The Texas Rangers are now running up the All-Star score.
Texas, which already had a baseball high seven All-Stars for next Tuesday's game in Kansas City, now has eight after right-hander Yu Darvish won the Final Vote for the American League.
Darvish, who is 10-5, beat out Chicago's Jake Peavy, Baltimore's Jason Hammel, Kansas City's Jonathan Broxton and Los Angeles' Ernesto Frieri.
Darvish is the first Texas player to win a Final Vote. Ian Kinsler was on the ballot in 2009 and Michael Young in 2010 but neither player won.
The eight All-Stars are a club record for Texas. The old high was six, set in 2010.
Darvish, who won't pitch again for Texas before the All-Star break, has 119 strikeouts in 102 innings to go along with a 3.59 ERA. He's tied with New York Mets starter R.A. Dickey for the most double-digit strikeout games in the majors with five.
The addition of Darvish marks the second-consecutive season in which Texas has had two starting pitcher...