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Yankees’ Aaron Judge and Gerrit Cole named first-team All-MLB

The face of the Yankees’ franchise now has one other accolade to deliver with him to his contract extension talks.

Aaron Decide was named a primary crew outfielder on the All-MLB crew. And Decide has some firm, as Yankee ace Gerrit Cole, regardless of an unsteady season and an extra-disappointing ending, was named a first-team starter.

Decide, who’s seeking to have his contract prolonged, is joined on the primary crew by the Phillies’ Bryce Harper (who additionally gained Nationwide League MVP) and Juan Soto.

Cole’s fellow first-team starters are Walker Buehler of the Dodgers, Corbin Burnes of the Brewers, Max Scherzer of the Nats and Dodgers, and AL Cy Younger winner Robbie Ray.

Fan voting accounted for 50% of the crew’s willpower, with a media panel accounting for the opposite half. Decide posted a career-high .287 batting common whereas hitting 39 residence runs. By wRC+, he was 48% extra productive than the common hitter in 2021.

Cole went 16-8 with a 3.23 ERA. He misplaced the AL Wild Card recreation, although, going simply 2-plus innings in a 6-2 loss in Boston.

No Mets made the All-MLB crew.

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