List of Gold Glove Award winners at first base

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Keith Hernandez has won eleven consecutive Gold Gloves at first base, the most by any MLB player.

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]

Keith Hernandez has won the most Gold Gloves at first base, capturing 11 consecutive awards in the National League from 1978 to 1988.[6] In the American League, Don Mattingly won nine times with the New York Yankees for the second-highest total among first basemen,[7] and George Scott won eight awards playing for the Boston Red Sox (three) and the Milwaukee Brewers[a] (five).[8] Victor Pellot, who played most of his major league career under the alias "Vic Power", and Bill White each won seven awards;[9][10] six-time winners include Wes Parker and J. T. Snow.[11][12] Steve Garvey and Mark Grace have won four Gold Gloves at the position,[13][14] as well as Mark Teixeira as of 2010. Eddie Murray is the only member of the Baseball Hall of Fame to win a Gold Glove at first base in either league.[15]

Among winners, Garvey has made the most putouts in a season, with 1,606 in 1977.[13] Murray leads American League winners in that category, with 1,538 in 1984.[15] Kevin Youkilis has made the fewest errors in a season, also achieving the highest fielding percentage, when he went the entire 2007 season without an error for a fielding percentage of 1.000.[16] Several players have made one error in a winning season, including Parker in 1968,[11] Snow in 1998,[12] and Rafael Palmeiro in 1999.[17] Parker and Snow achieved a .999 fielding percentage in those seasons, as did Todd Helton in 2001.[11][12][18] The player with the most errors in an award-winning season was Scott; he made 19 errors in 1967.[8] Hernandez made the most assists in a season, with 149 in 1986 and 1987, and turned the most double plays in the National League (147) in 1983.[6] The highest double play total in the major leagues belongs to Cecil Cooper, who turned 160 double plays in 1980.[19]

Darin Erstad won a Gold Glove as a first baseman in 2004 after winning two awards in the outfield (2000, 2002), making him the only player to win the award as an infielder and an outfielder.[20] In 1999, Palmeiro won the Gold Glove with the Texas Rangers while only appearing in 28 games as a first baseman; he appeared in 135 games as a designated hitter that season,[17] resulting in some controversy over his selection.[21][22][23][24]

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]

Gil Hodges was first player to ever win the Gold Glove in 1957; at the time it was a consolidated award between both the NL and AL.
Mark Teixeira (2005–2006, 2009–2010, 2012 AL Gold Glove winner)
Carlos Peña (2008 AL Gold Glove winner)
Kevin Youkilis (left; 2007 AL Gold Glove winner)
Year Player Team PO A E DP FPct Ref
1957[b] Gil Hodges Brooklyn Dodgers (NL) 1,317 115 14 115 .990 [25]
1958 Vic Power Kansas City Athletics
Cleveland Indians
702 77 6 94 .992 [26]
[27]
1959 Vic Power Cleveland Indians 1,039 110 6 98 .995 [28]
1960 Vic Power Cleveland Indians 1,177 145 5 145 .996 [29]
1961 Vic Power Cleveland Indians 1,154 142 8 101 .994 [30]
1962 Vic Power Minnesota Twins 1,193 134 10 133 .993 [31]
1963 Vic Power Minnesota Twins 896 76 8 86 .992 [32]
1964 Vic Power Minnesota Twins
Los Angeles Angels
Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
491 50 2 39 .996 [33]
[34]
[35]
1965 Joe Pepitone New York Yankees 1,036 71 3 104 .997 [36]
1966 Joe Pepitone New York Yankees 1,044 92 6 92 .995 [37]
1967 George Scott Boston Red Sox 1,321 94 19 115 .987 [38]
1968 George Scott Boston Red Sox 807 55 11 68 .987 [39]
1969 Joe Pepitone New York Yankees 1,254 74 7 118 .995 [40]
1970 Jim Spencer California Angels 1,212 85 7 131 .995 [41]
1971 George Scott Boston Red Sox 1,256 75 11 122 .992 [42]
1972 George Scott Milwaukee Brewers 1,180 73 10 106 .992 [43]
1973 George Scott Milwaukee Brewers 1,388 118 9 144 .994 [44]
1974 George Scott Milwaukee Brewers 1,345 114 12 137 .992 [45]
1975 George Scott Milwaukee Brewers 1,202 109 14 118 .989 [46]
1976 George Scott Milwaukee Brewers 1,393 107 13 133 .991 [47]
1977 Jim Spencer Chicago White Sox 977 90 10 76 .991 [48]
1978 Chris Chambliss New York Yankees 1,366 111 4 119 .997 [49]
1979 Cecil Cooper Milwaukee Brewers 1,323 78 10 119 .993 [50]
1980 Cecil Cooper Milwaukee Brewers 1,336 106 5 160 .997 [51]
1981 Mike Squires Chicago White Sox 729 58 6 68 .992 [52]
1982 Eddie Murray Baltimore Orioles 1,269 97 4 106 .997 [53]
1983 Eddie Murray Baltimore Orioles 1,393 114 10 136 .993 [54]
1984 Eddie Murray Baltimore Orioles 1,538 143 13 152 .992 [55]
1985 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,318 87 7 154 .995 [56]
1986 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,377 100 6 132 .996 [57]
1987 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,239 91 5 122 .996 [58]
1988 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,250 99 9 131 .993 [59]
1989 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,274 87 7 143 .995 [60]
1990 Mark McGwire Oakland Athletics 1,329 95 5 126 .997 [61]
1991 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,119 77 5 135 .996 [62]
1992 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,209 116 4 129 .997 [63]
1993 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1,258 84 3 123 .998 [64]
1994 Don Mattingly New York Yankees 919 68 2 95 .998 [65]
1995 J. T. Snow California Angels 1,274 103 10 134 .993 [66]
1996 J. T. Snow California Angels 1,308 108 7 133 .995 [67]
1997 Rafael Palmeiro Baltimore Orioles 1,304 112 10 124 .993 [68]
1998 Rafael Palmeiro Baltimore Orioles 1,435 124 9 127 .994 [69]
1999 Rafael Palmeiro Texas Rangers 261 13 1 23 .996 [70]
2000 John Olerud Seattle Mariners 1,271 133 5 154 .996 [71]
2001 Doug Mientkiewicz Minnesota Twins 1,263 69 4 95 .997 [72]
2002 John Olerud Seattle Mariners 1,169 101 5 122 .996 [73]
2003 John Olerud Seattle Mariners 1,096 125 3 126 .998 [74]
2004 Darin Erstad Anaheim Angels 986 66 4 83 .996 [75]
2005 Mark Teixeira Texas Rangers 1,377 101 3 127 .998 [76]
2006 Mark Teixeira Texas Rangers 1,481 88 4 157 .997 [77]
2007 Kevin Youkilis Boston Red Sox 990 90 0 101 1.000 [78]
2008 Carlos Peña Tampa Bay Rays 991 106 2 117 .998 [79]
2009 Mark Teixeira New York Yankees 1,222 49 4 110 .997 [80]
2010 Mark Teixeira New York Yankees 1,227 80 3 137 .998 [81]
2011 Adrian Gonzalez Boston Red Sox 1,222 125 4 106 .997 [82]
2012 Mark Teixeira New York Yankees 985 69 1 91 .999 [83]
2013 Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals 1,205 122 8 118 .994 [84]
2014 Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals 1,043 88 10 85 .991 [85]
2015 Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals 1,261 101 4 121 .997 [86]
2016 Mitch Moreland Texas Rangers 1,036 65 2 138 .998 [87]
2017 Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals 1,235 75 4 124 .997 [88]
2018 Matt Olson Oakland Athletics 1,403 84 7 115 .995 [89]

National League winners[edit]

Gil Hodges, First Player to ever win the Gold Glove in 1957, that was a consolidated award of the NL/AL
Albert Pujols (2006, 2010 NL Gold Glove winner)
Adrian Gonzalez (2008–2009, 2014 NL Gold Glove winner)
Derrek Lee (2003, 2005, 2007 NL Gold Glove winner)
Year Player Team PO A E DP FPct Ref
1957[c] Gil Hodges Brooklyn Dodgers 1,317 115 14 115 .990 [25]
1958 Gil Hodges Los Angeles Dodgers 907 69 8 134 .992 [90]
1959 Gil Hodges Los Angeles Dodgers 891 66 8 77 .992 [91]
1960 Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 994 65 11 109 .990 [92]
1961 Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1,373 104 17 125 .989 [93]
1962 Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1,221 94 9 114 .993 [94]
1963 Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1,389 105 13 126 .991 [95]
1964 Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1,513 101 6 125 .996 [96]
1965 Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1,308 109 11 114 .992 [97]
1966 Bill White Philadelphia Phillies 1,422 109 9 118 .994 [98]
1967 Wes Parker Los Angeles Dodgers 913 68 4 72 .996 [99]
1968 Wes Parker Los Angeles Dodgers 939 69 1 74 .999 [100]
1969 Wes Parker Los Angeles Dodgers 1,189 79 6 87 .995 [101]
1970 Wes Parker Los Angeles Dodgers 1,498 125 7 116 .996 [102]
1971 Wes Parker Los Angeles Dodgers 1,215 97 5 113 .996 [103]
1972 Wes Parker Los Angeles Dodgers 1,074 68 4 91 .997 [104]
1973 Mike Jorgensen Montréal Expos 990 80 5 88 .995 [105]
1974 Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers 1,536 62 8 108 .995 [106]
1975 Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers 1,500 77 8 96 .995 [107]
1976 Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers 1,583 67 3 138 .998 [108]
1977 Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers 1,606 55 8 137 .995 [109]
1978 Keith Hernandez* St. Louis Cardinals 1,436 96 10 124 .994 [110]
1979 Keith Hernandez* St. Louis Cardinals 1,489 146 8 145 .995 [111]
1980 Keith Hernandez* St. Louis Cardinals 1,572 115 9 146 .995 [112]
1981 Keith Hernandez* St. Louis Cardinals 1,054 86 3 99 .997 [113]
1982 Keith Hernandez* St. Louis Cardinals 1,586 135 11 140 .994 [114]
1983 Keith Hernandez* St. Louis Cardinals
New York Mets
1,418 147 13 147 .992 [115]
[116]
1984 Keith Hernandez* New York Mets 1,214 142 8 127 .994 [117]
1985 Keith Hernandez* New York Mets 1,310 139 4 113 .997 [118]
1986 Keith Hernandez* New York Mets 1,199 149 5 115 .996 [119]
1987 Keith Hernandez* New York Mets 1,298 149 10 110 .993 [120]
1988 Keith Hernandez* New York Mets 734 77 2 63 .998 [121]
1989 Andrés Galarraga Montréal Expos 1,335 91 11 97 .992 [122]
1990 Andrés Galarraga Montréal Expos 1,300 94 10 93 .993 [123]
1991 Will Clark San Francisco Giants 1,273 110 4 115 .997 [124]
1992 Mark Grace Chicago Cubs 1,580 141 4 119 .998 [125]
1993 Mark Grace Chicago Cubs 1,456 112 5 134 .997 [126]
1994 Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 922 120 9 94 .991 [127]
1995 Mark Grace Chicago Cubs 1,211 114 7 93 .995 [128]
1996 Mark Grace Chicago Cubs 1,259 107 4 120 .997 [129]
1997 J. T. Snow San Francisco Giants 1,308 108 7 133 .995 [130]
1998 J. T. Snow San Francisco Giants 1,040 94 1 99 .999 [131]
1999 J. T. Snow San Francisco Giants 1,221 122 6 123 .996 [132]
2000 J. T. Snow San Francisco Giants 1,198 92 6 35 .995 [133]
2001 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 1,306 119 2 139 .999 [134]
2002 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 1,358 112 7 138 .995 [135]
2003 Derrek Lee Florida Marlins 1,279 97 5 132 .996 [136]
2004 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 1,356 144 4 130 .997 [137]
2005 Derrek Lee Chicago Cubs 1,323 122 6 118 .996 [138]
2006 Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals 1,345 110 6 145 .996 [139]
2007 Derrek Lee Chicago Cubs 1,165 87 7 99 .994 [140]
2008 Adrian Gonzalez San Diego Padres 1,306 130 6 129 .996 [141]
2009 Adrian Gonzalez San Diego Padres 1,224 136 7 116 .995 [142]
2010 Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals 1,458 157 4 146 .998 [143]
2011 Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds 1,341 173 6 127 .996 [144]
2012 Adam LaRoche Washington Nationals 1,260 100 7 113 .995 [145]
2013 Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks 1,494 99 5 118 .997 [146]
2014 Adrian Gonzalez Los Angeles Dodgers 1,318 118 6 118 .996 [147]
2015 Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks 1,378 123 5 129 .997 [148]
2016 Anthony Rizzo Chicago Cubs 1,268 126 6 98 .996 [149]
2017 Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks 1,254 103 4 116 .997 [150]
2018 Anthony Rizzo Chicago Cubs 1,133 147 7 128 .995 [151]
Freddie Freeman Atlanta Braves 1,268 72 7 116 .995 [152]

Footnotes[edit]

  • a The Brewers were members of the American League until 1997, when Commissioner Bud Selig offered the team the option to switch leagues due to a realignment of Major League Baseball's divisions. The Brewers have been members of the National League since 1998.[153]
  • b c 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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