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Minor League Baseball Announces 2023 Triple-A Awards and All-Star Team

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MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ANNOUNCES 2023 TRIPLE-A LEAGUE AWARDS AND ALL-STAR TEAMS

Memphis’ Baker and Oklahoma City’s Busch claim Most Valuable Player Awards

Minor League Baseball Press Release

Oct. 4, 2023 — Minor League Baseball™ (MiLB™) today announced the league awards and All-Star teams for the two leagues that make up the Triple-A classification. Votes were cast by league managers, and final decisions were determined by the Commissioner’s Office.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

PositionNameTeamMLB AffiliateStats
Hitters: AVG/OBP/SLG, OPS, HR, RBI
Pitchers: G, W-L, ERA, K, Sv
Managers: W-L
First BaseLuken BakerMemphisSt. Louis.334/.439/.720, 1.159, 33 HR, 98 RBI
Second BaseJonathan ArandaDurhamTampa Bay.339/.449/.613, 1.062, 25 HR, 81 RBI
ShortstopWeston WilsonLehigh ValleyPhiladelphia.259/.363/.515, .878, 31 HR, 86 RBI
Third BaseJustyn-Henry MalloyToledoDetroit.277/.417/.474, .891, 23 HR, 83 RBI
CatcherIvan HerreraMemphisSt. Louis.297/.451/.500, .951, 10 HR, 60 RBI
OutfieldEstevan FlorialScranton/W-BNew York (AL).284/.380/.565, .945, 28 HR, 79 RBI
OutfieldColton CowserNorfolkBaltimore.300/.417/.520, .937, 17 HR, 62 RBI
OutfieldWilyer AbreuWorcesterBoston.274/.391/.538, .929, 22 HR, 65 RBI
Designated HitterChristian Encarnacion-StrandLouisvilleCincinnati.331/.405/.637, 1.042, 20 HR, 62 RBI
UtilityXavier EdwardsJacksonvilleMiami.351/.429/.457, .886, 7 RBI, 47 RBI
Starting PitcherRobert GasserNashvilleMilwaukee26 G, 9-1, 3.79 ERA, 166 SO
Starting PitcherQuinn PriesterIndianapolisPittsburgh22 G, 9-4, 4.00 ERA, 116 SO
Starting PitcherAllan WinansGwinnettAtlanta23 G, 9-4, 2.85 ERA, 113 SO
Starting PitcherLouie VarlandSt. PaulMinnesota16 G, 7-1, 3.97 ERA, 88 SO
RelieverAnthony MaldonadoJacksonvilleMiami34 G, 7-3, 1.76 ERA, 71 SO, 9 SV
RelieverKody FunderburkSt. PaulMinnesota37 G, 4-1, 2.60 ERA, 75 SO, 5 SV
Manager of the YearBuck BrittonNorfolkBaltimoreInt’l League and Triple-A Champions
Most Valuable PlayerLuken BakerMemphisSt. Louis.334/.439/.720, 1.159, 33 HR, 98 RBI
Pitcher of the YearRobert GasserNashvilleMilwaukee26 G, 9-1, 3.79 ERA, 166 SO
Top MLB ProspectMasyn WinnMemphisSt. Louis.288/.359/.474, .833, 18 HR, 61 RBI

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

PositionNameTeamMLB AffiliateStats
Hitters: AVG/OBP/SLG, OPS, HR, RBI
Pitchers: G, W-L, ERA, K, Sv
Managers: W-L
First BaseTrey CabbageSalt LakeLos Angeles (AL).306/.379/.596, .975, 30 HR, 89 RBI
Second BaseMichael StefanicSalt LakeLos Angeles (AL).365/.463/.467, .930, 5 HR, 62 RBI
ShortstopTyler FitzgeraldSacramentoSan Francisco.287/.358/.499, .857, 20 HR, 69 RBI
Third BaseMichael BuschOklahoma CityLos Angeles (NL).323/.431/.618, 1.049, 27 HR, 90 RBI
CatcherSam HuffRound RockTexas.298/.399/.548, .947, 17 HR, 67 RBI
OutfieldCody ThomasLas VegasOakland.301/.361/.562, .923, 23 HR, 109 RBI
OutfieldDominic CanzoneRenoArizona.354/.431/.634, 1.065, 16 HR, 71 RBI
OutfieldJo AdellSalt LakeLos Angeles (AL).273/.375/.586, .961, 24 HR, 57 RBI
Designated HitterTrenton BrooksSacramentoSan Francisco.286/.400/.516, .916, 22 HR, 90 RBI
UtilityCoco MontesAlbuquerqueColorado.317/.400/.550, .915, 22 HR, 89 RBI
Starting PitcherCody BradfordRound RockTexas14 G, 9-2, 3.63 ERA, 65 SO
Starting PitcherGavin StoneOklahoma CityLos Angeles (NL)21 G, 7-4, 4.74 ERA, 120 SO
Starting PitcherKyle HarrisonSacramentoSan Francisco20 G, 1-3, 4.66 ERA, 105 SO
Starting PitcherRobert DuggerRound RockTexas29 G, 7-10, 4.31 ERA, 143 SO
RelieverRiley O’BrienTacomaSeattle51 G, 2-5, 2.29 ERA, 86 SO, 15 SV
RelieverRay KerrEl PasoSan Diego36 G, 6-0, 2.25 ERA, 42 SO, 10 SV
Manager of the YearFran RiordanLas VegasOakland75-74 record
Most Valuable PlayerMichael BuschOklahoma CityLos Angeles (NL).323/.431/.618, 1.049, 27 HR, 90 RBI
Pitcher of the YearCody BradfordRound RockTexas14 G, 9-2, 3.63 ERA, 65 SO
Top MLB ProspectMichael BuschOklahoma CityLos Angeles (NL).323/.431/.618, 1.049, 27 HR, 90 RBI

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