Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager and Angels left fielder Justin Upton each won a Silver Slugger award on Thursday.
The award honors the best offensive player at each position, as voted by managers and coaches in each league.
Seager won the National League Silver Slugger award for the second time in two seasons as the Dodgers’ shortstop. He batted .295 with 22 home runs.
Seager hit 26 home runs last year. In the 134-year history of the franchise, only one other shortstop has hit 20 home runs: Glenn Wright in 1930.
Upton won his third Silver Slugger award. He hit .273 with 35 home runs, including seven in 27 games after the Angels acquired him from the Detroit Tigers on Aug. 31.
Upton won his first American League Silver Slugger after winning two in the NL, for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2011) and Atlanta Braves (2014).
The Angels last week agreed with Upton on a $106-million deal that extends his stay in Anaheim through 2022.
Here is the complete list of Silver Slugger winners:
Catcher — Gary Sanchez, New York
First base — Eric Hosmer, Kansas City
Second base — Jose Altuve, Houston
Third base — Jose Ramirez, Cleveland
Shortstop — Francisco Lindor, Cleveland
Outfield — Justin Upton, Angels
Outfield — Aaron Judge, New York
Outfield — George Springer, Houston
Designated hitter — Nelson Cruz, Seattle
Catcher — Buster Posey, San Francisco
First base — Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona
Second base — Daniel Murphy, Washington
Third base — Nolan Arenado, Colorado
Shortstop — Corey Seager, Dodgers
Outfield — Charlie Blackmon, Colorado
Outfield — Giancarlo Stanton, Miami
Outfield — Marcell Ozuna, Miami
Pitcher — Adam Wainright, St. Louis