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Minor League Baseball Announces 2021 Triple-A League Awards & All-Star Teams; Aviators catcher Carlos Pérez named to Triple-A West Team!

Catcher Carlos Pérez named to Triple-A West Team! Led Triple-A West with 31 home runs! (photo by Steve Spatafore)
October 5, 2021

New York, NY, October 5, 2021 — Minor League Baseball™ (MiLB™) today announced the league All-Star teams for the two leagues that make up the Triple-A classification. Votes were cast by league broadcasters, Minor League Baseball executives and select members of the media. TRIPLE-A EAST Position, Name, Team, MLB Affiliate,

New York, NY, October 5, 2021 — Minor League Baseball™ (MiLB™) today announced the league All-Star teams for the two leagues that make up the Triple-A classification.

Votes were cast by league broadcasters, Minor League Baseball executives and select members of the media.

TRIPLE-A EAST

Position, Name, Team, MLB Affiliate, AAA Stats (AVG/OBP/OPS, HR,RBI)

First Base: Juan Yepez Memphis (St. Louis) .289/.382/.971, 22 HR, 63 RBI

Second Base: Jake Noll Rochester (Washington) .300/.346/.840, 17 HR, 69 RBI

Shortstop: Kevin Smith Buffalo (Toronto) .285/.328/.931, 21 HR, 69 RBI

Third Base: Aderlín Rodriguez Toledo (Detroit) .290/.362/.927, 29 HR, 94 RBI

Catcher: Tomás Telis St. Paul (Minnesota) .296/.340/.758, 12 HR, 50 RBI

Outfield: Josh Lowe Durham (Tampa Bay) .291/.381/.916, 22 HR, 78 RBI

Outfield: Vidal Bruján Durham (Tampa Bay) .262/.345/.785, 12 HR, 56 RBI

Outfield: Khalil Lee Syracuse (New York, NL) .274/.451/.951, 14 HR, 37 RBI

Designated Hitter Ryan McBroom Omaha (Kansas City) .261/.337/.862, 32 HR, 88 RBI

Right-Handed Starter Jackson Kowar Omaha (Kansas City) 17 G, 9-4, 3.46 ERA, 115 SO

Left-Handed Starter Matthew Liberatore Memphis (St. Louis) 22 G, 9-9, 4.04 ERA, 123 SO

Reliever Luke Barker Nashville (Milwaukee) 53 G, 7-5, 2.35 ERA, 13 SV

Co-Manager of the Year: Casey Candaele Buffalo (Toronto) 79-48, Northeast Division Champs

Co-Manager of the Year: Brady Williams Durham (Tampa Bay) 86-44, Triple-A East Champions

Most Valuable Player: Aderlin Rodriguez Toledo (Detroit) .290/.362/.927, 29 HR, 94 RBI

Pitcher of the Year: Jackson Kowar Omaha (Kansas City) 17 G, 9-4, 3.46 ERA, 115 SO

Top MLB Prospect: Bobby Witt Jr. Omaha (Kansas City) .285/.352/.933, 17 HR, 46 RBI

TRIPLE-A WEST

Position, Name, Team, MLB Affiliate, AAA Stats (AVG/OBP/OPS, HR,RBI)

First Base: Greg Bird Albuquerque (Colorado) .267/.362/.894, 27 HR, 91 RBI

Second Base: Michael Stefanic Salt Lake (Los Angeles, AL) .334/.408/.913, 16 HR, 54 RBI

Shortstop: C.J. Hinojosa Sugar Land (Houston) .316/.351/.831, 11 HR, 67 RBI

Third Base: Drew Ellis Reno (Arizona) .294/.399/1.014, 20 HR, 73 RBI

Catcher: Carlos Pérez Las Vegas (Oakland) .269/.337/.909, 31 HR, 89 RBI

Outfield: Jo Adell Salt Lake (Los Angeles, AL) .289/.342/.934, 23 HR, 69 RBI

Outfield: Jose Siri Sugar Land (Houston) .318/.369/.921, 16 HR, 72 RBI

Outfield: Jake Meyers Sugar Land (Houston) .343/.408/1.006, 16 HR, 51 RBI

Designated Hitter: José Marmolejos Tacoma (Seattle) .338/.439/1.111, 26 HR, 75 RBI

Right-Handed Starter: Peter Solomon Sugar Land (Houston) 21 G, 8-1, 4.70 ERA, 112 SO

Left-Handed Starter: Daniel Camarena El Paso (San Diego) 22 G, 6-7, 4.75 ERA, 62 SO

Reliever: Ronel Blanco Sugar Land (Houston) 42 G, 5-3, 3.40 ERA, 22 SV

Manager of the Year: Kristopher Negron Tacoma (Seattle) 78-52, League Champions

Most Valuable Player: José Marmolejos Tacoma (Seattle) .338/.439/1.111, 26 HR, 75 RBI

Pitcher of the Year: Peter Solomon Sugar Land (Houston) 21 G, 8-1, 4.70 ERA, 112 SO

Top MLB Prospect: Jo Adell Salt Lake (Los Angeles, AL) .289/.342/.934, 23 HR, 69 RBI

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