MLB held its annual Gold Glove awards show on Sunday on MLB Network. The Dodgers featured three finalists for awards in the National League. Max Muncy was nominated at first base and AJ Pollock along with Mookie Betts earned nominations in the outfield.
Unsurprisingly, LA was blanked in 2021.
The Dodgers were a bad defensive team in 2021. Nobody deserved a Gold Glove https://t.co/PtHurjB2iP
— Tim Rogers 2080 ?? (@SDDodger) November 8, 2021
Leading the way in awards was the St. Louis Cardinals who featured a historic five winners (Paul Goldschmidt, 1B; Tommy Edman, 2B; Nolan Arenado, 3B; Tyler O’Neill, LF; Harrison Bader, CF) in the NL. Muncy placed third at first base, Pollock placed third in left field, and Betts was the runner up in right field.
For Mookie, it snapped a string of five straight awards.
For the Dodgers, it was the first time there were no winners out of LA since the 2018 season. Cody Bellinger won in right field in 2019 and Mooie in right in 2020.
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