There's no denying the fact that Dallas Keuchel is the leader of the Astros' pitching staff. The 2015 AL Cy Young Award winner is in Miami this week for his second All-Star Game, after all, following a ridiculous 9-0, 1.67 ERA start to his season.
But he wasn't the only Houston hurler spotted at the Midsummer Classic, as right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. rode a 7-2 record and 3.05 ERA to his first All-Star selection. The two may be teammates and ultimately play for the same goal, but that doesn't mean they aren't also fierce competitors -- when it comes to off-field activities.
Asked by the Cespedes Family BBQ at All-Star Media Day (and as seen in the video atop this post), Keuchel also considers himself a significantly better video game player than McCullers. However, McCullers offers up a jab of his own -- specifically that he's better on the basketball court than Keuchel, adding, "Don't tell him I said that."