Gold Glove National League Outfielders

MLB Outfielders from the National League who won a Gold Glove Award

The Gold Glove Award was first presented by the St. Louis-based Rawlings corporation in 1957 to honor the eighteen best fielders at their positions. Rawlings used a combination of defensive statistics along with visual effect to determine the winner and honored the recipient with a large gold glove. Voting is currently done by the managers and coaches from each Major League team who are NOT able to select their own players. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive list of Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners at the outfielders position in the National League.

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Rawlings Gold Glove Award

Catcher | Pitcher | First Base | Second Base | Third Base | Shortstop
American League Outfielders | National League Outfielders

New York

n/a

n/a

San Francisco

Cincinnati

Milwaukee

San Francisco

San Francisco

Milwaukee

San Francisco

Los Angeles

Milwaukee

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

New York

San Francisco

Pittsburgh

Los Angeles

Houston

Pittsburgh

Los Angeles

Houston

San Francisco

Los Angeles

Houston

Cincinnati

San Francisco

Houston

Cincinnati

Philadelphia

Houston

Cincinnati

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

Montreal

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

San Diego

Philadelphia

Montreal

San Diego

Philadelphia

Montreal

Los Angeles

Philadelphia

Montreal

Atlanta

Philadelphia

Montreal

Atlanta

St. Louis

Montreal

Atlanta

Chicago

Montreal

Atlanta

St. Louis

San Diego

Atlanta

St. Louis

Chicago

Cincinnati

San Diego

Chicago

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

San Diego

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

San Diego

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

San Diego

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

Montreal

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

Montreal

San Francisco

Montreal

San Francisco

San Francisco

Montreal

Los Angeles

San Diego

Atlanta

San Diego

San Francisco

Atlanta

Colorado

San Francisco

Los Angeles

Colorado

San Francisco

Atlanta

Colorado

Arizona

Atlanta

St. Louis

Arizona

Atlanta

St. Louis

Colorado

Atlanta

St. Louis

Colorado

Atlanta

St. Louis

San Francisco

Atlanta

St. Louis

Los Angeles

Atlanta

St. Louis

Philadelphia

Atlanta

New York

San Diego

Atlanta

New York

Philadelphia

Atlanta

Atlanta

New York

Pittsburgh

Philadelphia

Houston

Los Angeles

Philadelphia

Houston
Colorado
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Arizona
Pittsburgh
Colorado
Atlanta
Milwaukee
Colorado
Arizona
Miami
New York
Atlanta
Pittsburgh
Arizona
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Atlanta
Chicago
Miami
Atlanta
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Atlanta
Atlanta
Arizona
Milwaukee
Los Angeles

2020

Announced (11-2020)

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Announced (11-2020)

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Announced (11-2020)

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Rawlings Gold Glove Award ®

National League

Most By A N.L. Outfielder (Min 5)

12
12

10

8
8
Jim Edmonds [2 in A.L.]
8
8
7
7

Dave Winfield [5 in A.L.]

7

5
5
5
5
5
5

Rawlings Gold Glove Award ®

League Records

AL
10
10
10
NL
12
12

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The National League had two outfielders, Roberto Clemente and Willie Mays , that set the standard by which all future outfielders will be judged.

Did you know that Tommie Agee was the first outfielder to win a Gold Glove from both the American ( 1966 Chicago White Sox ) and National League ( 1970 New York Mets )?

Not one National League outfielder has ever won a Gold Glove Award during their rookie season. Who will be the first? Share your opinion on Baseball Fever .

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