Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Ke’Bryan Hayes has established himself as one of the better defensive players in the league. He’s a Gold Glove finalist again this year for a reason.
In fact, he’s likely the frontrunner to take home the award for the first time in his career. If he does, he would become the first Pirates’ third baseman in franchise history who is able to call himself a Gold Glove recipient.
While a Gold Glove is certainly a high honor, Hayes has an opportunity to take home even more hardware.