All-Star Game Final Vote 2018

Edwin Diaz on pace to challenge the MLB saves record is one of three Mariners All-Stars

Edwin Diaz on pace to challenge the MLB saves record is one of three Mariners All-Stars

Aguilar's trip to Washington, D.C. will mark his first All-Star Game selection. "It's awesome. It feels really good". His total was the second-highest in the history of the All-Star Final Vote, trailing only Justin Turner's 20.8 million votes previous year. They distributed #SendSegura shirts, partnered with several local businesses on discounts to promote voting and even held open voting sessions at Safeco Field that saw surprise appearances by injured Mariners Mike Zunino and Hernández and general manager Jerry Dipoto.

Segura snagged the last American League spot with 13.6 million votes.

Aguilar drew 20.2 million votes, beating out Brandon Belt of the San Francisco Giants, Max Muncy of the Dodgers, Trea Turner of the host Washington Nationals and Matt Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Aguilar, 28, entered Wednesday night hitting.302 with the National League lead in home runs (23), slugging percentage (.631) and OPS (1.000) for the 55-37 Brewers.

Giancarlo Stanton finished third in the Final Vote among AL players it was announced on Wednesday.

It's the second All-Star selection for Segura, who first earned the nod with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2013.

As for Segura, the Mariners infielder is in the midst of a career year at the plate. Segura, who ranks second in the Majors with 116 hits, becomes the fourth Mariners player on the AL roster, joining teammates Nelson Cruz, Edwin Diaz and Mitch Haniger.

Andrew Benintendi will get some time off during the All-Star break next week.

Meet the two newest additions to the 2018 MLB All-Star Game.

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