Alabama baseball shortstop Jim Jarvis has been named a 2023 Rawlings Baseball Gold Glove Award winner.

This past season, the Calif., native had a .273 batting average, recording  68 hits, 65 runs, 33 drawn walks, 30 runs batted in, 12 hit by pitches, ten doubles, nine stolen bases, six home runs, and four triples.

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In the field, he had 102 putouts, 156 assists, and only seven errors.

Jarvis is the first Alabama player to win a Gold Glove since second baseman Kyle Overstreet in 2013.

He joins Southern Miss pitcher Tanner Hall, Indiana State catcher Grant Magill, Samford first baseman Stephen Klein, Air Force second baseman Trayden Tamiya, Oregon third baseman Sabin Ceballos, Vanderbilt outfielder Enrique Bradfield Jr., LSU outfielder Dylan Crews, and Virginia outfielder Ethan O'Donnell in winning the award this year.

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