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2019 MLB All-Star voting update: Bellinger, Yelich lead

AL CATCHERS 1) Gary Sanchez, Yankees 1,357,340 2) James McCann, White Sox 580,394 3) Robinson Chirinos, Astros 487,868 4) Jason Castro, Twins 444,533 5) Christian Vazquez, Red Sox 302,686 6) Jonathan Lucroy, Angels 268,710 7) Roberto Perez, Indians 176,976 8) Josh Phegley, Athletics 151,679 9) Mike Zunino, Rays 128,345 10) Martin Maldonado, Royals 113,525 NL CATCHERS 1) Willson Contreras, Cubs 1,555,490 2) Brian McCann, Braves 725,484 3) Yasmani Grandal, Brewers 513,412 4) J.T. Realmuto, Phillies 438,390 5) Yadier Molina, Cardinals 375,690 6) Austin Barnes, Dodgers 344,745 7) Tony Wolters, Rockies 204,641 8) Wilson Ramos, Mets 167,879 9) Buster Posey, Giants 146,905 10) Yan Gomes, Nationals 101,584 AL FIRST BASE 1) Luke Voit, Yankees 696,164 2) C.J. Cron, Twins 586,303 3) Carlos Santana, Indians 560,836 4) Jose Abreu, White Sox 517,473 5) Yuli Gurriel, Astros 433,692 6) Albert Pujols, Angels 384,322 7) Miguel Cabrera, Tigers 362,659 8) Edwin Encarnacion, Mariners 205,040 9) Mitch Moreland, Red Sox 193,609 10) Ji-Man Choi, Rays 168,723 NL FIRST BASE 1) Josh Bell, Pirates 1,106,186 2) Freddie Freeman, Braves 1,022,535 3) Anthony Rizzo, Cubs 948,047 4) Max Muncy, Dodgers 446,704 5) Pete Alonso, Mets 319,256 6) Rhys Hoskins, Phillies 249,341 7) Paul Goldschmidt, Cardinals 234,176 8) Jesus Aguilar, Brewers 188,332 9) Eric Hosmer, Padres 149,749 10) Daniel Murphy, Rockies 112,317 AL SECOND BASE 1) Tommy La Stella, Angels 1,020,912 2) Jose Altuve, Astros 923,117 3) DJ LeMahieu, Yankees 739,074 4) Jonathan Schoop, Twins 362,504 5) Whit Merrifield, Royals 247,903 6) Brandon Lowe, Rays 237,277 7) Michael Chavis, Red Sox 236,526 8) Jason Kipnis, Indians 137,724 9) Dee Gordon, Mariners 119,799 10) Yolmer Sanchez, White Sox 110,786 NL SECOND BASE 1) Ozzie Albies, Braves 1,011,132 2) Mike Moustakas, Brewers 966,391 3) Ketel Marte, Diamondbacks 554,524 4) Enrique Hernandez, Dodgers 455,704 5) Cesar Hernandez, Phillies 424,379 6) Daniel Descalso, Cubs 410,122 7) Robinson Cano, Mets 179,750 8) Kolten Wong, Cardinals 163,237 9) Brian Dozier, Nationals 156,129 10) Ryan McMahon, Rockies 109,692 AL THIRD BASE 1) Alex Bregman, Astros 1,322,935 2) Gio Urshela, Yankees 502,614 3) Hunter Dozier, Royals 424,028 4) Rafael Devers, Red Sox 335,635 5) Marwin Gonzalez, Twins 290,264 6) Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays 269,492 7) Matt Chapman, Athletics 267,590 8) Yoan Moncada, White Sox 262,416 9) David Fletcher, Angels 192,712 10) Jose Ramirez, Indians 136,766 NL THIRD BASE 1) Nolan Arenado, Rockies 1,475,825 2) Kris Bryant, Cubs 850,758 3) Josh Donaldson, Braves 550,947 4) Justin Turner, Dodgers 512,237 5) Anthony Rendon, Nationals 378,761 6) Manny Machado, Padres 207,354 7) Eduardo Escobar, Diamondbacks 185,561 8) Travis Shaw, Brewers 148,322 9) Maikel Franco, Phillies 138,948 10) Matt Carpenter, Cardinals 132,248 AL SHORTSTOP 1) Jorge Polanco, Twins 818,082 2) Carlos Correa, Astros 656,995 3) Gleyber Torres, Yankees 565,728 4) Tim Anderson, White Sox 510,337 5) Francisco Lindor, Indians 460,952 6) Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox 410,134 7) Andrelton Simmons, Angels 274,181 8) Elvis Andrus, Rangers 166,275 9) Adalberto Mondesi, Royals 148,843 10) Willy Adames, Rays 126,583 NL SHORTSTOP 1) Javier Baez, Cubs 1,672,062 2) Dansby Swanson, Braves 764,663 3) Corey Seager, Dodgers 494,546 4) Trevor Story, Rockies 457,159 5) Jean Segura, Phillies 286,287 6) Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres 246,374 7) Orlando Arcia, Brewers 233,953 8) Paul DeJong, Cardinals 195,357 9) Trea Turner, Nationals 150,392 10) Jose Iglesias, Reds 134,143 AL OUTFIELD 1) Mike Trout, Angels 1,904,273 2) George Springer, Astros 1,495,817 3) Michael Brantley, Astros 924,173 4) Austin Meadows, Rays 887,946 5) Mookie Betts, Red Sox 777,642 6) Eddie Rosario, Twins 687,515 7) Aaron Judge, Yankees 577,640 8) Joey Gallo, Rangers 537,934 9) Josh Reddick, Astros 511,903 10) Max Kepler, Twins 435,789 11) Byron Buxton, Twins 418,287 12) Brett Gardner, Yankees 259,179 13) Andrew Benintendi, Red Sox 258,476 14) Jackie Bradley Jr., Red Sox 234,302 15) Tommy Pham, Rays 223,250 16) Aaron Hicks, Yankees 221,578 17) Trey Mancini, Orioles 206,620 18) Shin-Soo Choo, Rangers 194,328 19) Kole Calhoun, Angels 168,971 20) Kevin Kiermaier, Rays 158,609 NL OUTFIELD 1) Cody Bellinger, Dodgers 2,184,251 2) Christian Yelich, Brewers 2,065,382 3) Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves 1,229,200 4) Albert Almora Jr., Cubs 645,291 5) Jason Heyward, Cubs 614,823 6) Nick Markakis, Braves 614,358 7) Joc Pederson, Dodgers 598,909 8) Kyle Schwarber, Cubs 585,997 9) Charlie Blackmon, Rockies 530,342 10) Bryce Harper, Phillies 498,100 11) Alex Verdugo, Dodgers 437,115 12) Ender Inciarte, Braves 332,134 13) Juan Soto, Nationals 302,375 14) Lorenzo Cain, Brewers 282,069 15) Marcell Ozuna, Cardinals 275,590 16) Melky Cabrera, Pirates 252,384 17) Scott Kingery, Phillies 233,131 18) Andrew McCutchen, Phillies 224,871 19) Ryan Braun, Brewers 221,172 20) Jeff McNeil, Mets 205,542 DESIGNATED HITTER 1) J.D. Martinez, Red Sox 893,689 2) Hunter Pence, Rangers 602,766 3) Nelson Cruz, Twins 506,211 4) Shohei Ohtani, Angels 362,947 5) Aledmys Diaz, Astros 353,015 6) Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees 295,326 7) Avisail Garcia, Rays 282,170 8) Khris Davis, Athletics 251,191 9) Daniel Vogelbach, Mariners 237,238 10) Yonder Alonso, White Sox 147,177





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