Pedroia won his second straight Gold Glove award on Tuesday evening. It’s his fourth overall, tying him with Fred Lynn for the third-most Gold Gloves by a Red Sox player. He also won the award in 2008 and 2011.
Pedroia is the 1st Red Sox player at any position to win a Gold Glove in consecutive seasons since Dwight Evans won 5 straight from 1981-85.
— Jon Shestakofsky ( Shesta_Sox) November 5, 2014
With the win, Pedroia earned a $100,000 bonus. He beat out Seattle’s Robinson Cano and Detroit’s Ian Kinsler for this year’s award "
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Red Sox third-base coach Brian Butterfield could not cast a vote for Dustin Pedroia to win a Gold Glove as the American League’s best fielding second baseman. Managers and coaches are not allowed to vote for players on their own team. But Butterfield had ...Read more
... was awarded his fourth Gold Glove at second base. The lone Red Sox winner -- left fielder Yoenis Cespedes and center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. were finalists -- Pedroia became the first Red Sox player to win consecutive Gold Gloves since Dwight Evans ...Read more
According to Fangraphs, he also topped all major league second baseman in Ultimate Zone Rating per 150 games (20.4). Pedroia is the first Red Sox player at any position to win a Gold Glove in consecutive seasons since Dwight Evans did it in five straight y ...Read more
Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was named the 2014 American League Gold Glove winner for his respective position on Tuesday. The win marks Pedroia’s 4th career Gold Glove. He edged out Seattle’s Robinson Cano and Detroit’s Ian Kinsler in ...Read more