings with the Dodgers.

Author: Corbin Burnes, Brewers

The 27-year-old right-hander won his first match for Cy Young this month and has now added his first selection to the All-MLB Team. He had an ERA of 2.43, an FIP of 1.63, a 6.88 strike-per-ticket ratio and an ERA+ of 176, leading the MLB in all of these categories.

Aberador: Walker Buehler, Dodgers

Beginning: Ruby Ray Blue Jays

Ray regained control and earned LA Cy Young and his first MLB team call-up. He led L.A. in EFE (2.84), roles (193.1), EFE+ (154) and WHIP (1,045), as well as leading the strike majors with 248.

Start: Gerrit Cole, Yankees

Elected to the MLB All Team for the third time and the first team for the second time, Cole earned a 3.23 ERA and 243 strike action in 181.1 innings, placing second in the LA Cy Young vote.

Savior: Josh Hader, Brewers

With 34 saves and 1.23 ERA, Hader has continued to establish himself as one of the best savers of his generation. It’s his second call to the All MLB Team, after he was also on the first team in 2019.

Savior: Liam Hendrix, White Sox

In his first season in Chicago, Hendriks left an era of 2.54, a WHIP of 0.73 which was the best in MLB and 38 saves, and topped the MLS.