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Ian Kinsler loses out to Dustin Pedroia on Fielding Bible Award at second base

Ian Kinsler loses out to Dustin Pedroia on Fielding Bible Award at second base

DETROIT — Ian Kinsler may have had a Gold Glove-caliber season in the estimation of his teammates and manager, but he did not have the best defensive season among second basemen, according to the Fielding Bible Awards. Boston’s Dustin Pedroia took home the Fielding Bible Award for second base, announced Thursday. The Fielding Bible Awards are voted on by a 12-member panel, and selects the best player at each position in baseball, rather than by league. This year, it selected the best multi-position player, the American League Championship Series MVP Lorenzo Cain of Kansas City, who played...
Full Count | WEEI Oct 23, 2014

Jackie Bradley Jr., Dustin Pedroia and Yoenis Cespedes finalists for AL Gold Glove

Three members of the Red Sox were named finalists for the 2014 Rawlings Gold Glove Award, which recognizes one player from each league at each position. Three-time winner Dustin Pedroia was named a finalist along with Robinson Cano of the Mariners and Ian Kinsler of the Tigers. Jackie Bradley Jr. was named a finalist in […]

Dustin Pedroia, Yoenis Cespedes, Jackie Bradley Jr. named as Gold Glove finalists

Finalists for the Gold Glove Awards were announced Thursday, and the Boston Red Sox have three contenders: Dustin Pedroia at second base, Yoenis Cespedes in left field, and Jackie Bradley Jr. in center field. Pedroia is vying for his second straight and fourth Gold Glove overall at second base, having also claimed the honor in 2008 and 2011. His competition this year includes the Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano, who won two Gold Gloves while playing for the New York Yankees, as well as the Detroit Tigers' Ian Kinsler.

Three Mariners – Robinson Cano, Felix Hernandez, Kyle Seager – named Gold Glove finalists

Seattle Mariners All-Stars Robinson Cano, Felix Hernandez and Kyle Seager are all finalists at their respective positions for A.L. Gold Glove Awards, the MLB announced Thursday. Cano is one of three American League finalists at second base, joining Ian Kinsler of the Detroit Tigers and Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox. Cano, who previously […]
The Republican Oct 23, 2014

Jackie Bradley Jr., Yoenis Cespedes and Dustin Pedroia named Red Sox's finalists for Gold Glove Awards

Bradley played in only 127 games for the Red Sox in 2014, and 113 of them in center field, but the rookie was still considered the best defender in the game by manager John Farrell.
Fenway Nation Oct 23, 2014
Pedey, Yoenis And JBJ In Gold Glove Finals

Pedey, Yoenis And JBJ In Gold Glove Finals

Three Red Sox players are finalists in 2014 Gold Glove voting. Dustin Pedroia (2B), Yoenis Cespedes (LF) and Jackie Bradley, Jr. (CF) are among the three finalists at their respective positions. Pedroia will be up against Robinson Cano and Ian Kinsler. Cespedes will contend with Alex Gordon and Michael Brantley. Bradley will vie with Adam Jones and Adam Eaton. The winners will be announced on November 4th—which also happens to be Election Day in the real world.
Over the Monster Oct 23, 2014

Dustin Pedroia, Yoenis Cespedes, Jackie Bradley Jr. named Gold Glove finalists

Three Red Sox have been named finalists for Rawlings Gold Glove awards. The Red Sox will have three shots at a Gold Glove this year, with Dustin Pedroia, Yoenis Cespedes, and Jackie Bradley Jr. being named finalists for second base, left field, and center field respectively. For Pedroia, this is nothing new. He's constantly in the mix, and should probably win more often than he does, even with three already to his name. If he wants to make it four, Pedroia will have to beat out Ian Kinsler and Robinson Cano--strong competition when you consider that these awards tend to only be about 30%...
Pedroia, Cespedes, Bradley All Named Finalists For Gold Gloves

Pedroia, Cespedes, Bradley All Named Finalists For Gold Gloves

The Sox second baseman will be vying for his fourth while the two outfielders each go for his first.
The Republican Oct 15, 2014

Stock Watch: Dustin Pedroia's power decline alarming, but Red Sox second baseman far from finished

Bring your outfielders in, because injured or not, Pedroia looked like he was swinging fiberboard bats in 2014.

Red Sox offseason primer: Second base

BOSTON -- The trainers know. So do the manager, general manager, owners, teammates and presumably his wife, Kelli. Somehow, Dustin Pedroia swears them all to secrecy. If he won't tell you he's hurt, they sure as hell won't, either. That has been an operating principle ever since Pedroia first strutted into the Boston Red Sox clubhouse in 2006, and there have been rare deviations since. Pedroia was ticked off a year ago last May when the Boston Herald first got wind that his thumb injury was serious, and the closest he came to admitting that his wrist injury this spring was an ongoing issue...

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