2014 National League awards



Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw beat the Diamondbacks on Opening Day in Australia, threw a no-hitter against the Rockies and pitched 41 consecutive scoreless innings. Josh Beckett, Tim Lincecum and Jordan Zimmermann also threw no-hitters.

Babe Ruth Award | Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers. 21-3, 1.77 ERA, 239 Ks, BBs

2. Andrew McCutchen, Pirates
3. Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins
4. Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers
5. Buster Posey, Giants

Walter Johnson Award | Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers. 21-3, 1.77 ERA, 239 Ks, BBs

Jackie Robinson Award | Jacob deGrom, Mets. 9-6, 2.69 ERA, 144 Ks, 43 BBs

Connie Mack Award | Matt Williams, Nationals. 96-66, .593

2. Don Mattingly, Dodgers
3. Bruce Bochy, Giants



Catcher | Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers. 13 HRs, 69 RBIs, .301 batting, .373 on-base, .465 slugging, 53 doubles. Best hitter | Buster Posey, Giants. Best fielder | Yadier Molina, Cardinals.

2. Buster Posey, Giants
3. Devin Mesoraco, Reds

First base | Anthony Rizzo, Cubs. 32 HRs, 78 RBIs, .286 batting, .386 on-base, .527 slugging, 15 HBPs. Best fielder | Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers.

Second base | Chase Utley, Phillies. 11 HRs, 78 RBIs, .270 batting, .339 on-base, .407 slugging, 13 HBPs. Best fielder | DJ LeMahieu, Rockies.

Third base | Anthony Rendon, Nationals. 21 HRs, 83 RBIs, .287 batting, .351 on-base, .473 slugging, 111 runs. Best fielder | Rendon.

Shortstop | Jhonny Peralta, Cardinals. 21 HRs, 75 RBIs, .263 batting, .336 on-base, .443 slugging. Best hitter | Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies. Best fielder | Andrelton Simmons, Atlanta.

Left field | Matt Holliday, Cardinals. 20 HRs, 90 RBIs, .272 batting, .370 on-base, .441 slugging, 17 HBPs.

Center field | Andrew McCutchen, Pirates. 25 HRs, 83 RBIs, .314 batting, .410 on-base, .542 slugging, 10 HBPs. Best fielder | Juan Lagares, Mets.

2. Carlos Gomez, Brewers

Right field | Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins. 37 HRs, 105 RBIs, .288 batting, .395 on-base, .555 slugging. Best fielder | Jason Heyward, Atlanta.

2. Jason Heyward, Atlanta



Starting rotation

1. Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers.
21-3, 1.77 ERA, 239 Ks, 31 BBs

2. Johnny Cueto, Reds. 20-9, 2.25 ERA, 242 Ks, 65 BBs

3. Adam Wainwright, Cardinals. 20-9, 2.38 ERA, 179 Ks, 50 BBs

4. Cole Hamels, Phillies. 9-9, 2.46 ERA, 198 Ks, 59 BBs

5. Jordan Zimmermann, Nationals. 14-5, 2.66 ERA, 182 Ks, 29 BBs

6. Tanner Roark, Nationals
7. Madison Bumgarner, Giants

Closer | Craig Kimbrel, Atlanta. 0-3, 1.61 ERA, 47 saves, 95 Ks

2. Mark Melancon, Pirates
3. Jonathan Papelbon, Phillies

Goodbye | The Greatest Hitter of All Time, 1960-2014



— Kevin Brewer

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