If you played in the Yankee infield this season and your name isn’t Alex Rodriguez, you won a Gold Glove today! Despite his -5.4 UZR, Derek Jeter captured his fifth career Gold Glove while Mark Teixeira brought home his fourth career Gold Glove, but his second consecutive one with the Bombers. Rounding out the infield, Robinson Cano had his best defensive season ever this season and was rewarded with his first career Gold Glove.

Joe Mauer took home the award behind the plate while Evan Longoria snagged his second career at third base. In the outfield, Ichiro won his tenth consecutive Gold Glove while free agent Carl Crawford and first-timer Carlos Gutierrez of the Mariners collected gold.

Brett Gardner played some excellent defense this season in left field (12 assists, UZR: 22.3), but did not bring home the award. Not really that big of a deal.

Some may argue that Derek Jeter wasn’t deserving of the award, but I counter with, who is more deserving? Shortstop is an overall weak position in the American League and Jeter is still the class of shortstops.