Arenado has now won a Gold Glove Award in each of his first 10 seasons.
In doing so, Arenado became one of two Cardinals to win Gold Gloves, as teammate and utility man Brendan Donovan received one as well.
With his 10th Gold Glove Award, Arenado has tied Hall-of-Famer Mike Schmidt for second all-time among third basemen in MLB history, and is now just six behind the great Brooks Robinson for the most of all time.
Robinson earned 16 Gold Glove Awards during his career.
Most Gold Gloves by a third baseman in MLB history:
Brooks Robinson, 16
Nolan Arenado, 10 👀
Mike Schmidt, 10
Scott Rolen, 8pic.twitter.com/olNnXVdQeB
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Arenado Chasing History
Arenado is slowly climbing the ranks for third basemen in baseball history.
He and Paul Goldschmidt have formed perhaps the most formidable corner infield duo in all of baseball in St. Louis.
With his Gold Glove last season, Arenado passed Cardinals legend Scott Rolen on the all-time list of third basemen.
But his run of success has continued into 2022.
The 31-year-old has also tied Ichiro Suzuki for the all-time record to begin a career.
St. Louis finished the season at 93-69 and earned an NL Central title.
Their defense was fourth in all of baseball and second in the National League behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in Defensive Runs Saved.
Arenado has made some unique history with his recent Gold Glove and is closing in on the all-time record for third basemen.