Barney earns dubious honor with his glove

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Barney earns dubious honor with his glove

Earlier this week, we took a look at Darwin Barney's chances of earning his very first NL Gold Glove Award.

On Saturday, the gritty middle infielder put another notch on his belt in favor of picking up the postseason accolade.

Barney set the Cubs' single-season record with his 91st straight errorless game at second base, spanning 730 innings since his last error on April 17 in Miami.

Ryne Sandberg -- who else? -- held the mark in 1989, which was part of a 123-game errorless streak.

Barney can set his sights on the NL single-season record now, which sits at 113 by David Eckstein with the Padres in 2010.

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Jeremy Roenick joined In The Loop on Wednesday to discuss which current Blackhawks he would like to play with, and naturally, the reigning MVP topped his list.

"He would be my No. 1 choice," Roenick said. "There's no question about it."

But Roenick said there are two more Blackhawks he would like to lace them up with.

"I wouldn't mind playing with (Artemi) Panarin also," he said. "I would love to play with Jonathan Toews. I think I'd play well with all three of them."

Roenick also gave high praise to coach Joel Quenneville, saying he is one of the best coaches in all of sports. Roenick even compared Quenneville to "the Bill Belichick of hockey."

See what else the Roenick had to say in the video above.