While he missed more than a month and a half of the season, Joey Votto qualifies for the Gold Glove Award, having played in his 70th game of the season well before the Reds played their 128th game of the season.
This will be Votto's second consecutive Gold Glove Award, having beaten out Albert Pujols who was going for his second in a row and third overall in 2011 while still a member of the Cardinals.
Per FanGraphs, Votto's 3.9 UZR and 6.1 UZR/150 lead all qualified National League first basemen and he is tied with the Giants' Brandon Belt for the lead in DRS with seven each. While his .994 fielding percentage is down from his .996 mark in 2011, it's still above the National League average.
Chances are, however, that this will be Votto's last Gold Glove Award for quite awhile. The Cubs' Anthony Rizzo, who doesn't qualify for this year's award, has a 6.3 UZR, 18.0 UZR/150 and his .993 fielding percentage is right there with Votto.
Others Considered: San Diego's Yonder Alonso and San Francisco's Brandon Belt.