He is only the third first baseman in franchise history to earn the award, joining four-time victor Mark Grace and Derek Lee, who won twice.
As the bearded southpaw enters free agency for the first time in his professional career, an additional Gold Glove to the trophy case can't hurt his case.
Both Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr. earned the award for their work in the outfield, with Ian Kinsler getting the nod at second base.
In August, Wong made it known he thought he deserved the honor, telling the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "I think Major League Baseball should realize if I don't win the Gold Glove there is something wrong with it".
Catcher Martin Maldonado and third baseman Alex Bregman were also in the running for a Gold Glove award this year, but catcher Salvador Perez and third baseman Matt Chapman came out ahead in the award final tally. Additionally, no Toronto Blue Jay placed in the top 25 of top AL qualified players by SDI. Baez, who started at second (75 games), shortstop (52) and third (18), claimed his third consecutive multi-position Fielding Bible Award.
It's the third straight Gold Glove for Inciarte.
He produced an.877 OPS during the first half of the season but just a.701 in the second half.
Oakland, Colorado and Arizona each had two Gold Glove winners in the infield. Heyward didn't win a gold glove as Nick Markakis won instead.
Pitcher: Zack Greinke, Diamondbacks (fifth award) Catcher: Yadier Molina, Cardinals (ninth award) First base: Freddie Freeman, Braves (first award) and Anthony Rizzo, Cubs (second award) Second base: D.J.