Keuchel, a left-hander, is vying to become the first Astros pitcher to win a Gold Glove Award and the first Astros player to receive the honor in the AL. Houston hasn't had a Gold Glove winner since outfielder Michael Bourn won his second in a row in the National League in 2010.
According to FanGraphs.com, Keuchel led Major League pitchers with 10 defensive runs saved compared to the average player at his position.
The award is based 75 percent on input from AL managers and coaches and 25 percent on defensive metrics. As many as seven people from each club may vote for the award, but voters are prohibited from selecting someone from their own team.
Buehrle is a four-time Gold Glove Award winner (2009-11 in the AL, '12 in the NL).
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