Rawlings will begin awarding Gold Gloves to utility players from the American and National Leagues, effective this season, the company announced Tuesday. This is in addition to the nine Gold Gloves given to the top defensive position players in each league.

“We’re thrilled to finally introduce a Rawlings Gold Glove Award that recognizes players with the superior defensive ability to play multiple positions,” Mike Thompson, chief marketing officer for Rawlings, said in a statement. “Utility players are some of the most versatile athletes you’ll see on the field, and it’s time for them to be rewarded for their tremendous defense, alongside position players.”

To earn consideration for a Gold Glove as a position player, an infielder or outfielder must have played in the field for at least 713 innings through his team’s 141st game. It’s not yet known if utility players will be subject to the same innings requirement.