Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager remained in third place among players at his position in the All-Star Game voting update released by Major League Baseball on Monday afternoon. The order at the shortstop position is the same as it was last week.
The Chicago Cubs’ Addison Russell leads with 1,741,182 votes, followed Trevor Story of Colorado Rockies with 1,432,547 votes, and Seager’s 1,082,434 votes.
Adrian Gonzalez remains in fourth place among first basemen with 734,448 votes. He trails Chicago’s Anthony Rizzo, who is pacing first basemen, by over 1.8 million votes. Gonzalez was the Dodgers’ lone representation in the first update, released June 1.
The Cubs are holding strong at several positions, and are on track to have starters at first base (Rizzo), second base (Ben Zobrist), third base (Kris Bryant), shortstop (Russell) and the outfield (Dexter Fowler).
While there’s a sizeable drop off after the top-three in outfielder voting, Jason Heyward ranks fourth. Gonzalez, Yasmani Grandal, Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and Joc Pederson represented the Dodgers in the Midsummer Classic last season.
Complete All-Star rosters (starters and reserves) will be announced Tuesday, July 5 on ESPN. The 2016 MLB All-Star Game will be played on July 12 at Petco Park. Voting ends at 8:59 p.m. PT on June 30 at dodgers.com/vote.