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2009 Golden Glove Awards

by on Nov.10, 2009 @ 5:05 pm, under NPB

The 2009 Mitsui Golden Glove Award winners were announced on Tuesday.

Central League

Pos Name Times FPCT G PO ASST ERR DP
Pitcher Dicky Gonzalez (YOM) 1st .964 23 21 32 2 0
Catcher Motonobu Tanishige (CHU) 4th 1.000 114 689 64 0 11
1st Base Kenta Kurihara (HIR) 2nd .990 138 1230 92 13 87
2nd Base Masahiro Araki (CHU) 6th .987 140 358 450 11 80
3rd Base Shinya Miyamoto (YAK) 1st .993 118 68 197 2 16
Shortstop Hirokazu Ibata (CHU) 6th .989 144 218 477 8 92
Outfield Norichika Aoki (YAK) 4th .990 141 300 9 3 2
Outfield Tetsuya Matsumoto (YOM) 1st .989 122 182 6 2 1
Outfield Yoshiyuki Kamei (YOM) 1st .990 104 194 5 2 2

Pacific League

Pos Name Times FPCT G PO ASST ERR DP
Pitcher Hideaki Wakui (SEI) 1st .939 27 12 34 3 4
Catcher Shinya Tsuruoka (HAM) 1st .997 121 612 37 2 11
1st Base Shinji Takahashi (HAM) 1st .999 110 949 33 1 70
2nd Base Kensuke Tanaka (HAM) 4th .989 144 325 467 9 87
3rd Base Eiichi Koyano (HAM) 1st .982 134 88 233 6 22
Shortstop Kaneko Makoto (HAM) 1st .988 136 203 446 8 76
Outfield Yoshio Itoi (HAM) 1st .992 125 234 7 2 2
Outfield Tomotaka Sakaguchi (ORI) 2nd .992 137 247 14 2 1
Outfield Atsunori Inaba (HAM) 4th .987 119 217 5 3 1

4 comments on “2009 Golden Glove Awards

  1. EJH

    Absolutely one of the greatest injustices of all time! How could Ham only get 2 out of 3 outfield gold gloves? And no Ham pitcher played better defense than Wakui? Ridiculous!

    1. Gen Post author

      heh…

      Seven players on one team is actually the second most a team has ever fielded. Hakyu and Seibu both had 8 players selected for Golden Glove Awards in 1978 and 1992, respectively.

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