List of Gold Glove Award winners at second base

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Roberto Alomar leads all second basemen with 10 Gold Glove Award wins.

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]

Roberto Alomar leads second basemen in wins; he won 10 Gold Gloves in 11 years with three different American League teams.[6] Ryne Sandberg has the second-highest total overall; his nine awards, all won with the Chicago Cubs, are the most by a National League player.[7] Bill Mazeroski and Frank White are tied for the third-highest total, with eight wins.[8][9] Mazeroski's were won with the Pittsburgh Pirates,[8] and White won his with the Kansas City Royals.[9] Joe Morgan and Bobby Richardson each won five Gold Glove Awards,[10][11] and four-time winners include Craig Biggio (who won after converting to second base from catcher), Bret Boone, and Bobby Grich.[12][13][14] Hall of Famers who won Gold Gloves at second base include Sandberg, Mazeroski, Morgan, and Nellie Fox.[7][8][10][15]

Only one winning second baseman has had an errorless season; Plácido Polanco set a record among winners by becoming the first to post a season with no errors and, therefore, a 1.000 fielding percentage.[16] The best mark in the National League was set by Sandberg in 1991, his final winning season. He committed four errors and amassed a .995 fielding percentage.[7] Grich has made the most putouts in a season, with 484 in 1974.[14] Fox made 453 putouts and the same number of assists in the award's inaugural season; this is more putouts than any National League player has achieved.[15] Morgan set the National League mark, with 417 in 1973.[10] Sandberg's 571 assists in 1983 are the most among winners in the major leagues;[7] the American League leader is Grich, who made 509 in 1973.[14] Mazeroski turned the most double plays by a winner, collecting 161 in 1966.[8] The American League leader is Fox (141 double plays in 1957).[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]

Robinson Canó (2010 and 2012 AL Gold Glove winner)
Plácido Polanco (2007, 2009 AL Gold Glove winner)
Dustin Pedroia (2008 and 2011 AL Gold Glove winner)
Year Player Team PO A E DP FPct Ref
1957[a] Fox, NellieNellie Fox Chicago White Sox 453 453 13 141 .986 [17]
1958 Bolling, FrankFrank Bolling Detroit Tigers 342 445 12 109 .985 [18]
1959 Fox, NellieNellie Fox Chicago White Sox 364 453 10 93 .988 [19]
1960 Fox, NellieNellie Fox Chicago White Sox 412 447 13 126 .985 [20]
1961 Richardson, BobbyBobby Richardson New York Yankees 413 376 18 136 .978 [21]
1962 Richardson, BobbyBobby Richardson New York Yankees 378 451 15 116 .982 [22]
1963 Richardson, BobbyBobby Richardson New York Yankees 335 424 12 105 .984 [23]
1964 Richardson, BobbyBobby Richardson New York Yankees 400 410 15 108 .982 [24]
1965 Richardson, BobbyBobby Richardson New York Yankees 372 403 15 121 .981 [25]
1966 Knoop, BobbyBobby Knoop California Angels 381 488 17 135 .981 [26]
1967 Knoop, BobbyBobby Knoop California Angels 386 392 11 91 .986 [27]
1968 Knoop, BobbyBobby Knoop California Angels 350 425 15 94 .981 [28]
1969 Johnson, DaveyDavey Johnson Baltimore Orioles 355 369 12 93 .984 [29]
1970 Johnson, DaveyDavey Johnson Baltimore Orioles 379 390 8 101 .990 [30]
1971 Johnson, DaveyDavey Johnson Baltimore Orioles 361 367 12 103 .984 [31]
1972 Griffin, DougDoug Griffin Boston Red Sox 321 331 15 81 .978 [32]
1973 Grich, BobbyBobby Grich Baltimore Orioles 431 509 5 130 .995 [33]
1974 Grich, BobbyBobby Grich Baltimore Orioles 484 453 20 132 .979 [34]
1975 Grich, BobbyBobby Grich Baltimore Orioles 423 484 21 122 .977 [35]
1976 Grich, BobbyBobby Grich Baltimore Orioles 389 400 12 91 .985 [36]
1977 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 310 434 8 86 .989 [37]
1978 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 325 385 16 96 .978 [38]
1979 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 317 332 12 78 .982 [39]
1980 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 395 448 10 103 .988 [40]
1981 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 226 263 6 70 .988 [41]
1982 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 361 389 17 99 .978 [42]
1983 Whitaker, LouLou Whitaker Detroit Tigers 299 447 13 92 .983 [43]
1984 Whitaker, LouLou Whitaker Detroit Tigers 290 405 15 83 .979 [44]
1985 Whitaker, LouLou Whitaker Detroit Tigers 314 414 11 101 .985 [45]
1986 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 316 439 10 91 .987 [46]
1987 White, FrankFrank White Kansas City Royals 320 458 10 89 .987 [47]
1988 Reynolds, HaroldHarold Reynolds Seattle Mariners 303 471 18 111 .977 [48]
1989 Reynolds, HaroldHarold Reynolds Seattle Mariners 311 506 17 109 .980 [49]
1990 Reynolds, HaroldHarold Reynolds Seattle Mariners 330 499 19 110 .978 [50]
1991 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Toronto Blue Jays 333 447 15 79 .981 [51]
1992 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Toronto Blue Jays 287 378 5 66 .993 [52]
1993 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Toronto Blue Jays 254 439 14 92 .980 [53]
1994 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Toronto Blue Jays 176 275 4 71 .991 [54]
1995 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Toronto Blue Jays 272 367 4 84 .994 [55]
1996 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Baltimore Orioles 279 445 11 107 .985 [56]
1997 Knoblauch, ChuckChuck Knoblauch Minnesota Twins 283 424 11 101 .985 [57]
1998 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Baltimore Orioles 251 449 11 86 .985 [58]
1999 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Cleveland Indians 270 466 6 102 .992 [59]
2000 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Cleveland Indians 293 436 15 109 .980 [60]
2001 Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar* Cleveland Indians 269 424 5 89 .993 [61]
2002 Boone, BretBret Boone Seattle Mariners 251 387 7 84 .989 [62]
2003 Boone, BretBret Boone Seattle Mariners 268 426 7 107 .990 [63]
2004 Boone, BretBret Boone Seattle Mariners 280 350 14 90 .978 [64]
2005 Hudson, OrlandoOrlando Hudson Toronto Blue Jays 302 390 6 80 .991 [65]
2006 Grudzielanek, MarkMark Grudzielanek Kansas City Royals 261 372 4 107 .994 [66]
2007 Polanco, PlacidoPlácido Polanco Detroit Tigers 294 389 0 101 1.000 [67]
2008 Pedroia, DustinDustin Pedroia Boston Red Sox 279 448 6 101 .992 [68]
2009 Polanco, PlacidoPlácido Polanco Detroit Tigers 290 439 2 112 .997 [69]
2010 Cano, RobinsonRobinson Canó New York Yankees 341 432 3 114 .996 [70]
2011 Pedroia, DustinDustin Pedroia Boston Red Sox 290 425 7 81 .990 [71]
2012 Cano, RobinsonRobinson Canó New York Yankees 285 435 6 92 .992 [72]
2013 Pedroia, DustinDustin Pedroia Boston Red Sox 254 429 5 102 .993 [73]

National League winners[edit]

Brandon Phillips (2008, 2010–2011, 2013 NL Gold Glove winner)
Orlando Hudson (2006–2007, 2009 NL Gold Glove winner; 2005 AL Gold Glove winner)
Luis Castillo (2003–2005 NL Gold Glove winner)
Year Player Team PO A E DP FPct Ref
1957[b] Fox, NellieNellie Fox (AL) Chicago White Sox 453 453 13 141 .986 [17]
1958 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 344 496 17 118 .980 [74]
1959 Neal, CharlieCharlie Neal Los Angeles Dodgers 386 413 9 110 .989 [75]
1960 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 413 449 10 127 .989 [76]
1961 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 410 505 23 144 .975 [77]
1962 Hubbs, KenKen Hubbs Chicago Cubs 363 489 15 103 .983 [78]
1963 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 340 506 14 131 .984 [79]
1964 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 346 543 23 122 .975 [80]
1965 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 290 439 9 113 .988 [81]
1966 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 411 538 8 161 .992 [82]
1967 Mazeroski, BillBill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 417 498 18 131 .981 [83]
1968 Beckert, GlennGlenn Beckert Chicago Cubs 356 461 19 107 .977 [84]
1969 Millan, FelixFélix Millán Atlanta Braves 373 444 17 72 .980 [85]
1970 Helms, TommyTommy Helms Cincinnati Reds 350 410 13 107 .983 [86]
1971 Helms, TommyTommy Helms Cincinnati Reds 395 468 9 130 .990 [87]
1972 Millan, FelixFélix Millán Atlanta Braves 273 339 8 67 .987 [88]
1973 Morgan, JoeJoe Morgan Cincinnati Reds 417 440 9 106 .990 [89]
1974 Morgan, JoeJoe Morgan Cincinnati Reds 344 385 13 92 .982 [90]
1975 Morgan, JoeJoe Morgan Cincinnati Reds 356 425 11 96 .986 [91]
1976 Morgan, JoeJoe Morgan Cincinnati Reds 342 335 13 85 .981 [92]
1977 Morgan, JoeJoe Morgan Cincinnati Reds 351 359 5 100 .993 [93]
1978 Lopes, DaveyDavey Lopes Los Angeles Dodgers 337 424 20 88 .974 [94]
1979 Trillo, MannyManny Trillo Philadelphia Phillies 270 368 10 84 .985 [95]
1980 Flynn, DougDoug Flynn New York Mets 283 370 6 70 .991 [96]
1981 Trillo, MannyManny Trillo Philadelphia Phillies 245 286 7 61 .987 [97]
1982 Trillo, MannyManny Trillo Philadelphia Phillies 343 441 5 101 .994 [98]
1983 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 330 571 13 126 .986 [99]
1984 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 314 550 6 102 .993 [100]
1985 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 353 500 12 99 .986 [101]
1986 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 309 492 5 86 .994 [102]
1987 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 294 375 10 84 .985 [103]
1988 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 291 522 11 79 .987 [104]
1989 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 294 466 6 80 .992 [105]
1990 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 278 469 8 81 .989 [106]
1991 Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 267 515 4 66 .995 [107]
1992 Lind, JoseJosé Lind Pittsburgh Pirates 311 428 6 78 .992 [108]
1993 Thompson, RobbyRobby Thompson San Francisco Giants 273 384 8 95 .988 [109]
1994 Biggio, CraigCraig Biggio Houston Astros 225 338 7 63 .988 [110]
1995 Biggio, CraigCraig Biggio Houston Astros 299 419 10 78 .986 [111]
1996 Biggio, CraigCraig Biggio Houston Astros 361 440 10 76 .988 [112]
1997 Biggio, CraigCraig Biggio Houston Astros 341 504 18 108 .979 [113]
1998 Boone, BretBret Boone Cincinnati Reds 329 416 9 100 .988 [114]
1999 Reese, PokeyPokey Reese Cincinnati Reds 325 409 7 91 .991 [115]
2000 Reese, PokeyPokey Reese Cincinnati Reds 289 393 14 88 .980 [116]
2001 Vina, FernandoFernando Viña St. Louis Cardinals 315 383 9 100 .987 [117]
2002 Vina, FernandoFernando Viña St. Louis Cardinals 287 401 13 104 .981 [118]
2003 Castillo, LuisLuis Castillo Florida Marlins 286 433 10 99 .986 [119]
2004 Castillo, LuisLuis Castillo Florida Marlins 275 406 6 97 .991 [120]
2005 Castillo, LuisLuis Castillo Florida Marlins 245 352 7 87 .988 [121]
2006 Hudson, OrlandoOrlando Hudson Arizona Diamondbacks 311 510 13 115 .984 [122]
2007 Hudson, OrlandoOrlando Hudson Arizona Diamondbacks 258 387 10 96 .985 [123]
2008 Phillips, BrandonBrandon Phillips Cincinnati Reds 298 401 7 85 .990 [124]
2009 Hudson, OrlandoOrlando Hudson Los Angeles Dodgers 325 359 8 77 .988 [125]
2010 Phillips, BrandonBrandon Phillips Cincinnati Reds 281 419 3 95 .996 [126]
2011 Phillips, BrandonBrandon Phillips Cincinnati Reds 306 409 6 94 .990 [127]
2012 Barney, DarwinDarwin Barney Chicago Cubs 315 426 3 98 .996 [128]
2013 Phillips, BrandonBrandon Phillips Cincinnati Reds 278 428 9 84 .987 [129]

See also[edit]

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.

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