At the conclusion of last night's MLB All-Star game in Miami, Seattle Mariner Robinson Canó walked away with the keys to a brand new Corvette Grand Sport.

With the game in extra innings, Canó stepped to the plate and launched the game-winning home run straight into the bullpen, going 1-for-2 on the evening with a RBI, and run scored. For his efforts, Chevrolet offered him the choice of either the 460-horsepower Corvette Grand Sport or the trail smashing Colorado ZR2.

This is Canó's first All-Star MVP honor in eight tries making him only the third Seattle Mariner to take home the trophy following legends Ken Griffy Jr. and Ichiro Suzuki.

"Robinson Canó turned in a tremendous performance tonight and is an excellent example to all baseball fans, and especially our kids, that hustle, determination, and teamwork are what wins, and that is why Chevrolet is proud to present the MVP award," said Brian Sweeney, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet.