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The Washington Nationals are offering half price tickets to fans who vote for infielder Anthony Rendon for the All-Star game.

By Extra Mustard
July 10, 2014

Washington Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon is a part of the league's Final Vote campaign for the last All-star spot, and the team has resorted to some good old-fashioned bribery to bring in some votes before Thursday's deadline.

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Any fan who votes for Rendon 21 or more times will be able to buy two tickets to select Nationals home games at half price, a deal that is almost definitely worth a couple dozen clicks for fans.

The oddest part of the campaign so far has been Rendon's discomfort with the All-Star push, as he told media he was not paying any attention to the vote, and was the only member of the Nationals to not wear a #voteRendon t-shirt at batting practice this week.

[Washington Post]

-Brendan Maloy

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