Jesus Aguilar and Jean Segura win the Final Vote

  • Jesus Aguilar and Jean Segura win the Final Vote

Jesus Aguilar and Jean Segura win the Final Vote

Aguilar beat out San Francisco first baseman Brandon Belt, St. Louis infielder Matt Carpenter, LA Dodgers infielder Max Muncy and Washington shortstop Trea Turner.

The results of the Final Vote to determine the last roster spot on the American League and National League All-Star teams are in.

Jesus Aguilar of the Milwaukee Brewers (left) and Jean Segura of the Seattle Mariners won the MLB All-Star Game Final Vote.

Seattle shortstop Jean Segura was first in the fan voting. Aguilar has not only played his way into an All-Star selection, he's also firmly in the MVP conversation as well based on his production so far.

This will be Segura's second All-Star appearance. Aguilar, who is tied for the NL lead with 23 home runs, joins his teammates Lorenzo Cain, Josh Hader and Christian Yelich as Brewers selected to the NL All-Star roster. He was followed by Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi, New York Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton, Minnesota Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario and Los Angeles Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons. In addition, Segura is the first Mariners player to ever come out on top of an All-Star Final Vote. That's especially the case given the suspension of Robinson Cano for Seattle. Now in its 17 season, the All-Star Final Vote has recorded over 845 million votes.

The Mariners made a big push to get Segura a ticket to Nationals Park for next week's All-Star activities after he was named one of five AL candidates for the Final Vote on Sunday.

Aguilar is now an All-Star for the first time.