NEW YORK — Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts won a Gold Glove award Tuesday night.

First baseman Anthony Rizzo and right fielder Jason Heyward from the World Series champion Chicago Cubs also won honors for fielding excellence.

San Francisco star Buster Posey was picked at catcher in the National League, ending Yadier Molina’s eight-year reign with St. Louis. Posey was joined by a pair of Giants teammates, the double-play combination of shortstop Brandon Crawford and second baseman Joe Panik.

Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado won for the fourth consecutive year, and Arizona pitcher Zack Greinke took his third straight Gold Glove. Other winners in the NL were Atlanta center fielder Ender Inciarte and Pittsburgh left fielder Starling Marte.

Young shortstop Francisco Lindor from AL champion Cleveland was a first-time winner, along with Texas first baseman Mitch Moreland, Detroit second baseman Ian Kinsler and New York Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner.

Kansas City catcher Salvador Perez won his fourth Gold Glove in a row, Houston pitcher Dallas Keuchel took his third straight and Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier repeated from last year.

Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre was rewarded for the fifth time overall.

MARLINS: Former Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez is rejoining them as third base coach for Manager Don Mattingly.

The Marlins also announced the hiring of former major leaguer Mike Pagliarulo as hitting coach to replace home run king Barry Bonds, who was fired last month after one season.

Gonzalez, who managed the Portland Sea Dogs in 1997, managed the Florida Marlins in 2007-2010 before being fired by Jeffrey Loria, who is still the team’s owner.

Gonzalez managed the Atlanta Braves for six years until he was fired after this season’s 9-28 start.

Gonzalez led the Marlins to winning records in 2008-09, and they haven’t had a winning season since.

DIAMONDBACKS: GM Mike Hazen confirmed that third base coach Matt Williams and assistant hitting coach Mark Grace will not return.

Williams was the third baseman and Grace the first baseman on the Diamondbacks’ 2001 World Series championship team.

GM MEETINGS: Three weeks after his 30-day suspension ended, San Diego GM A.J. Preller is mixing with his fellow general managers at baseball’s annual GMs meeting.

Major League Baseball suspended Preller without pay on Sept. 15 after a league investigation showed the Padres had withheld medical information from trade partners, including a July deal that sent All-Star left-hander Drew Pomeranz to Boston.

“I think you always learn from everything,” Preller said. “We own the issues that came up, and now going forward, you’ve got to learn from them and get better.”

There aren’t any apparent signs the wrongdoing is affecting Preller’s communication with other teams.

Preller said the Padres have “had active discussions with teams. We’ve had teams inquire about some of our players.”

MLB gave the Red Sox the right to rescind the trade, but they passed because, according to Commissioner Rob Manfred, Pomeranz was healthy and the trade deadline had passed, so Boston could not have acquired anyone else.

“That’s over and done with at this point, so we need to move forward,” Red Sox President Dave Dombrowski said.