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Justin Turner Is Only Dodger To Be Named A Gold Glove Finalist

Jun 20, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner (10) picks up a ball in an attempt for an out during the eighth inning against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

The list of the Gold Glove finalists is announced and Justin Turner is the only Dodgers player as a finalist. Rawling Sports selected several players from all positions that excelled in the 2016 season.

Justin Turner is joined with two other phenomenal players in the third base position.

  • Nolan Arenado (Colorado Rockies)
  • Anthony Rendon (Washington Nationals)
G GS INN ASSISTS ERRORS DP FPCT
Nolan Arenado 160 159 1377.1 378 13 39 0.973
Anthony Rendon 155 150 1345.0 239 9 25 0.976
Justin Turner 144 138 1244.2 240 9 15 0.972

The following teams had players represent them in an astounding way:

  1. San Francisco Giants
  2. St. Louis Cardinals
  3. Milwaukee Brewers
  4. Arizona Diamondbacks
  5. San Diego Padres
  6. Chicago Cubs
  7. Colorado Rockies
  8. Washington Nationals
  9. Los Angeles Dodgers
  10. Philadelphia Phillies
  11. Miami Marlins
  12. Cincinnati Reds
  13. Pittsburgh Pirates
  14. Atlanta Braves

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