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Twins' Buxton, Dozier win Gold Gloves

09 November 2017

Cain has never won a Gold Glove.

Nolan Arenado, Jason Heyward and Alex Gordon each won a fifth career Gold Glove Award on Tuesday night.

The ex-Husker continued to make some incredible catches in left field.

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Buxton and Dozier are the first Twins since Joe Mauer in 2010 to win a Gold Glove. Hosmer's four Rawlings Gold Glove Awards are tied with Perez for third-most all-time among Kansas City players.

Heyward is the first Cubs player to win a Gold Glove at any position in consecutive seasons since pitcher Greg Maddux won three from 2004-06 (Maddux finished the 2006 campaign with the Dodgers) and the first position player to accomplish this feat since first baseman Mark Grace in 1995-96.

LeMahieu played 153 games (151 starts) in 2017, ending the year with a.989 fielding percentage - both tops among qualified NL second basemen. Omar Vizquel and Ivan Rodriguez will also be inducted into the Rawlings Gold Glove Award Hall of Fame. Hosmer also had a streak of 120 games without being charged with an error, the longest streak by a Royals first baseman, according to Elias Sports Bureau. A combination of the global fan vote and the SABR Defensive Index will determine who takes home the honor of each League's top defensive player.

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The full list of winners can be seen here from Major League Baseball.

Gordon previously won four straight Gold Gloves during 2011-14.

Each manager and up to six members of his staff vote from a pool of qualified players in their league, and can't vote for players on their team.

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Twins' Buxton, Dozier win Gold Gloves