So much for a short vacation, eh, Bud?

According to Bill Shaikin, the Colorado Rockies manager, Bud Black, will be part of the coaching staff for the National League in the 2018 All-Star Game:

Dave Roberts, the Los Angeles Dodgers Manager, is leading the NL, while Black will assist in the effort. This year’s All-Star Game is set to take place on Tuesday, July 17 at 6 p.m. MT in Washington, D.C. at Nationals Park.

For Black — who’s Rockies are on a three-game winning streak currently — he may be able to coach multiple of his players.

Nolan Arenado, the best third baseman in baseball, is leading the way from his position with 1,706,923 votes, which was most recently updated on June 25. Arenado leads Kris Bryant of the Chicago Cubs by 700,000 votes and is basically a lock to make the team.

Trevor Story, who has been making a strong case for himself this season, is currently fourth among shortstops with 555,788 votes, about 1.2 million behind Brandon Crawford of the San Francisco Giants.

In the outfield, Charlie Blackmon is just outside the starting lineup, at No. 4 overall, with 983,660 votes. He’s around 500,000 votes behind Bryce Harper of the Nationals in third.

Voting goes through Thursday, July 5 here, so get going and help the other Rockies join Black and Arenado in D.C.