Baseball All-Star Game voting is well under way now.
On your National League ballots, please find a spot for Bearcats great Josh Harrison.
The veteran infielder has cooled off a bit from his torrid early-season pace but he is still hitting at a solid .270 mark with 4 home runs, 18 RBIS, and 7 doubles. He has been a key contributor this season for Washington, as the Nationals try to hang in there in the mediocre NL East. The Washington Nationals would be in much worse shape without him.
Cincinnati Bearcats legend Harrison has twice made All-Star Game appearances, both times during his heyday with the Pittsburgh Pirates (2014, 2017).
If Harrison gets an All-Star nod in 2021, it will be a great way of honoring the renaissance his career has enjoyed of late in Washington. He is currently 33 years old and it may be his last shot at earning a bid to the game.
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