List of Gold Glove Award winners at shortstop

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Ozzie Smith has won 13 Gold Glove Awards at shortstop, tying him for the third-highest total among winners at all positions.

The Rawlings Gold Glove Award, usually referred to as the Gold Glove, is the award given annually to the Major League Baseball players judged to have exhibited superior individual fielding performances at each fielding position in both the National League (NL) and the American League (AL), as voted by the managers and coaches in each league.[1] Managers are not permitted to vote for their own players.[1] Eighteen Gold Gloves are awarded each year (with the exception of 1957, 1985 and 2007), one at each of the nine positions in each league. In 1957, the baseball glove manufacturer Rawlings created the Gold Glove Award to commemorate the best fielding performance at each position.[2] The award was created from a glove made from gold lamé-tanned leather and affixed to a walnut base.[3] Initially, only one Gold Glove per position was awarded to the top fielder at each position in the entire league;[2] however, separate awards were given for the National and American Leagues beginning in 1958.[4][5]

Ozzie Smith, known as "the Wizard of Oz", has won the most Gold Glove Awards at shortstop; he captured 13 awards in his 19 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals.[6] Omar Vizquel is second among shortstops with 11 wins; he won two with the San Francisco Giants in the National League after winning nine with the Seattle Mariners and the Cleveland Indians in the American League.[7] Luis Aparicio won nine times at shortstop for the third-highest total,[8] followed by Mark Belanger with eight wins.[9] Dave Concepción and Derek Jeter have won five awards;[10] four-time winners at shortstop include Tony Fernández and Alan Trammell.[11][12] Hall of Famers who have won Gold Glove Awards at shortstop include Smith, Aparicio, Ernie Banks, Robin Yount, and Cal Ripken, Jr., whose 2,632 consecutive games played earned him his "Iron Man" nickname.[6][8][13][14][15]

Vizquel made the fewest errors during a shortstop's winning season, with three in 2000;[7] his .995 fielding percentage that season leads American League and major league shortstops, and his 2006 total of four errors is tied for the National League lead with Rey Ordóñez (1999).[7][16] Ordóñez' .994 fielding percentage in 1999 leads National Leaguers in that category.[16] Aparicio leads winners in putouts, with 305 in 1960;[8] Concepción (1976) and Smith (1983) are tied for the National League lead with 304.[6][10] Smith's 621 assists are best among all shortstops,[6] and Belanger (552 assists in 1974) is the American League leader.[9] Gene Alley turned 128 double plays in 1966 to lead winners in that category;[17] Ripken leads American Leaguers, with 119 turned in 1992.[15]

Key[edit]

Year Links to the corresponding Major League Baseball season
PO Putout
A Assist
E Error
DP Double play
FPct Fielding percentage
* or ** Winner of the most Gold Glove Awards at his position (** indicates tie)
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

American League winners[edit]

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Omar Vizquel 1993–2001 AL Gold Glove winner (2005–2006 NL Gold Glove winner)
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Derek Jeter (2004–2006, 2009—2010 AL Gold Glove winner)
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Michael Young (2008 AL Gold Glove winner)
Year Player Team PO A E DP FPct Ref
1957[a] McMillan, RoyRoy McMillan Cincinnati Redlegs (NL) 253 418 16 86 .977 [18]
1958 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 289 463 21 90 .973 [19]
1959 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 282 460 23 87 .970 [20]
1960 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 305 551 18 117 .979 [21]
1961 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 264 487 30 86 .962 [22]
1962 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 280 452 20 102 .973 [23]
1963 Versalles, ZoiloZoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins 301 448 30 87 .961 [24]
1964 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Baltimore Orioles 260 437 15 98 .979 [25]
1965 Versalles, ZoiloZoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins 248 487 39 105 .950 [26]
1966 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Baltimore Orioles 303 441 17 104 .978 [27]
1967 Fregosi, JimJim Fregosi California Angels 258 435 25 73 .965 [28]
1968 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 269 535 19 92 .977 [29]
1969 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 251 449 23 79 .968 [30]
1970 Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio Chicago White Sox 251 483 18 99 .976 [31]
1971 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 280 443 16 77 .978 [32]
1972 Brinkman, EdEd Brinkman Detroit Tigers 233 495 7 81 .990 [33]
1973 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 241 530 23 100 .971 [34]
1974 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 243 552 13 100 .984 [35]
1975 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 259 508 17 105 .978 [36]
1976 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 239 545 14 97 .982 [37]
1977 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 244 417 10 82 .985 [38]
1978 Belanger, MarkMark Belanger Baltimore Orioles 184 409 9 76 .985 [39]
1979 Burleson, RickRick Burleson Boston Red Sox 272 523 16 109 .980 [40]
1980 Trammell, AlanAlan Trammell Detroit Tigers 225 412 13 89 .980 [41]
1981 Trammell, AlanAlan Trammell Detroit Tigers 181 347 9 65 .983 [42]
1982 Yount, RobinRobin Yount Milwaukee Brewers 253 489 24 95 .969 [43]
1983 Trammell, AlanAlan Trammell Detroit Tigers 236 367 13 71 .979 [44]
1984 Trammell, AlanAlan Trammell Detroit Tigers 180 314 10 71 .980 [45]
1985 Griffin, AlfredoAlfredo Griffin Oakland Athletics 278 440 30 87 .960 [46]
1986 Fernandez, TonyTony Fernández Toronto Blue Jays 294 445 13 103 .983 [47]
1987 Fernandez, TonyTony Fernández Toronto Blue Jays 270 396 14 88 .979 [48]
1988 Fernandez, TonyTony Fernández Toronto Blue Jays 247 470 14 106 .981 [49]
1989 Fernandez, TonyTony Fernández Toronto Blue Jays 260 475 6 93 .992 [50]
1990 Guillen, OzzieOzzie Guillén Chicago White Sox 252 474 17 100 .977 [51]
1991 Ripken, Jr., CalCal Ripken, Jr. Baltimore Orioles 267 528 11 114 .986 [52]
1992 Ripken, Jr., CalCal Ripken, Jr. Baltimore Orioles 287 445 12 119 .984 [53]
1993 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Seattle Mariners 245 475 15 108 .980 [54]
1994 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 113 204 6 54 .981 [55]
1995 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 210 405 9 84 .986 [56]
1996 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 226 447 20 91 .971 [57]
1997 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 245 429 10 98 .985 [58]
1998 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 273 442 5 94 .993 [59]
1999 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 221 396 15 88 .976 [60]
2000 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 231 416 3 99 .995 [61]
2001 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel Cleveland Indians 219 414 7 88 .989 [62]
2002 Rodriguez, AlexAlex Rodriguez Texas Rangers 259 472 10 108 .987 [63]
2003 Rodriguez, AlexAlex Rodriguez Texas Rangers 227 464 8 111 .989 [64]
2004 Jeter, DerekDerek Jeter New York Yankees 273 392 13 96 .981 [65]
2005 Jeter, DerekDerek Jeter New York Yankees 262 454 15 96 .979 [66]
2006 Jeter, DerekDerek Jeter New York Yankees 214 381 15 81 .975 [67]
2007 Cabrera, OrlandoOrlando Cabrera Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 239 415 11 104 .983 [68]
2008 Young, MichaelMichael Young Texas Rangers 193 465 11 113 .984 [69]
2009 Jeter, DerekDerek Jeter New York Yankees 206 340 8 75 .986 [70]
2010 Jeter, DerekDerek Jeter New York Yankees 182 365 6 94 .989 [71]
2011 Aybar, ErickErick Aybar Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 240 406 13 102 .980 [72]
2012 Hardy, J. J.J. J. Hardy Baltimore Orioles 244 529 6 113 .992 [73]
2013 Hardy, J. J.J. J. Hardy Baltimore Orioles 230 403 12 108 .981 [74]

National League winners[edit]

Troy Tulowitzki (2010-2011 NL Gold Glove winner)
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Jimmy Rollins (2007–2009 NL Gold Glove winner)
Year Player Team PO A E DP FPct Ref
1957[b] McMillan, RoyRoy McMillan Cincinnati Redlegs 253 418 16 86 .977 [18]
1958 McMillan, RoyRoy McMillan Cincinnati Redlegs 278 394 14 81 .980 [75]
1959 McMillan, RoyRoy McMillan Cincinnati Redlegs 163 205 10 50 .974 [76]
1960 Banks, ErnieErnie Banks Chicago Cubs 283 488 18 94 .977 [77]
1961 Wills, MauryMaury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers 253 428 29 104 .959 [78]
1962 Wills, MauryMaury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers 295 493 36 86 .956 [79]
1963 Wine, BobbyBobby Wine Philadelphia Phillies 220 359 17 73 .971 [80]
1964 Amaro, RubenRubén Amaro, Sr. Philadelphia Phillies 141 191 10 44 .971 [81]
1965 Cardenas, LeoLeo Cárdenas Cincinnati Reds 292 440 19 92 .975 [82]
1966 Alley, GeneGene Alley Pittsburgh Pirates 235 472 15 128 .979 [83]
1967 Alley, GeneGene Alley Pittsburgh Pirates 257 500 26 105 .967 [84]
1968 Maxvill, DalDal Maxvill St. Louis Cardinals 232 458 22 81 .969 [85]
1969 Kessinger, DonDon Kessinger Chicago Cubs 266 542 20 101 .976 [86]
1970 Kessinger, DonDon Kessinger Chicago Cubs 257 501 22 86 .972 [87]
1971 Harrelson, BudBud Harrelson New York Mets 257 441 16 86 .978 [88]
1972 Bowa, LarryLarry Bowa Philadelphia Phillies 212 494 9 88 .987 [89]
1973 Metzger, RogerRoger Metzger Houston Astros 231 429 12 83 .982 [90]
1974 Concepcion, DaveDave Concepción Cincinnati Reds 239 536 30 99 .963 [91]
1975 Concepcion, DaveDave Concepción Cincinnati Reds 238 445 16 102 .977 [92]
1976 Concepcion, DaveDave Concepción Cincinnati Reds 304 506 27 93 .968 [93]
1977 Concepcion, DaveDave Concepción Cincinnati Reds 280 490 11 101 .986 [94]
1978 Bowa, LarryLarry Bowa Philadelphia Phillies 224 502 10 87 .986 [95]
1979 Concepcion, DaveDave Concepción Cincinnati Reds 284 495 27 102 .967 [96]
1980 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* San Diego Padres 288 621 24 113 .974 [97]
1981 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* San Diego Padres 220 422 16 72 .976 [98]
1982 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 279 535 13 101 .984 [99]
1983 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 304 519 21 100 .975 [100]
1984 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 233 437 12 94 .982 [101]
1985 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 264 549 14 111 .983 [102]
1986 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 229 453 15 96 .978 [103]
1987 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 245 516 10 111 .987 [104]
1988 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 234 519 22 79 .972 [105]
1989 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 209 483 17 73 .976 [106]
1990 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 212 378 12 66 .980 [107]
1991 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 244 387 8 79 .987 [108]
1992 Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith* St. Louis Cardinals 232 420 10 82 .985 [109]
1993 Bell, JayJay Bell Pittsburgh Pirates 256 527 11 100 .986 [110]
1994 Larkin, BarryBarry Larkin Cincinnati Reds 178 312 10 62 .980 [111]
1995 Larkin, BarryBarry Larkin Cincinnati Reds 192 341 11 72 .980 [112]
1996 Larkin, BarryBarry Larkin Cincinnati Reds 230 426 17 80 .975 [113]
1997 Ordonez, ReyRey Ordóñez New York Mets 171 355 9 71 .983 [114]
1998 Ordonez, ReyRey Ordóñez New York Mets 265 401 17 82 .975 [115]
1999 Ordonez, ReyRey Ordóñez New York Mets 220 416 4 91 .994 [116]
2000 Perez, NeifiNeifi Pérez Colorado Rockies 288 524 18 120 .978 [117]
2001 Cabrera, OrlandoOrlando Cabrera Montréal Expos 246 515 11 106 .986 [118]
2002 Renteria, EdgarEdgar Rentería St. Louis Cardinals 202 410 19 72 .970 [119]
2003 Renteria, EdgarEdgar Rentería St. Louis Cardinals 191 439 16 83 .975 [120]
2004 Izturis, CesarCésar Izturis Los Angeles Dodgers 234 430 10 96 .985 [121]
2005 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel San Francisco Giants 234 426 8 80 .988 [122]
2006 Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel San Francisco Giants 205 389 4 86 .993 [123]
2007 Rollins, JimmyJimmy Rollins Philadelphia Phillies 227 479 11 110 .985 [124]
2008 Rollins, JimmyJimmy Rollins Philadelphia Phillies 193 393 7 71 .988 [125]
2009 Rollins, JimmyJimmy Rollins Philadelphia Phillies 212 389 6 72 .990 [126]
2010 Tulowitzki, TroyTroy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies 211 388 10 103 .984 [127]
2011 Tulowitzki, TroyTroy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies 261 417 6 98 .991 [128]
2012 Rollins, JimmyJimmy Rollins Philadelphia Phillies 204 377 13 74 .978 [129]
2013 Simmons, AndreltonAndrelton Simmons Atlanta Braves 240 499 14 94 .981 [130]

Footnotes[edit]

  • a b In 1957, Gold Gloves were given to the top fielders in Major League Baseball, instead of separate awards for the National and American Leagues; therefore, the winners are the same in each table.

See also[edit]

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