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Hiroshima Carp second baseman Ryosuke Kikuchi and outfielder Yoshihiro Maru each made it four Golden Gloves in four years as the recipients of Japanese baseball’s top defensive honor, the Mitsui Golden Glove Award, were revealed on Tuesday.

Suzuki, who seems to make a play worthy of the highlight reels at least once per game, and Maru were joined by teammates Yoshiyuki Ishihara, at catcher, and outfielder Seiya Suzuki on the list of Central League winners. Kikuchi and Maru became four-time winners while Ishihara and Suzuki each won for the first time. Ishihara, who turned 37 on Sept. 7, is the oldest catcher to win for the first time in CL history.

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