The 2018 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards have been handed out, and this year's list of winners features more than a few familiar faces. We'll see. I'm not holding my breath if I'm a Gold Glove-winner or not.
Instead of Benintendi winning the award, Royals left fielder Alex Gordon won his sixth. DJ LeMahieu of the Rockies won the Gold Glove at second base, and Nick Markakis of the Braves was the victor in right field. While Gold Gloves are cool and all, prospective suitors are more interested in his first fully healthy season in three years.
LeMahieu committed only four errors during the 2018 season, posting a.993 fielding percentage while recording 378 assists and turning 83 double plays.
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D-backs ace Zack Greinke earned his fifth consecutive Gold Glove - his third with Arizona - after beating San Diego's Clayton Richard and Atlanta's Julio Teheran. Jason Heyward and Javier Baez were also finalists at their respective positions.
It's the third straight Gold Glove for Inciarte. Wong finished as a runner up to victor D.J. LeMahieu of the Colorado Rockies. This marks the fourth time in the last five seasons for Keuchel to be named the top defensive pitcher in the American League.
Though it was perhaps a bit of a longshot to suggest that Justin Smoak would take home the Gold Glove Award for American League first baseman, it still would've been undeniably nice to have at least one Toronto Blue Jay take home an award. Houston pitcher Dallas Keuchel and Los Angeles Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons also won in the AL.