October 8, 2023

2023 NL All-Star team

Padres left-hander Blake Snell (14-9, 2.25), who led the league in pitching bWAR and ERA, is the National League Pitcher of the Year — and one of three Padres players on the NL All-Star team. Left fielder Juan Soto and second baseman Ha-Seong Kim also made the team. The league’s top player was Atlanta right fielder Ronald Acuna Jr., who had 41 home runs and 73 stolen bases, posting the best power/speed number of all time. He also led the league in runs (149), hits (217) and on-base percentage (.416).
— Kevin Brewer


Best record >> Atlanta, 104-58

Worst record >> Colorado Rockies, 59-103

Home team >> Colorado Rockies

Road team >> Cincinnati Reds

Best offense >> Atlanta

Best baserunning >> Arizona Diamondbacks

Best pitching >> Milwaukee Brewers

Best fielding >> Milwaukee Brewers


Catcher >> William Contreras, Brewers

First base >> Freddie Freeman, Dodgers

Second base >> Ha-Seong Kim, Padres

Third base >> Austin Riley, Atlanta

Shortstop >> Francisco Lindor, Mets

Left field >> Juan Soto, Padres

Center field >> TJ Friedl, Reds

Right field >> Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta

Utility player >> Mookie Betts, Dodgers

Starting pitchers >> Blake Snell, Padres

>> Logan Webb, Giants
>> Zack Wheeler, Phillies
>> Zac Gallen, Diamondbacks
>> Spencer Strider, Atlanta

Reliever >> David Bednar, Pirates

>> Tanner Scott, Marlins

Manager >> Skip Schumaker, Marlins

Toughest omission >> Matt Olson, Atlanta


Player of the Year >> Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta

Rookie of the Year >> Corbin Carroll, Diamondbacks

Rookie sensation >> Elly De La Cruz, Reds

Best offensive player >> Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta

Best baserunner >> Corbin Carroll, Diamondbacks

Best fielder >> Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres

Power/speed >> Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta

Five-tool player >> Mookie Betts, Dodgers

Pitcher of the Year >> Blake Snell, Padres

Workhouse >> Logan Webb, Giants

Workhouse (reliever) >> Tanner Scott, Marlins

>> Jake Bird, Rockies

Strikeout pitcher >> Spencer Strider, Atlanta

Strikeout pitcher (reliever) >> Josh Hader, Padres

Control pitcher >> Logan Webb, Giants

Control pitcher (reliever) >> Brusdar Graterol, Dodgers

First game >> Kodai Senga, Elly De La Cruz

Last game >> Bartolo Colon, Adam Wainwright

Highest-paid player >> Nolan Arenado, $35,025,000

No-hitter >> Michael Lorenzen, Phillies

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