Jose Abreu is officially on of this year’s MLB stars…
The 33-year-old Cuban professional baseball player, a first baseman for the Chicago White Sox has won the Hank Aaron Award as the outstanding offensive performer in Major League Baseball’s American League, as voted by MLB.com.
Abreu, a three-time MLB All-Star, hit .317 with 15 doubles, 19 homers and 60 RBIs during 60 games in the pandemic-shortened season.
First basemen Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves won the Hank Aaron Award in the National League.
He was second in the NL in batting (.341), OBP (.462), slugging percentage (.640) and OPS (1.102).
“Congratulations to José Abreu and @FreddieFreeman5 on winning the 2020 A.L. And N.L. Hank Aaron Awards,” Aaron tweeted. “You are both so deserving and I’m proud of the season you both had.”
Abreu was voted AL MVP and Freeman won NL MVP.