Pair of Pirates lose out on Gold Gloves

Adam Frazier and Jacob Stallings were finalists
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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) – Pirates second baseman Adam Frazier and catcher Jacob Stallings lost out on Gold Glove Awards that were announced Tuesday night.

Frazier was a finalist for a second straight year, but once again lost out to the Cardinals Kolten Wong.  The 30-year-old Wong will be a free agent after his club option was declined.

Stallings also lost out to a player from the NL Central, Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart also won his second Gold Glove.  Barnhart with a .994 fielding percentage and threw out 36% of the runners attempting to steal.  Stallings played in more games, also with a .994 fielding percentage and threw out 33% of the runners.

Both Frazier and Stallings are arbitration eligible for the 2021 season.