Outfielder Ronald Acuna, first baseman Freddie Freeman and right-hander Mike Soroka were voted to Major League Baseball's first-ever all-MLB team. The results of the voting were announced Tuesday by MLB.
The three Braves players were all second-team selections in the voting. Fans votes accounted for one-half of the results, and a "panel of experts" represented the other half.
There was no distinction made between the leagues, with 16 players voted to the first team and to the second team. Fifteen of the players finished the season with American League teams and 17 in the National, including 10 in the NL East. Zack Greinke split the season between the leagues.
Here are the honorees:
First team C: J.T. Realmuto, Phillies 1B: Pete Alonso, Mets 2B: DJ LeMahieu, Yankees 3B: Anthony Rendon, Nationals SS: Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox OF: Mike Trout, Angels OF: Cody Bellinger, Dodgers OF: Christian Yelich, Brewers DH: Nelson Cruz, Twins SP: Gerrit Cole, Astros SP: Justin Verlander, Astros SP: Jacob deGrom, Mets SP: Max Scherzer, Nationals SP: Stephen Strasburg, Nationals RP: Kirby Yates, Padres RP: Josh Hader, Brewers
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