Rockies left fielder Carlos Gonzalez and third baseman Nolan Arenado won National League Rawlings Gold Glove Awards.
Gonzalez led the league with 11 assists from left field despite only playing 110 games. The award is the third of his career, having also won in 2010 and '12. He has now tied newly retired Todd Helton (2001-02, 2004) for the second-most awards in franchise history.
Arenado, 22, didn't appear in a Major League game until April 28, but managed to lead the league in range factor per game and range factor per nine innings in his 130 defensive games.
2013 represents the fourth time that multiple Rockies have been awarded a Gold Glove in the same season. In 2001 and 2002 Todd Helton (1B) and Larry Walker (OF), and in 2010 Carlos Gonzalez (OF) and Troy Tulowitzki (SS), were each awarded Gold Gloves in the same season as their teammate.
Arenado is the first Rockies rookie to win a Gold Glove Award in franchise history.
He is also the 10th Rookie, and second rookie third baseman, in Major League history to be awarded a Rawlings Gold Glove since the award’s inception in 1957.