Pirates catcher Jacob Stallings adds name to Gold Glove winners, excited to wear new label


Former North Carolina Tar Heel wouldn’t allow himself to look at the Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners at his position until his name was on it, so the Pittsburgh Pirates catcher was excited to finally scan the list. Stallings called it a “dream come true” to be honored as the best defensive player at his position in the National League. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

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Pirates catcher Jacob Stallings adds name to Gold Glove winners, excited to wear new label


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