NL Gold Glove Winners: Reds' Phillips, Rolen, Arroyo Lead Way
The Reds led the way with three winners -- second baseman Brandon Phillips and third baseman Scott Rolen and pitcher Bronson Arroyo.
The Rockies had a pair of winners in shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, while the Cardinals also boasted a pair in catcher Yadier Molina and first baseman Albert Pujols.
Outfielders Michael Bourn of the Astros and Shane Victorino of the Phillies rounded out the 2010 recipients.
Both Rockies -- Tulowitzki and Gonzalez -- were first-time Gold Glove winners, along with Arroyo.
Rolen, meanwhile, won for the eighth time. He also took home the honors in 1998, 2000-04, and 2006. Among third basemen, only Brooks Robinson (16) and Mike Schmidt (10) have more Gold Gloves.
Both Molina and Victorino won for the third consecutive year, while Tulowitzki stopped Jimmy Rollins' three-year run at shortstop.
The last time the Reds had so many Gold Glove winners was 1977, when Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Dave Concepcion and Cesar Geronimo wrapped up a four-year run.
Managers and coaches vote on the Gold Glove Awards in their respective league at the end of the regular season, but are forbidden from voting for their own players.