Anthony Rizzo has already built an impressive legacy that includes a Roberto Clemente Award.
The Cubs first baseman received another honor on Wednesday, this time from the MLB Players Association. Rizzo was named this year's recipient of the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award for his work with The Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation.
One of the @MLB_PLAYERS most prestigious honors is the #MarvinMiller Man of the Year Award.— #MLBPA (@MLB_PLAYERS) November 9, 2017
This year's recipient is @ARizzo44 @cubs & @RizzoFoundation #PlayersChoiceAwards17 #CareActInspire
"To be associated with Marvin Miller is amazing for all he did..." Anthony pic.twitter.com/tyfKrsiqNz
Sammy Sosa was the last Cub to win the award,back in 1999.
There wasn't as much postseason success as last year for the Cubs, but the postseason awards are starting to pile up. In addition to Rizzo's humanitarian awards, Jason Heyward received a Gold Glove on Tuesday.