Final day to vote Bryce Harper, Bryson Stott to play in MLB Futures Game
Today is the last day to vote for the MLB All-Star team. Bryce Harper is still alive in the voting for the National League outfielders. You can go to MLB.com/vote or search on Google using “MLB All-Star Vote” or “Vote” along with a player’s (Bryce Harper) name.
On the season, he’s slashing .275/.385/.512 with a .897 OPS. Harper has 13 home runs and 23 RBI in 58 games this year. Harper hit two home runs in last night’s loss to the Miami Marlins.
- Ronald Acuña Jr., Braves (21%)
- Nick Castellanos, Reds (18%)
- Jesse Winker, Reds (15%)
- Mookie Betts, Dodgers (13%)
- Chris Taylor, Dodgers (7%)
- Joc Pederson, Cubs (7%)
- Mike Yastrzemski, Giants (7%)
- Bryce Harper, Phillies (7%)
- Juan Soto, Nationals (6%)
Phillies prospect and fellow Las Vegas friend of Bryce Harper, Bryson Stott, has been selected to play in the MLB Futures game during All-Star weekend. Stott is the Phillies’ number two overall ranked prospect, and the top position prospect in the Phillies organization. Mick Abel, is ranked number one.
Stott will follow Alec Bohm, who was selected to participate in the Futures game in 2019, which was never played due to COVID-19. Bryson was drafted 14th overall in the first round of the 2019 draft by the Phillies and has continued to climb the ladder in the minor leagues. He has batted .278 with four home runs and an .855 OPS since joining the Fightin Phils on May 1st. Before that, Stott lit up Single-A ball, batting .288 with five home runs and a 1.001 OPS in 22 games earlier in the season.