Jean Segura, Jesus Aguilar Win Final Vote

Jean Segura of the Seattle Mariners and Jesus Aguilar of the Milwaukee Brewers won the MLB Final Voting for the All-Star Game this July in the nation’s capital.

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Who I am Voting for in the MLB Final Vote

Currently, there is one more spot available for the American League and the National League all-star teams.  Barring multiple injuries, this will be the last chance for the following ten players to be elected into the MLB All-Star Game:


  • Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox
  • Eddie Rosario, Minnesota Twins
  • Jean Segura, Seattle Mariners
  • Andrelton Simmons, Los Angeles Angels
  • Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees


  • Jesus Aguilar, Milwaukee Brewers
  • Brandon Belt, San Francisco Giants
  • Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
  • Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Trea Turner, Washington Nationals


My picks are

  • Segura (AL)
  • Aguilar (NL)


Aguilar has the best batting average, most RBIs, and most homers out of the National League final vote candidates.  He is a no-brainer in this situation.

Segura lost out on a competitive AL shortstop race that featured Machado winning the starting position and Lindor powering his way to the reserve spot.  Segura had a better batting average than both, however, he lacked the power numbers; both Machado and Lindor have over 20 homers, while Segura has seven entering Monday.  With the exception of Simmons, I can see the other four final candidates grab the final spot; Stanton has the most homers and plays for a huge market in New York, Benintendi has the most RBIs and another big fanbase in Boston, Rosario has a great balance of power and contact, while Segura has one of the best batting averages in baseball. Simmons is a good player, no doubt, but he just has not put up the numbers or shown to have as much of an impact on a team as the other four finalists have.

Segura gets my vote because I am a big sucker for batting average, and he is a huge reason why the Mariners own the fourth best record in baseball.


Voting ends on July 11th, so be sure to vote!

Reviewing the MLB All-Star Rosters

It’s that time of the MLB season where fans in both the American League and the National League will get to participate in the final voting to elect one last position player in the all-star game for each league.

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Who I am Voting for the MLB All-Star Game (and why)

It is getting closer and closer to baseball’s midsummer’s classic, the MLB All-Star Game.  Continue reading

MLB 6/27/2018 Morning Roundup

MadBum’s Mad-Milestone

Madison Bumgarner struck out D.J. Lemahieu to begin Wednesday night’s game against the Colorado Rockies at AT&T Park. The Giants won 1-0 with a walk-off win in the ninth. The Giants only surrendered 2 hits all game. Continue reading

12/4 Headlines

-The Seattle Seahawks use a controversial lateral play to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 24-10. Continue reading