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Seattle Mariners award winners and league leaders

The following is a list of Seattle Mariners professional baseball players and managers who have won various league accolades or led the American League in some statistical category at the end of the season.

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Awards

American League MVP

American League Cy Young

American League Rookie of the Year

American League Manager of the Year

Gold Glove Award

Each player indicated with position at which he won the award.

  • 1987: Mark Langston (P)
  • 1988: Harold Reynolds (2B), Mark Langston (P)
  • 1989: Harold Reynolds (2B)
  • 1990: Harold Reynolds (2B), Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1991: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1992: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1993: Omar Vizquel (SS), Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1994: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1995: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1996: Jay Buhner (OF), Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1997: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1998: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1999: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 2000: John Olerud (1B)
  • 2001: Mike Cameron (OF), Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2002: John Olerud (1B), Bret Boone (2B), Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2003: John Olerud (1B), Bret Boone (2B), Ichiro Suzuki (OF), Mike Cameron (OF)
  • 2004: Bret Boone (2B), Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2005: Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2006: Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2007: Adrián Beltré (3B), Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2008: Adrián Beltré (3B), Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2009: Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2010: Ichiro Suzuki (OF), Franklin Gutiérrez (OF)
  • 2014: Kyle Seager (3B)

Silver Slugger Award

Each player indicated with position at which he won the award.

  • 1991: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1992: Edgar Martínez (3B)
  • 1993: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1994: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1995: Edgar Martínez (DH)
  • 1996: Alex Rodriguez (SS), Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1997: Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF), Edgar Martínez (DH)
  • 1998: Alex Rodriguez (SS), Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 1999: Alex Rodriguez (SS), Ken Griffey, Jr. (OF)
  • 2000: Alex Rodriguez (SS)
  • 2001: Bret Boone (2B), Ichiro Suzuki (OF), Edgar Martínez (DH)
  • 2003: Bret Boone (2B), Edgar Martínez (DH)
  • 2007: Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
  • 2009: Ichiro Suzuki (OF)

Roberto Clemente Award

MLB "This Year in Baseball Awards"

See: This Year in Baseball Awards#Award winners
Note: Voted by fans as the best in all of Major League Baseball (i.e., not two awards, one for each league).

"This Year in Baseball Awards" Dependable Player of the Year

All-Star Game MVP

All-stars

MLB All-Century Team (1999)

  • Ken Griffey, Jr.

Players Choice Awards Player of the Decade (1999)

  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (1999)

Sporting News AL Pitcher of the Year

Baseball Prospectus Internet Baseball Awards AL Cy Young

See: Baseball Prospectus#Internet Baseball Awards

Baseball Prospectus Internet Baseball Awards AL Rookie of the Year

See: Baseball Prospectus#Internet Baseball Awards

Baseball America All-Rookie Team

See: Baseball America#Baseball America All-Rookie Team

Topps All-Star Rookie teams

Hutch Award

Lou Gehrig Memorial Award

American League statistical batting leaders

Batting average

On-base %

  • Edgar Martínez (.479, 1995) Team Record
  • Edgar Martínez (.429, 1998)
  • Edgar Martínez (.447, 1999)

Slugging percentage

OPS

Games

At bats

Runs

Hits

  • Alex Rodriguez (213, 1998)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (242, 2001)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (262, 2004) Major League Record
  • Ichiro Suzuki (224, 2006)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (225, 2009)

Total bases

Doubles

Triples

Home runs

  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (40, 1994)
  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (56, 1997) Team Record
  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (56, 1998) Team Record
  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (48, 1999)

RBI

Strikeouts

Stolen bases

Singles

  • Ichiro Suzuki (192, 2001)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (165, 2002)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (162, 2003)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (225, 2004) Major League Record
  • Ichiro Suzuki (158, 2005)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (186, 2006)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (179, 2009)

Runs created

Extra-base hits

Times on base

Hit by pitch

Sacrifices

Sacrifice flies

Intentional walks

  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (23, 1997)
  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (17, 1999) Co-Leader
  • Ichiro Suzuki (27, 2002) Team Record
  • Ichiro Suzuki (19, 2004)
  • Ichiro Suzuki (15, 2009)

Grounded into double plays

At bats per strikeout

At bats per home run

Outs

  • Harold Reynolds (516, 1990) Team Record
  • Harold Reynolds (510, 1991)
  • Alex Rodríguez (505, 1998)

American League Statistical Pitching Leaders

ERA

Wins

Win-loss percentage

  • Randy Johnson (.900, 1995) Team Record
  • Randy Johnson (.833, 1997)
  • Félix Hernández (.792, 2009)

WHIP

Hits allowed/9 innings pitched

  • Randy Johnson (6.59, 1992)
  • Randy Johnson (6.52, 1993)
  • Randy Johnson (6.68, 1995)
  • Randy Johnson (6.21, 1997) Team Record
  • Félix Hernández (7.542, 2009)
  • Félix Hernández (6.483, 2014)

Strikeouts/9 innings pitched

  • Mark Langston (8.16, 1984)
  • Mark Langston (9.21, 1986)
  • Mark Langston (8.67, 1987)
  • Randy Johnson (10.31, 1992)
  • Randy Johnson (10.86, 1993)
  • Randy Johnson (10.67, 1994)
  • Randy Johnson (12.35, 1995) Team Record
  • Randy Johnson (12.30, 1997)

Games

Innings

Strikeouts

  • Floyd Bannister (209, 1982)
  • Mark Langston (204, 1984)
  • Mark Langston (245, 1986)
  • Mark Langston (262, 1987)
  • Randy Johnson (241, 1992)
  • Randy Johnson (308, 1993) Team Record
  • Randy Johnson (204, 1994)
  • Randy Johnson (294, 1995)

Games started

Complete games

Shutouts

Home runs allowed

Walks allowed

Hits allowed

  • Mike Moore (279, 1986) Team Record
  • Mike Moore (268, 1987)

Strikeout to walk

Losses

Earned runs allowed

Wild pitches

  • Gaylord Perry (13, 1982)
  • Félix Hernández (17, 2009) Co-Leader
  • Félix Hernández (18, 2014)

Hit batsmen

Batters faced

Oldest player

Youngest player

See also

References

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