ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMIZ)
For the 32nd time in club history, the St. Louis Cardinals have multiple Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners, following the 2022 season.
Third baseman Nolan Arenado and utility player Brendan Donovan both received the honor on Tuesday.
It is Arenado's 10th-consecutive time winning the award. This year's win ties him up for the second-most awards all-time in league history with Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt. The 31-year-old is the seventh infielder in MLB history to have more than 10 Gold Glove Award selections and the fourth infielder to win at least 10 straight.
Arenado ranked first amongst MLB third baseman with 42 double plays and second with 283 assists.
It is Donovan's first time winning the award. The 25-year-old is the first National League rookie to win the award since his teammate Arenado did it in 2013 with Colorado.
Donovan spent most of his innings at second base in 2022, however, he also logged some time at five other positions throughout the season. He finished his first Major League season with just seven errors across 854.1 innings, along with 49 double plays and four outfield assists.
St. Louis has had 99 Gold Glove winners since the award's inception in 1957.