Colorado Rockies fans, here’s how you can help All-Star shortstop Trevor Story earn All-MLB honors for 2020.
The best of the best from 2020 at every position are up for the annual All-MLB team and Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story is the team’s lone representative in the running for the All-MLB starting lineup. Story is one of nine shortstops in contention for the honor, which will be announced live on MLB Network in early December.
In all, 55 position players are up for All-MLB recognition, with only the outfield (14 players) having more competition for the best of the best than shortstop.
Story is one of three National League West shortstops up for the honor, joining Corey Seager of the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego’s Manny Machado. Also in the running are Tim Anderson of the Chicago White Sox, Boston’s Xander Boegarts, David Fletcher of the Los Angeles Angels, Baltimore’s Jose Iglesias, Atlanta’s Dansby Swanson, and Washington’s Trea Turner.
You can vote for Story and the other candidates at other positions by clicking here. You can vote once every 24 hours and the voting ends on Friday, November 13, at 2 p.m. Eastern (noon Mountain).
Once again this year, the All-MLB team will be based on 50 percent of the voting from fans and 50 percent input coming from a panel of experts compiled by MLB.
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As we detailed in this article, Story put together a solid season at the plate for the Rockies in 2020. He was the only player in Major League Baseball to string together three hitting streaks during the shortened 60-game season of nine games or more. He was also among the National League leaders in several categories, including triples (where he tied for first with four) and stolen bases (leading the NL with 15).
Story was also one of just six players last season to log double-digit home runs (Story had 11) and stolen bases (Story led the NL with 15).
The 27-year-old two-time All-Star and Silver Slugger finished with an OPS+ of 118 while slashing .289/.355/.519.