Minnesota Twins slugger Nelson Cruz was named the winner of the 2019 Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award on Monday.
The 39-year-old veteran batted .311 with 41 homers and 108 RBIs in 120 games this season as he helped the Twins claim the American League Central division title.
The six-time All-Star led AL designated hitters in runs, hits, total bases, home runs, RBI, batting average and slugging percentage.
Cruz, who also won the award with the Seattle Mariners in 2017, is the 10th player to claim the honor multiple times since it was introduced in 1973. That group includes Hall of Famers Harold Baines, Paul Molitor and the award's namesake, Martinez.
Jorge Soler of the Kansas City Royals finished second in the award voting.