Maybe you didn’t think of the
The Dodgers committed 109 errors, and only the Milwaukee Brewers (corrected) finished with more in the
Individually, however, the Dodgers don't look so bad. In fact, they apparently look pretty good. Particularly after five Dodgers were named finalists at their positions for 2013 Gold Gloves -- the highest number of any club in the NL.
Baltimore led all teams with six nominees, the Dodgers tying Kansas City for second overall with five.
This is the third year that Rawlings has named finalists for its annual awards, apparently in an effort to build some drama for the Tuesday night announcement on ESPN2.
Despite the five nominations, the Dodgers could come away without any winners.
Mark Ellis and Gonzalez, by their standards, had slightly down years defensively. A.J. Ellis has the unenviable task of beating out five-time winner
Uribe is the one player the Dodgers have pushed for the award, and probably is their strongest candidate. He’s up against Colorado’s
Greinke is also a strong candidate, and like St. Louis’
Managers and coaches vote for Gold Gloves, and much of the annual results seem based on reputation, so it's not like they always get it right.