While Gold Gloves are cool and all, prospective suitors are more interested in his first fully healthy season in three years. You can understand why people would rather watch that live and find out who won Gold Gloves later.
Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo won his second career Gold Glove on Sunday night, tying the Braves' Freddie Freeman for the award at their position.
Though it was perhaps a bit of a longshot to suggest that Justin Smoak would take home the Gold Glove Award for American League first baseman, it still would've been undeniably nice to have at least one Toronto Blue Jay take home an award.
He's got a World Series ring, and now a Gold Glove to go along with it.
With the win, Greinke ties Ron Guidry, Phil Niekro and Kenny Rogers for seventh all-time among pitchers to win the award.
The site said of Wong: "He excels going to his left handling batted balls in the hole between first and second, as good or better than anyone in baseball".
Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons and Royals left fielder Alex Gordon also won in the AL.
Kolten Wong was a finalist for the National League's second base gold glove.
It's the third straight Gold Glove for Inciarte. 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. It was a similar situation at catcher in the AL, with Salvador Perez winning for Kansas City for the fifth time after he was unseated by Martin Maldonado previous year.