This marks the third career Silver Slugger Award for Yelich.
The Silver Sluggers, presented by bat maker Louisville Slugger, are regular-season awards voted on by Major League Baseball managers and coaches.
Rendon, 29, earned his second career Silver Slugger Award after leading all National League third basemen in batting average (.319), on-base percentage (.412), slugging percentage (.598), OPS (1.010), RBI (126), multi-hit games (55), extra-base hits (81) and runs scored (117).
In earning Silver Slugger honors, Realmuto is the first Phillies player to do so since second baseman Chase Utley in 2009, according to The Inquirer's Scott Lauber, who adds the only other Phillies catcher to win was Darren Daulton in 1992.
Garver had 32 home runs and 67 RBI (30 homers and 65 RBI as a catcher).
He led the NL in both batting average (.329, his second consecutive year winning that title in the NL) and on-base percentage (.429). He was also named the victor of the Hank Aaron Award; he received that trophy at the World Series.
MLB's most productive hitters for 2019 were recognized Thursday with the announcement of the annual Silver Slugger awards. In the AL, he also ranked second in on-base percentage, third in OPS, third in slugging percentage, tied for third in homers, fourth in runs scored (122), fifth in RBI and sixth in strikeout rate (12%). The accounting firm of Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP verified the tabulation of balloting.