Jacob Stallings Wins First MLB Gold Glove


North Carolina standout ’ journey to becoming the Pittsburgh Pirates’ starting catcher was far from easy. But coming off his first season of more than 61 games behind the plate, Stallings was rewarded for his perseverance Sunday, when he was announced as the winner of the Gold Glove Award for the best catcher in the National League. (Boshamer Bulletin)

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