5 Chicago Cubs players with the most All-Star game selections

The Chicago Cubs have had some very talented players grace the Friendly Confines over the years, and here are 5 guys who received the most All-Star game selections as a Cub.
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Billy Herman: 7 selections

Second baseman Billy Herman played with the Cubs from 1931-1941 and he made 7 consecutive All-Star teams for the North Siders. One of Herman's most notable feats was leading the entire league in hits in 1935 with 227, including an impressive 57 doubles. Herman was known as a defensive wizard and a solid contact hitter that regularly hit above or close to .300. He also started almost every day for the Cubs for the vast majority of his 10-year-stint with the club.

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