CHICAGO -- No member of the Red Sox came away with an American League Gold Glove this season, marking just the second time in the last five years that the Sox have come up empty in that department. Jason Varitek won one in 2005, Kevin Youkilis in '07 and Dustin Pedroia in '08. Detroit's Placido Polanco prevented Pedroia from winning his second straight Rawlings Gold Glove, claiming the award for the second time in his career. First-time winners included Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, Baltimore center fielder Adam Jones and White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle. Two Yankees claimed Gold Gloves: shortstop Derek Jeter (his fourth) and first baseman Mark Teixeira. Other winners included the Angels' Torii Hunter, Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki, and Minnesota catcher Joe Mauer.
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