Reds Barnhart wins Rawlings Gold Glove

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Jason Heyward will have to make some room for another Gold Glove award.

Catcher Salvador Perez was up for his fifth straight award, but the voters chose the Angels' Martin Maldonado, who was in his first full season as a team's starting catcher.

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"I am taken aback by it, to be honest with you", Barnhart said. "He has excelled at every level".

Along with Arenado, LeMahieu helped lead Colorado to a team fielding percentage of.987, just.001 percent behind Miami for tops in the National League in 2017.

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According to FanGraphs, both players had 18 defensive runs saved in 2017 but Heyward accomplished that number in almost 300 less innings in the field. As calculated by Fangraphs, Barnhart led all Major League catchers in defensive value and in defensive runs saved. He committed two errors, third-fewest in the majors.

He's consistently been one of the best defensive outfielders since his career began in 2010. He caught 7 of the pitching staff's 8 shutouts and Scott Feldman's 4-0 complete game win on 5/7 vs SF. Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart and Marlins left fielder Marcell Ozuna also won for the first time. He played 140 games in left field, one in right and 15 in center field this season, seeing action in center for the first time in his Major League career.

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The Minnesota Twins outfielder awarded an American League Gold Glove for his outstanding play in center field during the 2017 season.

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