Legends On Deck

National League All-Star Game Ballot as of May 27th

The other day the American League All-Star ballot was released and it looked as if the Kansas City Royals would be playing against the National League.  Well the National League ballot was released and it is clear that the Royals will be playing the St. Louis Cardinals in the mid-summer classic.

Here are the up to date ballot numbers for the National League as of May 27th.

First Base

1. Adrian Gonzalez (Dodgers) – 929,016
2. Anthony Rizzo (Cubs) – 489,255
3. Paul Goldschmidt (Diamondbacks) – 480,019
4. Matt Adams (Cardinals) – 420,771
5. Joey Votto (Reds) – 384,285

Second Base

1. Dee Gordon (Marlins) – 934,239
2. Kolten Wong (Cardinals) – 582,238
3. Howie Kendrick (Dodgers) – 385,427
4. Brandon Phillips (Reds) – 337,146
5. Joe Panik (Giants) – 333,853

Shortstop

1. Jhonny Peralta (Cardinals) – 595,741
2. Starlin Castro (Cubs) – 571,574
3. Troy Tulowitzki (Rockies) – 525,917
4. Zack Cozart (Reds) – 431,365
5. Brandon Crawford (Giants) – 417,604

Third Base

1. Matt Carpenter (Cardinals) – 1,113,060
2. Kris Bryant (Cubs) – 583,583
3. Todd Frazier (Reds) – 424,035
4. David Wright (Mets) – 327,319
5. Nolan Arenado (Rockies) – 309,823

Catcher

1. Yadier Molina (Cardinals) – 859,520
2. Buster Posey (Giants) – 759,187
3. Miguel Montero (Cubs) – 347,329
4. A.J. Pierzynski (Braves) – 347,094
5. Derek Norris (Padres) – 275,067

Outfield

1. Bryce Harper (Nationals) – 1,116,582
2. Matt Holliday (Cardinals) – 979,008
3. Giancarlo Stanton (Marlins) – 746,926
4. Nori Aoki (Giants) – 441,407
5. Angel Pagan (Giants) – 413,843
6. Joc Pederson (Dodgers) – 390,885
7. Jason Heyward (Cardinals) – 388,838
8. Matt Kemp (Padres) – 375,172
9. Justin Upton (Padres) – 368,868
10. Corey Dickerson (Rockies) – 354,252
11. Andrew McCutchen (Pirates) – 339,566
12. Jon Jay (Cardinals) – 333,040
13. Yasiel Puig (Dodgers) – 322,756
14. Dexter Fowler (Cubs) – 311,908
15. Jorge Soler (Cubs) – 291,658

 

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