Monday, July 6, 2015

Victorino falls in All-Star voting; Rollins still leads

ATLANTA -- Jimmy Rollins hasn't played since the last All-Star voting update, but he still leads at shortstop. Meanwhile, Shane Victorino has fallen out of the top three outfield spots.

Victorino falls in All-Star voting; Rollins still leads

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ATLANTA -- Jimmy Rollins hasn't played since the last All-Star voting update, but he still leads at shortstop. Meanwhile, Shane Victorino has fallen out of the top three outfield spots.

Carlos Ruiz has tightened the gap against St. Louis' Yadier Molina. Chase Utley still has the most votes of any National League player. And Placido Polanco has a comfortable lead over the Mets' David Wright.

Here are the standings:

1st Base
1. Albert Pujols Cardinals 1,006,149
2. Ryan Howard Phillies 532,729
3. Prince Fielder Brewers 315,936
4. James Loney Dodgers 207,566
5. Lance Berkman Astros 203,468

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2nd Base
1. Chase Utley Phillies 1,103,430
2. Rickie Weeks Brewers 261,591
3. Martin Prado Braves 260,349
4. Dan Uggla Marlins 214,644
5. Kelly Johnson D-backs 213,788

3rd Base
1. Placido Polanco Phillies 500,293
2. David Wright Mets 377,815
3. Casey McGehee Brewers 329,675
4. Chipper Jones Braves 252,486
5. Casey Blake Dodgers 240,754

Shortstop
1. Jimmy Rollins Phillies 548,629
2. Hanley Ramirez Marlins 526,890
3. Troy Tulowitzki Rockies 258,952
4. Rafael Furcal Dodgers 239,566
5. Alcides Escobar Brewers 232,449

Catcher
1. Yadier Molina Cardinals 494,517
2. Carlos Ruiz Phillies 416,585
3. Ivan Rodriguez Nationals 403,874
4. Brian McCann Braves 357,637
5. Russell Martin Dodgers 274,099

Outfield
1. Ryan Braun Brewers 693,460
2. Jayson Werth Phillies 629,894
3. Andre Ethier Dodgers 606,514
4. Shane Victorino Phillies 566,434
5. Jason Heyward Braves 550,147
6. Matt Holliday Cardinals 467,697
7. Matt Kemp Dodgers 394,579
8. Raul Ibanez Phillies 390,176
9. Manny Ramirez Dodgers 348,905
10. Jason Bay Mets 338,336

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