Red Sox get 3 Gold Glove winners

Red Sox get 3 Gold Glove winners

The Red Sox were well represented when it came to the announcement of this season's American League Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners.

This is Arenado's sixth consecutive Gold Glove, and the third career Gold Glove for LeMahieu.

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In August, Wong made it known he thought he deserved the honor, telling the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "I think Major League Baseball should realize if I don't win the Gold Glove there is something wrong with it". This will be his second big league job as a hitting coach after holding the same position for the Washington Nationals from 2009-13.

His three Gold Gloves are the most by a middle infielder in franchise history.

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With the win, Greinke ties Ron Guidry, Phil Niekro and Kenny Rogers for seventh all-time among pitchers to win the award.

Markakis, who will turn 35 on November 17, earned his first All-Star selection in 2018, finishing the season with a.297 batting average, 14 home runs and 93 RBIs. His stolen base percentage against (52.9%) was the best in Royals history, breaking Darrell Porter's single-season record of 56.1% in 1979, and was the best in the Majors since 2007, when both Joe Mauer (52.5%) and Yadier Molina (50.0%) topped it. Perez also had three catcher pickoffs, extending his Major League-leading total since 2011 to 22.

"It's an incredible feeling, and I think God for what's happened to me so far", Arenado said.

Along with votes cast by NL managers and players, the winners were determined with the help of defensive metrics.

The SABR Defensive Index, which, according to the SABR Twitter, was used to choose the winners, wasn't exactly kind to Smoak. Voting opens at 9 p.m. CT on November 4th and will end at 9 p.m. CT on November 8th.

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