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Major League Baseball announced the third annual All-MLB Team on Tuesday night. Per usual, half the vote was determined by fans and the other half by a panel of media members.  

It should come as no surprise that all four of the Most Valuable Player (Shohei Ohtani and Bryce Harper) and Cy Young Award winners (Robbie Ray and Corbin Burnes) made the first team. Ohtani even made it as both a hitter and a pitcher for the first time in his career. (Though, to be fair, this was just the third All-MLB Team ever.)

Elsewhere, the Los Angeles Dodgers had five total players make the cut on the two teams, the most among all big-league clubs. The Toronto Blue Jays and the World Series champion Atlanta Braves each had four players apiece make it onto either the first or second team.

Here's a look at the results:.

First Team

Second Team

Voting closed on Friday, Nov. 19, and fans were eligible to vote once every 24 hours via an online ballot at MLB.com.