The Kansas City Royals have promoted Terry Bradshaw to hitting coach and Cal Eldred to pitching coach as part of a series of moves Tuesday to manager Ned Yost's coaching staff.

Bradshaw takes over for Dale Sveum, who was promoted to bench coach after spending the past four years as hitting coach. He spent the past five seasons as the minor league hitting coordinator.

Eldred replaces Dave Eiland, who was not retained after the season. The longtime big league pitcher spent the past two seasons as an assistant to general manager Dayton Moore.

The Royals also announced Tuesday that Northwest Arkansas manager Vance Wilson will take over as bullpen coach. Pedro Grifol will continue to oversee catchers, Mike Jirschele will return for his fifth season as third base coach and Mitch Maier will be the new first base coach.

ROYALS WIN GOLD GLOVES: Royals outfielder Alex Gordon and first baseman Eric Hosmer captured American League Gold Glove Awards for defensive excellence, Rawlings Sporting Goods Company and ESPN announced Tuesday.

It was the fifth award for Gordon and the first since he won four straight from 2011 to 2014. They are the second most in team history behind Frank White's eight. Hosmer earned his fourth award and his first since three straight from 2013 to 2015. The Royals have won 14 Gold Glove awards since 2011, the most in the major leagues in that span, and the franchise now has 32 in its history.

Royals catcher Salvador Perez, who had won four straight, and outfielder Lorenzo Cain were also nominated but did not win.