One former Boise Hawk will suit up for the National League in the 2017 MLB All-Star Game, and a second could make the team with your vote.
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant, the reigning NL MVP, and Marlins first baseman Justin Bour are both among the final five National League players fans can vote into the All-Star Game on July 11 in Miami.
You can vote here. The top vote getter among the five will make the all-star team. Voting ends at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Bryant, who played 18 games with the Hawks in 2013, has gotten off to a slow start this season by his lofty standards. The Cubs’ slugger is hitting .263 with 16 home runs and 32 RBIs. He made the all-star game each of his previous two seasons in the Majors.
Bour, who played 48 games with the Hawks in 2009, is hitting .285 with 18 home runs and 53 RBIs this season. He has yet to make an all-star game since his MLB debut in 2014.
The rest of the National League’s final five include Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon, Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner and Rockies first baseman Mark Reynolds.
Bryant and Bour are both trying to join Pirates utilityman Josh Harrison, who made his second all-star team as a manager’s selection. The 2008 Boise Hawk is hitting .288 with nine home runs, 27 RBIs and 10 stolen bases.