Jones, who edged finalists Mike Trout of the Angels and Austin Jackson of the Detroit Tigers, is one of three Orioles outfielders to win the award (Paul Blair in 1967 and 1969-1975 and Nick Markakis in 2011 were the others).
Wieters, 26, played in more games than any other AL catcher (134) and led his position in putouts (994), the most for a catcher since Jorge Posada (996) in 2001.
Despite committing a league-high 10 errors, Wieters threw out 38.6 percent of base runners attempting to steal, third best among AL catchers and up from last season's 37 percent. He threw out 32 potential base stealers, second-most in the AL, despite having nine fewer runners attempt steals against him than last season.
“It's a huge honor and something to where it's great to be thought of defensively as one of the best catchers out there,” Wieters said.
“To win it back-to-back is a great honor. I take a lot of pride in my defense and in working hard and getting better, and I think what we were able to do this season showed we were able to do that.”
Wieters and right fielder Markakis won the award last season, marking the first time the Orioles fielded multiple winners since 1998.
The Orioles have won 64 total Gold Gloves since the award was created in 1957, the second most in the American League, trailing the New York Yankees by one.
They have 22 more than the Minnesota Twins, the next-closest AL team.