Corey Seager continues to move higher in the National League All-Star team voting, but with barely a week remaining in the balloting, he still has a monster mountain to climb.
Seager passed San Francisco’s Brandon Crawford to move up from fourth place to third among NL shortstops, but the 22-year-old Dodger has less than half of Addison Russell’s vote total, even though Seager’s NL-leading WAR is more than twice as much as Russell’s.
Fan voting ends at 8:59 p.m. June 30 at dodgers.com/vote.
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Adrian Gonzalez remains in fourth place among NL first baseman, with barely a fourth of position leader Anthony Rizzo of Chicago. As it stands now, the Cubs would have five starters, including all four in the infield.
You didn’t show the shortstops. We’re not on that list but I’d be curious to see who is.
OK, I’m an idiot. Or maybe I still need more coffee. Or both. Either way, never mind.