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C: Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals
There is no better defensive catcher in the game. Period.
1B: Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
Votto experienced the injury bug last year, but is still at top-notch defender at first base. This honestly could be the closest vote out of all of the positions as Adam LaRoche is also one of the top defenders in baseball.
2B: Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Reds
Phillips committed five errors last year, and most consider that an off year. Must be nice. Although Darwin Barney is sure-handed as well at second base, Phillips will continue to play solid defense and win his fourth award in six years.
3B: Aramis Ramirez, Milwaukee Brewers
The Brewers got a real gem in Ramirez, who continues to play solid at the hot corner year-in and year-out. He's never gotten the respect he deserves for his glove, and 2013 will finally be the year he does.
SS: Andrelton Simmons, Atlanta Braves
Those who tuned into Atlanta games last year saw spectacular range and defense from Simmons. In his first full season, 2013 will be no different as Simmons will win his first of what will be many Gold Gloves.
LF: Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado Rockies
Along with his hitting comes a good glove in Gonzalez. He's won a Gold Glove in two of the last three years and will continue to shine on defense.
CF: Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
McCutchen is another great defender who can cover space like none other. Could he possibly add an MVP to his Gold Glove?
RF: Jason Heyward, Atlanta Braves
Heyward has one of the strongest arms of any outfielder in baseball and last year he proved that. He tied Hunter Pence for the league lead in outfield assists with 11.
P: Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers
Like the American League, the National League Gold-Glove winner is a crap shoot. Kershaw has won before and has the tools to win again.