#VoteRendon: Send the Nationals’ infielder to the All-Star Game

Final Vote.jpgThe votes have been cast, the pitchers have been selected and the 2014 All-Star Game roster is set. Or, is it?

Jordan Zimmermann has been named to the National League All-Star team, and as of now, he’s the lone Nationals representative. But you can change that!

Infielder Anthony Rendon is in MLB’s Final Vote, sponsored by Experian. He’s going up against four other National League players who are also trying to represent their respective team in the All-Star Game.

Rendon has put up quite the campaign this season, his second in the major leagues. He currently has a .282 batting average, 12 home runs, 50 RBIs and eight stolen bases. His offensive numbers combined with his solid defense at second and third base make him a strong candidate.

Vote Rendon.pngBut if you want to see him at Target Field, you have to vote now and vote often!

You can cast your vote for Rendon online here, or by texting N3 to 89269. (Standard messaging and data rates apply.)

Now, we’re not trying to tell you what to do, but voting is unlimited, so we suggest voting until your fingers cramp up.

On Thursday, July 10, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., you can also cast your vote by using #VoteRendon on Twitter.

This week, we’ll be holding a few giveaways of Nationals swag for Rendon supporters, so get voting!

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