After not having anyone win a Gold Glove from 2000 to 2008 ¿ the longest stretch in team history ¿ four Orioles players have combined for six awards in the past four years. Catcher Matt Wieters (above) and center fielder Adam Jones each won their second career Gold Glove last year, while shortstop J.J. Hardy received the award for the first time. Wieters and Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis each won in 2011, and Jones picked up his first Gold Glove in 2009. With all four players known for their defense, it's likely to see more gold at the end of this season.
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