**Paul Molitor**had a 39-game hitting streak.

**Mark McGwire**hit a rookie record 49 home runs.

**Don Mattingly**homered in a record eight straight games.

**Juan Nieves**threw a no-hitter.

**Don Baylor**broke

**Ron Hunt**’s all-time HBP record. The Mariners drafted

**Ken Griffey Jr.**

**Babe Ruth Award | Alan Trammell, Tigers.**28 home runs, 105 RBIs, .343 batting average, .402 on-base percentage, .551 slugging percentage, 109 runs, 205 hits.

2. Wade Boggs, Red Sox

3. Roger Clemens, Red Sox

**Walter Johnson Award | Roger Clemens, Red Sox.**20-9, 2.97 ERA, 256 strikeouts and 83 walks in 281.2 innings, 18 complete games, seven shutouts.

**Jackie Robinson Award | Mark McGwire, Athletics.**49 home runs, 118 RBIs, .289 batting average, .370 on-base percentage, .618 slugging percentage.

2. Kevin Seitzer, Royals

3. Devon White, Angels

**Pee Wee Reese Award | Doyle Alexander, Tigers.**9-0, 1.53 ERA, 44 strikeouts and 26 walks in 88.1 innings, three shutouts over 11 starts. The Tigers acquired Alexander from Atlanta for minor leaguer John Smoltz on Aug. 12.

**Connie Mack Award | Tom Trebelhorn, Brewers.**91-71 [.562]

2. Sparky Anderson, Tigers

3. Tom Kelly, Twins

**Catcher | Matt Nokes, Tigers.**32 home runs, 87 RBIs, .289 batting average, .345 on-base percentage, .536 slugging percentage.

**Best fielder |**Ernie Whitt, Blue Jays.

**First base | Mark McGwire, Athletics.**49 home runs, 118 RBIs, .289 batting average, .370 on-base percentage, .618 slugging percentage. 2. Don Mattingly, Yankees.

**Best fielder |**Pete O’Brien, Rangers.

**Second base | Willie Randolph, Yankees.**7 home runs, 67 RBIs, .305 batting average, .411 on-base percentage, .414 slugging percentage.

**Best fielder |**Frank White, Royals.

**Third base | Wade Boggs, Red Sox.**24 home runs, 89 RBIs, .363 batting average, .461 on-base percentage, .588 slugging percentage, 108 runs, 200 hits, 40 doubles, 105 walks. 2. Kevin Seitzer, Royals. 3. Carney Lansford, Athletics.

**Best fielder |**Gary Gaetti, Twins.

**Shortstop | Alan Trammell, Tigers.**28 home runs, 105 RBIs, .343 batting average, .402 on-base percentage, .551 slugging percentage, 109 runs, 205 hits. 2. Tony Fernandez, Blue Jays.

**Best fielder |**Greg Gagne, Twins.

**Left field | George Bell, Blue Jays.**47 home runs, 134 RBIs, .308 batting average, .352 on-base percentage, .605 slugging percentage, 111 runs.

**Center field | Kirby Puckett, Twins.**28 home runs, 99 RBIs, .332 batting average, .367 on-base percentage, .534 slugging percentage, 207 hits.

**Best fielder |**Ken Williams, White Sox.

**Right field | Devon White, Angels.**24 home runs, 87 RBIs, .263 batting average, .306 on-base percentage, .443 slugging percentage, 103 runs, 32 stolen bases. 2. Ivan Calderon, White Sox. 3. Danny Tartabull, Royals.

**Best fielder |**Jesse Barfield, Blue Jays.

**Designated hitter | Paul Molitor, Brewers.**16 home runs, 75 RBIs, .353 batting average, .438 on-base percentage, .566 slugging percentage, 114 runs, 41 doubles, 45 stolen bases.

**Starting rotation |**

1. Roger Clemens, Red Sox.20-9, 2.97 ERA, 256 strikeouts and 83 walks in 281.2 innings, 18 complete games, seven shutouts.

1. Roger Clemens, Red Sox.

**2. Frank Viola, Twins.**17-10, 2.90 ERA, 197 strikeouts and 66 walks in 251.2 innings.

**3. Bret Saberhagen, Royals.**18-10, 3.36 ERA, 163 strikeouts and 53 walks in 257 innings, 15 complete games.

**4. Jimmy Key, Blue Jays.**17-8, 2.76 ERA, 161 strikeouts and 66 walks in 261 innings.

**5. Teddy Higuera, Brewers.**18-10, 3.85 ERA, 240 strikeouts and 87 walks in 261.2 innings, 14 complete games. 6. Mark Langston, Mariners. 7. Charlie Leibrandt, Royals.

**Reliever | Tom Henke, Blue Jays.**0-6, 2.49 ERA, 34 saves, 128 strikeouts and 25 walks in 94 innings.

*— Kevin Brewer*