Baseball Awards Of 2021

These awards include the Gold Glove, an award given to the best defensive player at each position in MLB baseball.

The outstanding note of the winners of this 2021 award went to the St. Louis Cardinals, who became the first baseball team in the existence of the Major Leagues, in which five of its players managed to win five Gold Gloves in the same year, Paul Goldschmidt, Tommy Edman, Nolan Arenado, Tyler O’Neill, Harrison Bader, who won the Gold Glove for the three bases of the infield, and left and center field.

Other National League winners of this award were:

Pitcher Max Fried, Atlanta Braves.

Catcher Jacob Stallings, Pittsburgh Pirates

Short Stop Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants.

And right fielder Adam Duvall, Atlanta Braves.

While in the American League, the honorees for each position were:

Pitcher: Dallas Keuchel, Chicago White Sox

Catcher: Sean Murphy, Oakland Athletics

1B: Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros

2B: Marcus Semien, Toronto Blue Jays

3B: Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics

SS: Carlos Correa, Houston Astros

LF: Andrew Benintendi, Kansas City Royals

CF: Michael A. Taylor, Kansas City Royals

RF: Joey Gallo, who started the season playing for the Texas Rangers and was later traded to the New York Yankees.

Another of the outstanding awards in Major League Baseball in 2021 were the Cy Young awards, given to the best pitcher in each league, this time the winners were left-hander Robbie Ray of the Toronto Blue Jays for the American League, and right-hander Corbin Burnes of the Milwaukee Brewers.

The most valuable player awards in each league were obtained by the Japanese player of the Los Angeles Angelinos, Shohei Ohtani, who had a great season, with 46 HR, 103 runs scored, and 100 runs batted in offensively, and defensively won 9 games and only lost 2 as a pitcher, with 156 strikeouts, and an effectiveness of 3.18 in 130.1 innings pitched, to become the most valuable player in the American League.

On the other hand, in the National League, this award was achieved by Bryce Harper, of Philadelphia Phillies, this baseball player had previously won it in the 2015 season playing for the Washington Nationals, Harper recorded an offensive 35 HR, 84 runs batted in, and a .309 average.