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"No doubt that if these two would have played together longer than three years they would have been the best double play combination of all time.
Alomar played 17 seasons with seven different teams.
Over the 11 seasons from 1991 to 2001 only two second basemen would win a Gold Glove in the American League, and Alomar has 10 of them.
In 2010 Vizquel completed his 22nd season with five different teams.
From 1993 to 2001 he would win nine straight Gold Gloves at shortstop—the first while with the Mariners, and the other eight with Cleveland. This is second only to Ozzie Smith's 13 Gold Gloves.
In 2005 Vizquel would make the move to the National League, signing as a free agent with the San Francisco Giants and promptly pick up another two Gold Gloves, giving him 11 for his career.
From 1999 to 2001 Alomar and Vizquel would cover the middle infield for the Indians and each season win the Gold Glove.
Their combined fielding percentage of 0.988 is the highest in this ranking.
They averaged only 17 combined errors a season—also tops in this ranking."