Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Jacob Stallings a finalist for Gold Glove award

Pittsburgh Pirates manager Derek Shelton stumped for to win a Gold Glove at catcher. Turns out, the Pirates have a pair of finalists for the award. Both Stallings and second baseman Adam Frazier made the cut, announced Thursday. Stallings led the NL in baserunners caught stealing (9) and assists (22) and was second in errors (4). (TribLive.com)

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