Philadelphia Inquirer - November 25, 1980

Maddox, Schmidt get Gold Glove awards


Outfielder Garry Maddox and third baseman Mike Schmidt of the world champion Phillies have won Gold Glove awards for defensive excellence again, the Sporting News announced yesterday.


Maddox was selected for the sixth straight year, to lead all players in both the American and National Leagues.


Schmidt, with five Gold Gloves, is tied with Ron Santo, Ken Boyer and Doug Rader for the most awards by a third baseman.


The rest of the National League squad: Keith Hernandez (St. Louis), first base; Doug Flynn (New York), second base; Ozzie Smith (San Diego), shortstop; Andre Dawson (Montreal) and Dave Winfield (San Diego), outfield; Gary Carter (Montreal), catcher, and Phil Niekro (Atlanta), pitcher.



The American League team: Cecil Cooper (Milwaukee), first base; Frank White (Kansas City), second base; Buddy Bell (Texas), third base; Alan Trammell (Detroit), shortstop; Willie Wilson (Kansas City), Fred Lynn (Boston) and Dwayne Murphy (Oakland), outfield; Jim Sundberg (Texas), catcher, and Mike Norris (Oakland), pitcher.