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Carlos Gomez Surprises Brewers Fans; Makes Sure They #VoteBrewers

Let this be a lesson in why you should always #VoteBrewers:

These Brewers fans were hard at work voting for the 2014 All-Star Game when they got a little surprise–Carlos Gomez sidled up beside them, checking to make sure they were voting for him and the rest of the Crew for the 2014 All-Star Game.

Brian’s reaction is priceless:

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Have you cast your votes yet? Be sure to help send your favorite Brewers to Minnesota in July. Vote now at brewers.com/allstar.

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

Carlos Gomez Surprises Brewers Fans on Concourse Before Game

Before tonight’s Brewers vs. Nationals game at Miller Park, early-arriving fans got a little surprise as they were greeted by Carlos Gomez on the concourse:

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From the number of these unsuspecting fans who were wearing Gomez gear and carrying signs supporting  the All-Star center fielder, it is clear he is a fan favorite.

Let’s just hope everyone has cast their votes to help send Carlos to Minnesota in July! When you Vote Brewers, remember to #GoForGomez! Vote now at brewers.com/allstar.

#GoForGomez: Carlos Gomez in 3rd Place in Latest All-Star Balloting Update

On Monday, MLB released the third update of National League voting totals for the 2014 MLB All-Star Game. Carlos Gomez has jumped two positions to move into third place among NL outfielders in the league’s tightest race with 1,192,174 votes. He is less than 67,000 votes behind Giancarlo Stanton (1,259,047) for second place. Yasiel Puig currently leads all NL outfielders with 1,472,717 votes.

In case you missed it, our friends at FOX Sports Wisconsin helped put together this brilliant campaign spot to assist in the effort:

Gomez ranks among the National League leaders in a number of offensive categories, including slugging percentage (4th, .554), total bases (4th, 128), extra-base hits (T-4th, 31), runs (T-5th, 42), doubles (T-5th, 17), batting average (7th, .307), home runs (T-8th, 12) and stolen bases (T-10th, 11).  He is one of three players in the majors with at least 10 home runs and 10 stolen bases this season, joining Colorado’s Charlie Blackmon and Minnesota’s Brian Dozier.

Ryan Braun, Khris Davis, Jonathan Lucroy, Aramis Ramirez and Jean Segura are also among NL Leaders in the balloting.

Ryan Braun, one of 10 National League players with more than one million votes, is sixth among outfielders with 1,058,680 votes in the tightly-contested outfield race. Jonathan Lucroy remains third among National League catchers with 771,313 votes, trailing the Cardinals’ Yadier Molina and the Giants’ Buster Posey. Lucroy is amongNL leaders in multi-hit games (T-1st, 24), doubles (T-2nd, 23), batting average (3rd, .335), hits (4th, 75), on-base percentage (6th, .398) and slugging percentage (10th, .500).

Jean Segura (567,481 votes) ranks third at shortstop, Aramis Ramirez is now fourth among NL third basemen (615,597 votes) and Khris Davis (459,771 votes) moved up a spot to 13th in the outfield.

Balloting at Miller Park continues through this Sunday, June 15, comprising 23 home dates. Fans can vote for the Major League All-Stars online at Brewers.com through Thursday, July 3 at 10:59pm CT.

 -Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

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