Final Vote nominee Hill continues to deliver

Final Vote nominee Hill continues to deliver

Final Vote nominee Hill continues to deliver
PHOENIX -- His team may have lost its fifth straight game Wednesday, but National League Final Vote candidate Aaron Hill continued to produce for the D-backs.

The second baseman collected a double Wednesday, driving in a run and scoring a run in the D-backs' 8-6 loss.

His hit extended his hitting streak at Chase Field to 19 games, which is tied for the third longest streak in club history.

The 30-year-old also stole a hit and an RBI away from Chase Headley with a nice snag on a ground ball into the hole on the right side of the infield in the ninth inning.

On the season, Hill is batting an even .300 with 11 homers and 39 RBIs.

Hill, a candidate in the All-Star Game Final Vote sponsored by Firestone, is competing against Michael Bourn (Braves), David Freese (Cardinals) and Bryce Harper (Nationals). Voting ends Thursday at 1 p.m. MST.