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Arenado, Heyward and Gordon win the Golden Glove for the fifth time and make history

Arenado, Heyward and Gordon win the Golden Glove for the fifth time and make history

The Puerto Rican third baseman, Nolan Arenado, along with the outfielders, Jason Heyward and Alex Gordon made history by winning the Golden Glove award last night for the fifth time in a row while the Puerto Rican receiver Martín Maldonado took it for the first time and it prevented the Venezuelan Salvador Pérez from also having achieved the fifth consecutive Golden Glove.

The Major League Baseball Awards for Defensive Excellence were announced for the sixtieth season through the Rawlings Sports Company.

Arenado, of the Colorado Rockies; Heyward (Chicago Cubs) and Gordon (Kansas City Royals) received the award, without the rest of the winners this year having more than them.

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Maldonado, a catcher for the Los Angeles Angels, who received the award for the first time, ended Perez’s four-year reign, who plays for the Royals.

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