Though in a losing effort, you've got to admire Brock Holt here. 


MLB released its All-Star final vote candidates a few days back, and Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi was listed as one of the five options for the last roster spot for the AL All-Star team. The 23-year-old has certainly been having an All-Star-like season, hitting .298 with an .383 OBP, .906 OPS, 17 home runs, and 17 stolen bases. 

So, Holt took over the campaign to help Benintendi get to the All-Star Game. And he used what appears to be his son to help the efforts. His caption read, "Pulling out all the stops. Can’t say no to this!! #VoteBenny."

In the end, Seattle shortstop ​Jean Segura won the vote, which undoubtedly broke the hearts of Red Sox fans everywhere. 


But hey, Benintendi's an All-Star in our book.