Rockies' Tulowitzki extends streaks going into final day of Final Vote
Going into Friday -- the final day of MLB’s Final Vote to determine the last player selected for the All-Star team on both the NL and AL squads -- Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki continued to make his case. Although he had said that he wouldn’t campaign for himself, his play has been doing the talking for him.
On Thursday he extended his hitting streak to 21 game -- the longest in the majors this season. He also reached base safely for the 36th straight game.
Meanwhile, the Rockies and their fans went all out in pushing Tulo’s candidacy.
ONE HOUR LEFT! Want to sit in #Tulo’s personal suite for a game? Seriously. He is offering it to 1 lucky winner! pic.twitter.com/beILRiIae5— #Tulo (@Rockies) July 10, 2015
Tulo told me a secret: he wants our vote in today’s Final Vote for the All-Star Game. http://t.co/KU6boypl3H #Tulo pic.twitter.com/iiOrJ0WS0M— The Lumineers (@thelumineers) July 9, 2015
#Tulo ? when you see it, vote. Text N5 to 89269: http://t.co/fD6QmXdTgP pic.twitter.com/fXvpK0s9AY— #Tulo (@Rockies) July 9, 2015
2-0 thinks you should vote #Tulo! https://t.co/MLNBS3YUdX— Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) July 10, 2015
Less than 24 hours left to vote for #Tulo. Do as Nolan says. TEXT N5 to 89269: http://t.co/fD6QmXvuFp https://t.co/mLHyDC7cPD— #Tulo (@Rockies) July 9, 2015
VOTE #TULO OR LEW DUNLAP WILL HUNT YOU DOWN! pic.twitter.com/TSZvGiCe4M— #Tulo (@Rockies) July 10, 2015