Oakland and Colorado each had two Gold Glove winners in the infield.
The winners for both the National and American League Gold Gloves were announced on Sunday night.
Having three Gold Glove-caliber outfielders playing at the same time is a huge part of the Red Sox success and will be one of the main reason that they will be great for a really long time.
The 2018 Gold Glove Award is the third of LeMahieu's career, as he was also the National League recipient at second base in 2014 and in 2017. Additionally, no Toronto Blue Jay placed in the top 25 of top AL qualified players by SDI. This was a good moment for baseball fans to realize that the 2018 Red Sox weren't just about mashing the ball - they played disciplined defense too. At second, he had 373 total chances, with 163 putouts, 204 assists, only made six errors, turned 60 double plays, and had a fielding percentage of.984.
Several races on the line as Election Day arrives
The official Election Day page on the government website has links to state resources through which you can find your location. The lawsuit is still pending, but the county responded by adding early voting opportunities on a Sunday and extending hours.
Yadier Molina leads this year's class with nine Rawlings Gold Glove Awards.
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.
Balloting for the Gold Glove Award includes votes from each manager and six coaches from their staff who can not vote for players from their own team, and a sabermetric component accounts for 25 percent of the overall voting total. Diamondbacks shortstop Nick Ahmed, Braves center fielder Ender Inciarte and Braves right fielder Nick Markakis also won in the NL. Wong finished as a runner up to victor D.J. LeMahieu of the Colorado Rockies.