Milwaukee Brewers fans once again showed the power of their vote this season as both Carlos Gomez and Aramis Ramirez were elected to start in this year's All-Star Game, while Francisco Rodriguez and Jonathan Lucroy joined the All-Stars on the player vote.
With the September 13 "BobbleHank" game now limited to single seats and standing room only tickets, fans of Hank, "The Ballpark Pup," can still get in on the fun as the Brewers today announced another promotion celebrating the team's famous four-legger.
The Milwaukee Brewers today had four players selected to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. It marks only the
fifth time in franchise history that the team has had four All-Stars. Center fielder Carlos Gomez (starter), third baseman Aramis Ramirez (starter), catcher Jonathan Lucroy and pitcher Francisco Rodriguez will represent the Brewers at this year's Midsummer Classic, which will be played at Target Field in Minnesota on Tuesday, July 15 at 7pm CT.
In the sixth and final All-Star update before the MLB All-Star rosters are announced on Sunday, Aramis Ramirez (1,790,777 votes) maintains his first place lead among National League third basemen, while outfielder Carlos Gomez (3,169,748) and first baseman Mark Reynolds (1,430,395) have moved into second place at their respective positions. Ramirez leads the Mets' David Wright by 235,060 votes and Gomez trails Andrew McCutchen of the Pirates by just 4,062 votes for the overall lead among NL outfielders.