Gold Glove winners for the American League were announced Tuesday afternoon, and no Orioles made the cut. Outfielders Adam Jones and Nick Markakis, the team's likeliest candidates, were beat out by Mariners right fielder Ichiro Suzuki, Rays left fielder Carl Crawford and Mariners left fielder Franklin Gutierrez.
Jones won the award for the first time a year ago thanks to his impressive range in center field, and Markakis has one of the most feared outfield arms in the game — so scary, teams rarely run on him.
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter won his fifth Gold Glove, which irked ESPN's Rob Neyer. Two of Jeter's teammates, first baseman Mark Teixeira and second baseman Robinson Cano, were also honored. Rays third baseman Evan Longoria rounded out the all-AL-East infield.
Twins catcher Joe Mauer won his third straight Gold Glove, and White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle, who made what was probably the defensive play of the year on Opening Day, won his second.
So what do you think? Did any of the Orioles get jobbed, or were none worthy this year?