No Cubs were named to the inaugural All-MLB team in 2019, but fans can do their part to ensure history doesn't repeat itself this year.
Cubs starters Yu Darvish and Kyle Hendricks, and reliever Jeremy Jeffress, are the club's three nominees for the 2020 All-MLB team.
Darvish, a 2020 NL Cy Young Award finalist, went 8-3 with a 2.01 ERA (second in the National League) and 0.961 WHIP (third) in 12 starts this season. The 34-year-old struck out 93 batters with just 14 walks in 76 innings, tallying a 3.0 fWAR (first among NL starters).
Hendricks was his usual steady, reliable self, posting a 2.88 ERA and 0.996 WHIP in 12 starts. In 81 1/3 innings, he walked a minuscule eight batters — first in the NL and second among all MLB starters.
Jeffress was rock solid at the back of the Cubs' bullpen, sporting a 1.54 WHIP and 0.943 WHIP in 22 appearances. He led the club in saves (eight).
Fans account for 50 percent of the voting, with a panel of baseball media members accounting for the other half. Winners will be announced the week of Dec. 7. Cast your ballots here.