The second National League All-Star ballot update was released today.
Leading all National League shortstops was the Los Angeles Dodgers’ very own, Corey Seager.
Here's the second update on the NL All-Star fan voting. pic.twitter.com/AkezohnaVo
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Following closely behind Seager in the shortstop voting is both Zack Cozart and Addison Russell.
Cozart has been one of the best players in the National League so far this season, so it makes sense that he and Seager are in such close proximity in the voting process. Russell probably should not be anywhere near the top five but Cubs fans do love to vote for their own players.
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Other Dodgers that are in the top five at their respective positions are Justin Turner (3rd) at third base and Yasmani Grandal (5th) at catcher.
Both Turner and Grandal are both have All-Star type seasons so it is possible that we see them along with Corey Seager in Miami come July.
Yasiel Puig is also representing the Dodgers at 14th in the outfield voting.
If you want them to be representing your Los Angeles Dodgers at the All-Star game, continue to vote as they continue to contribute to the team!