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Gomez a Gold Glove finalist

Published On: Oct 25 2013 09:59:11 AM CDT
Milwaukee Brewers

MILWAUKEE -

Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez has been selected as a finalist for the Rawlings Gold Glove Award.

Gomez joins Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen and Washington's Denard Span as the three National League finalists.

Gomez had a career high 12 assists this season and also made five home run-saving catches.

The Brewers haven't had a Gold Glove winner in 30 years - the longest current streak in the major leagues.

Previous Brewers Gold Glove winners include George Scott (first base, 1972-76), Cecil Cooper (first base, 1979-80), Sixto Lezcano (outfield, 1979) and Robin Yount (shortstop, 1982).

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