The first baseman is tied with the Rockies' Nolan Arenado for the most home runs in the NL with 23.
Benintendi trailed Segura at each update Major League Baseball released of the voting.
Aguilar and Segura earned the final roster spots on the National League and American League All-Star teams through online voting on MLB.com, the 30 Club sites and mobile devices. 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.
San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt finished second in the NL balloting, followed by Max Muncy of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Trea Turner of the Washington Nationals and Matt Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals.
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The first hiccup surfaced at the start of the second set with Anderson breaking the Federer serve and ending that run of holds. Federer was completely out of sorts by now and his uncharacteristic struggles on his forehand didn't improve in the fourth set.
Segura, meanwhile, punched a ticket to his second Midsummer Classic by securing more votes than Boston Red Sox left fielder Andrew Benintendi, New York Yankees designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton, Minnesota Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario and Los Angeles Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons.
For the eight players not selected in the Final Vote, the All-Star dream is not officially over. In addition, Segura is the first Mariners player to ever come out on top of an All-Star Final Vote.
Segura will make his second trip to the All-Star Game (also 2013) after receiving 13.6 million votes in the Final Vote competition. A handful of these deserving could still be added in the coming days.