Heyward, one of three Gold Glove finalists for the Cubs, is the first Cubs player to win consecutive Gold Gloves since right-hander Greg Maddux won three in a row in 2004-06. Barnhart, who made only one error in 110 games this season, became the first Reds catcher to win the award since Hall of Famer Johnny Bench.
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This is apparently an interim step, in order to give Apple an opportunity to test the technology on an existing product. The headset will be capable of running its own apps, and have access to a dedicated version of Apple's app store.
· Arenado led all National League third baseman in total chances (423), assists (311), double plays (39), defensive WAR (2.3), and range factor per game (2.64) while ranking second in fielding percentage (.979) and third in zone rating (.832).
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He was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies before the 2010 season and won another Cy Young in his first year with the team. Halladay won several awards throughout his career, including the AL Cy Young in 2003 and the NL Cy Young in 2010.
This year's award is Gordon's fifth in this career, which is the second-most in Royals franchise history behind Frank White's eight Gold Gloves from 1977-1982 and 1986-1987. Gordon's five Rawlings Gold Glove Awards are second-most among active Major League outfielders, trailing only Ichiro Suzuki's 10.
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But the Telegraph reports that Antonio Conte's unhappiness with Chelsea's summer transfer activity has led to tension at the club. The former Nigerian footballer has done well to recruit some big names since joining in 2007, helping Chelsea to eight trophies.
This is the first time that either player has earned the award. He was named Baseball America's Minor League Player of the Year in 2013. He was also tops among AL first basemen in innings (1338.0) and total chances (1314), while finishing second in putouts (1314) and fourth in fielding percentage (.997). 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. The duo both won the award at their respective positions in 2014. In addition, a sabermetric formula offered by the Society for American Baseball Research represents 25 percent of the voting.