National League All-Star Game Voting
Ryan Zimmerman, experiencing a resurgent season at the plate with a .374 average and 16 homers, has taken the lead in balloting at first base for the NL All-Star Game, MLB said Monday.
Zimmerman, who trailed by nearly 94,000 votes last week, has 670,671 votes, while Rizzo has 657,702 votes. Voting is done at mlb.com and continues through June 29.
Corey Seager of the Dodgers leads a tight race at shortstop ahead of Cincinnati's Zack Cosart and the Cubs' Addison Russell.
The other NL leaders are: second baseman Daniel Murphy of the Nationals (1,149,130); third baseman Kris Bryant of the Cubs (895,752); catcher Buster Posey of the Giants (917,359); and outfielders Bryce Harper of the Nationals (1,459,235), Charlie Blackmon of the Rockies (979,961) and Jason Heyward of the Cubs (498,079).
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|2017 NL All-Star Voting|
|1||Ryan Zimmerman||Nationals||670,671||1||Buster Posey||Giants||917,359|
|2||Anthony Rizzo||Cubs||657,702||2||Willson Contreras||Cubs||510,029|
|3||Freddie Freeman||Braves||401,982||3||Yadier Molina||Cardinals||478,406|
|4||Paul Goldschmidt||D-backs||363,431||4||Matt Wieters||Nationals||300,980|
|5||Matt Carpenter||Cardinals||214,324||5||Yasmani Grandal||Dodgers||241,497|
|1||Daniel Murphy||Nationals||1,149,130||1||Bryce Harper||Nationals||1,459,235|
|2||Javier Báez||Cubs||715,928||2||Charlie Blackmon||Rockies||979,961|
|3||Brandon Phillips||Braves||185,862||3||Jason Heyward||Cubs||498,079|
|4||DJ LeMahieu||Rockies||175,435||4||Ben Zobrist||Cubs||472,114|
|5||Kolten Wong||Cardinals||171,848||5||Matt Kemp||Braves||457,586|
|1||Kris Bryant||Cubs||895,752||9||Yoenis Céspedes||Mets||327,116|
|2||Nolan Arenado||Rockies||613,571||10||Dexter Fowler||Cardinals||268,545|
|3||Justin Turner||Dodgers||362,952||11||Jay Bruce||Mets||245,634|
|4||Anthony Rendon||Nationals||295,369||12||Jayson Werth||Nationals||236,367|
|5||Jedd Gyorko||Cardinals||275,281||13||Adam Duvall||Reds||234,099|