Major League Baseball's hardware week came to a close Friday night with the Esurance Awards as players across the league were celebrated for their achievements throughout the 2017 season.

But unlike the Rookie of the Year, MVP and the Cy Young Awards, the Esurance Awards weren't voted on by the 30 members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

Rather, fans, members of the media, front-office personnel, retired MLB players and members of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) comprised a comprehensive voting panel. Each group's vote accounted for 20 percent of the final voting tallies in each category, with postseason performance taken into account.

Here's a rundown of the evening's winners.

Best Major Leaguer: Jose Altuve, 2B, Houston Astros
Best Pitcher: Corey Kluber, RHP, Cleveland Indians
Best Major Leaguer, Postseason: Jose Altuve; and Justin Verlander, RHP, Houston Astros
Best Rookie: Aaron Judge, RF, New York Yankees
Best Manager: A.J. Hinch, Houston Astros
Best Defensive Player: Nolan Arenado, 3B, Colorado Rockies
Best Executive: Jeff Luhnow, General Manager, Houston Astros
Best Postseason Moment: Alex Bregman ends epic World Series Game 5 with walk-off single
Best Call, TV/Radio: Joe Buck and John Smoltz on Altuve's World Series Game 5 home run
Personality of the Year: Adrian Beltre, 3B, Texas Rangers
Best Play, Offense: Nolan Arenado's walk-off home run completes cycle vs. San Francisco Giants
Best Play, Defense: Austin Jackson's over-the-wall grab vs. Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park
Best Performance: Anthony Rendon's six-hit, 10-RBI game vs. New York Mets on April 30
Best Fan Catch: Astros fan throws Yasiel Puig's World Series home run back onto field
Best Player-Fan Interaction: Joey Votto gives game-used bat to six-year-old Walter Herbert

Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve was named the 2017 American League MVP on Thursday, and he added to his trophy case Friday by snagging Best Major Leaguer honors.