Toronto Blue Jays award winners and league leaders

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This is a list of award winners and league leaders for the Toronto Blue Jays professional baseball team.


Individual awards[edit]

AL Most Valuable Player Award[edit]

AL Cy Young Award[edit]

AL Edgar Martínez Award[edit]

AL Outstanding Designated Hitter Award

AL Rookie of the Year Award[edit]

AL Gold Glove Award[edit]



Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award[edit]

See explanatory note at Atlanta Braves award winners and league leaders.
Team (at all positions)
  • (2012)
  • (2013)
Centerfield (in MLB)

AL Silver Slugger Awards[edit]

Best offensive player at each position



Silver Bat Award[edit]

AL Batting Average Leader

AL Hank Aaron Award[edit]

AL Manager of the Year[edit]

AL Comeback Player of the Year[edit]

ALCS Most Valuable Player[edit]

World Series Most Valuable Player[edit]

DHL Hometown Heroes (2006)[edit]

  • Joe Carter — voted by MLB fans as the most outstanding player in the history of the franchise, based on on-field performance, leadership quality and character value

The Sporting News American League Player of the Year[edit]

The Sporting News American League Pitcher of the Year[edit]

Baseball America All-Rookie Team[edit]

See: Baseball America#Baseball America All-Rookie Team

Topps All-Star Rookie teams[edit]

Team award[edit]

Franchise records[edit]

Other achievements[edit]

National Baseball Hall of Fame inductees[edit]

See: Toronto Blue Jays § Baseball Hall of Famers

Retired numbers[edit]

See: Toronto Blue Jays#Retired numbers

Level of Excellence[edit]

See: Toronto Blue Jays#Level of Excellence

AL All-Star Game Selections[edit]

Neil MacCarl Award[edit]

This award is presented by the BBWAA to the Toronto Blue Jays Player of the Year.
Year Player Position(s) Statistics Notes
1977 Bob Bailor SS/OF .310/.335/.403 BA/OBP/SLG, 5 HR, 32 RBI Blue Jays inaugural season
1978 Bob Bailor (2) OF .264/.310/.338 BA/OBP/SLG, 1 HR, 52 RBI
1979 Alfredo Griffin SS .287/.333/.364 BA/OBP/SLG, 2 HR, 31 RBI Co-Rookie of the Year
1980 John Mayberry 1B .248/.349/.473 BA/OBP/SLG, 30 HR, 82 RBI
1981 Dave Stieb SP 11–10 W–L, 3.19 ERA, 89 SO All-Star, Only pitcher to win the award
1982 Dámaso García 2B .310/.338/.399 BA/OBP/SLG, 5 HR, 42 RBI Silver Slugger
1983 Lloyd Moseby CF .315/.376/.499 BA/OBP/SLG, 18 HR, 81 RBI Silver Slugger
1984 Dave Collins OF .318/.366/.444 BA/OBP/SLG, 15 3B, 44 RBI, 60 SB
1985 Jesse Barfield RF .289/.369/.536 BA/OBP/SLG, 27 HR, 84 RBI
1986 Jesse Barfield (2) RF .289/.368/.559 BA/OBP/SLG, 40 HR, 108 RBI All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger
1987 George Bell LF .308/.352/.608 BA/OBP/SLG, 47 HR, 134 RBI AL MVP, All-Star, Silver Slugger
1988 Fred McGriff 1B .282/.376/.552 BA/OBP/SLG, 34 HR, 82 RBI
1989 George Bell (2) LF .297/.330/.458 BA/OBP/SLG, 18 HR, 104 RBI
1990 Kelly Gruber 3B .274/.330/.512 BA/OBP/SLG, 31 HR, 118 RBI All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger
1991 Roberto Alomar 2B .295/.354/.436 BA/OBP/SLG, 9 HR, 69 RBI, 53 SB All-Star, Gold Glove
1992 Roberto Alomar (2) 2B .310/.405/.427 BA/OBP/SLG, 8 HR, 76 RBI, 49 SB All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger
1993 John Olerud 1B .363/.473/.599 BA/OBP/SLG, 24 HR, 107 RBI, 54 2B All-Star, Silver Bat
1994 Joe Carter OF .271/.317/.524 BA/OBP/SLG, 27 HR, 103 RBI All-Star
1995 Roberto Alomar (3) 2B .300/.354/.449 BA/OBP/SLG, 13 HR, 66 RBI All-Star, Gold Glove
1996 Joe Carter (2) OF .253/.306/.475 BA/OBP/SLG, 30 HR, 107 RBI All-Star
1997 Carlos Delgado 1B .262/.350/.528 BA/OBP/SLG, 30 HR, 91 RBI
1998 Carlos Delgado (2) 1B .292/.385/.592 BA/OBP/SLG, 38 HR, 115 RBI
1999 Shawn Green RF .309/.384/.588 BA/OBP/SLG, 42 HR, 123 RBI All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger
2000 Carlos Delgado (3) 1B .344/.470/.664 BA/OBP/SLG, 41 HR, 137 RBI, 57 2B All-Star, Silver Slugger, Hank Aaron Award
2001 Carlos Delgado (4) 1B .279/.408/.540 BA/OBP/SLG, 39 HR, 102 RBI
2002 Carlos Delgado (5) 1B .277/.406/.549 BA/OBP/SLG, 33 HR, 108 RBI
2003 Carlos Delgado (6) 1B .302/.426/.593 BA/OBP/SLG, 42 HR, 145 RBI All-Star, Silver Slugger
2004 Vernon Wells CF .272/.337/.472 BA/OBP/SLG, 23 HR, 67 RBI Gold Glove
2005 Vernon Wells (2) CF .269/.320/.463 BA/OBP/SLG, 28 HR, 97 RBI Gold Glove
2006 Vernon Wells (3) CF .303/.357/.542 BA/OBP/SLG, 32 HR, 106 RBI All-Star, Gold Glove
2007 Alex Rios RF .297/.354/.498 BA/OBP/SLG, 24 HR, 85 RBI All-Star
2008 Vernon Wells (4) CF .300/.343/.496 BA/OBP/SLG, 20 HR, 78 RBI
2009 Aaron Hill 2B .286/.330/.499 BA/OBP/SLG, 36 HR, 108 RBI All-Star, Silver Slugger, Comeback Player of the Year
2010 José Bautista RF .260/.378/.617 BA/OBP/SLG, 54 HR, 124 RBI All-Star, Silver Slugger, Hank Aaron Award
2011 José Bautista (2) RF .302/.447/.608 BA/OBP/SLG, 43 HR, 103 RBI All-Star, Silver Slugger, Hank Aaron Award
2012 Edwin Encarnación 1B .280/.384/.557 BA/OBP/SLG, 42 HR, 110 RBI
2013 Edwin Encarnación (2) 1B .272/.370/.534 BA/OBP/SLG, 36 HR, 104 RBI All-Star
2014 José Bautista (3) RF .286/.403/.524 BA/OBP/SLG, 35 HR, 103 RBI All-Star, Silver Slugger
2015 Josh Donaldson 3B .297/.371/.568 BA/OBP/SLG, 41 HR, 123 RBI AL MVP, All-Star, Silver Slugger, Hank Aaron Award
2016 Josh Donaldson (2) 3B .284/.404/.549 BA/OBP/SLG, 37 HR, 99 RBI All-Star, Silver Slugger
2017 Josh Donaldson (3) 3B .270/.992/.606 BA/OBP/SLG, 33 HR, 78 RBI

World Baseball Classic MVP[edit]

Minor league system[edit]

AAA International League Rookie of the Year[edit]

AAA International League Player of the Year[edit]

AAA International League Most Valuable Pitcher Award[edit]

AAA Pacific Coast League Most Valuable Player Award[edit]

American League Offensive Leaders[edit]

AL Home Runs Leaders[edit]

AL RBI Leader[edit]

AL Runs Scored Leader[edit]

AL Bases on Balls Leader[edit]

AL Singles Leader[edit]

AL Doubles Leader[edit]

AL Triples Leaders[edit]

AL Extra-Base Hits Leader[edit]

At-Bats Leader[edit]

AL Total Bases Leader[edit]

AL OPS Leader[edit]

AL Games Played Leaders[edit]

AL Sacrifice Flies Leader[edit]

AL At-Bats per Strikeout Leader[edit]

AL Outs Leaders[edit]

American League Pitching Leaders[edit]

MLB Triple Crown ~ Pitching[edit]

MLB Leader in ERA, Wins & Strike Outs

AL Earned Run Average Leaders[edit]

AL Adjusted ERA Leader[edit]

AL Wins Leaders[edit]

AL Strikeouts Leader[edit]

AL Winning Percentage Leader[edit]

AL Innings Pitched Leaders[edit]

AL WHIP Leaders[edit]

AL Saves Leader[edit]

AL Appearances Leader[edit]

AL Games Started Leaders[edit]

AL Complete Games Leaders[edit]

AL Shutouts Leaders[edit]

AL Losses Leaders[edit]

AL Hits Allowed/9IP Leaders[edit]

AL Strikeouts/9IP Leader[edit]

AL Walks/9IP Leader[edit]

AL Home Runs Allowed Leader[edit]

AL Walks Allowed Leader[edit]

AL Hits Allowed Leaders[edit]

AL Earned Runs Allowed Leaders[edit]

AL Hit Batsmen Leaders[edit]

AL Batters Faced Leaders[edit]

AL Games Finished Leader[edit]

American League Youngest Player[edit]

American League Oldest Player[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Eddy, Matt (October 21, 2011). "Infield, Pitching Staff Highlight 2011 Rookie Team". Baseball America. Retrieved 2011-11-08.
  2. ^ The World Series Trophy was first awarded in 1967. In 1985, it was re-named the Commissioner's Trophy. From 1970 to 1984, the "Commissioner's Trophy" was the name of the award given to the All-Star Game MVP.
  3. ^ The award was created by MLB in 2010, "to recognize the charitable and philanthropic efforts of MLB Clubs." The award has been given to the Red Sox (2010), the White Sox (2011), the Blue Jays (2012), and the Tigers (2013). Calcaterra, Craig (November 14, 2013). "The Tigers win baseball's Philanthropic Excellence Award". HardballTalk. NBC Sports. Retrieved 2014-04-05.

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