Javy Báez and Anthony Rizzo's 2020 Gold Glove Defensive Plays

Congratulations to Cubs shorstop Javy Báez on winning his first NL Gold Glove and Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo on winning his fourth NL Gold Glove! Check out this highlight reel of their best defensive plays during the 2020 season.

Báez is just the third Cubs shortstop to earn the honor, and the first since Don Kessinger earned the award in 1969-70. Along with Báez and Kessinger, Ernie Banks was honored with the Gold Glove at shortstop in 1960. Báez joins Cleveland’s Francisco Lindor as the only Puerto Rican-born players to win a Gold Glove at the shortstop position.

Rizzo remains the third first baseman in franchise history to earn this award, and all three Cubs awardees have won multiple Gold Gloves. Rizzo joins fellow four-time winner Mark Grace (1992, 1993, 1995, 1996) and Derrek Lee, a two-time winner (2005, 2007).

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