Torii Hunter already has enough Gold Glove awards to fill a couple shelves in his house. Angels manager Mike Scioscia thinks he needs to make room for another one.

"He should win the Gold Glove," Scioscia said Thursday. "There's no right fielder who has played to his level, I know that. Torii Hunter should win the Gold Glove, there's no doubt in my mind."

As a center fielder for the Minnesota Twins and Angels, Hunter won nine consecutive Gold Glove awards from 2001 through 2009 — at a time when the awards simply went to the top three outfielders in the voting by managers and coaches.