The 2nd Round of National League All-Star Ballot Results Are Out: Cubs Still Dominating

The 2nd round of National League All-Star ballot results were released on Monday and the Cubs are still dominating:

NL CATCHERS
1) Willson Contreras, Cubs — 1,555,490
2) Brian McCann, Braves — 725,484
3) Yasmani Grandal, Brewers — 513,412
4) J.T. Realmuto, Phillies — 438,390
5) Yadier Molina, Cardinals — 375,690
6) Austin Barnes, Dodgers — 344,745
7) Tony Wolters, Rockies — 204,641
8) Wilson Ramos, Mets — 167,879
9) Buster Posey, Giants — 146,905
10) Yan Gomes, Nationals — 101,584

NL FIRST BASE
1) Josh Bell, Pirates — 1,106,186
2) Freddie Freeman, Braves — 1,022,535
3) Anthony Rizzo, Cubs — 948,047
4) Max Muncy, Dodgers — 446,704
5) Pete Alonso, Mets — 319,256
6) Rhys Hoskins, Phillies — 249,341
7) Paul Goldschmidt, Cardinals — 234,176
8) Jesus Aguilar, Brewers — 188,332
9) Eric Hosmer, Padres — 149,749
10) Daniel Murphy, Rockies — 112,317

NL SECOND BASE
1) Ozzie Albies, Braves — 1,011,132
2) Mike Moustakas, Brewers — 966,391
3) Ketel Marte, D-backs — 554,524
4) Enrique Hernandez, Dodgers — 455,704
5) Cesar Hernandez, Phillies — 424,379
6) Daniel Descalso, Cubs — 410,122
7) Robinson Cano, Mets — 179,750
8) Kolten Wong, Cardinals — 163,237
9) Brian Dozier, Nationals — 156,129
10) Ryan McMahon, Rockies — 109,692

NL THIRD BASE
1) Nolan Arenado, Rockies — 1,475,825
2) Kris Bryant, Cubs — 850,758
3) Josh Donaldson, Braves — 550,947
4) Justin Turner, Dodgers — 512,237
5) Anthony Rendon, Nationals — 378,761
6) Manny Machado, Padres — 207,354
7) Eduardo Escobar, D-backs — 185,561
8) Travis Shaw, Brewers — 148,322
9) Maikel Franco, Phillies — 138,948
10) Matt Carpenter, Cardinals — 132,248

NL SHORTSTOP
1) Javier Baez, Cubs — 1,672,062
2) Dansby Swanson, Braves — 764,663
3) Corey Seager, Dodgers — 494,546
4) Trevor Story, Rockies — 457,159
5) Jean Segura, Phillies — 286,287
6) Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres — 246,374
7) Orlando Arcia, Brewers — 233,953
8) Paul DeJong, Cardinals — 195,357
9) Trea Turner, Nationals — 150,392
10) Jose Iglesias, Reds — 134,143

NL OUTFIELD
1) Cody Bellinger, Dodgers — 2,184,251
2) Christian Yelich, Brewers — 2,065,382
3) Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves — 1,229,200
4) Albert Almora Jr., Cubs — 645,291
5) Jason Heyward, Cubs — 614,823
6) Nick Markakis, Braves — 614,358
7) Joc Pederson, Dodgers — 598,909
8) Kyle Schwarber, Cubs — 585,997
9) Charlie Blackmon, Rockies — 530,342
10) Bryce Harper, Phillies — 498,100
11) Alex Verdugo, Dodgers — 437,115
12) Ender Inciarte, Braves — 332,134
13) Juan Soto, Nationals — 302,375
14) Lorenzo Cain, Brewers — 282,069
15) Marcell Ozuna, Cardinals — 275,590
16) Melky Cabrera, Pirates — 252,384
17) Scott Kingery, Phillies — 233,131
18) Andrew McCutchen, Phillies — 224,871
19) Ryan Braun, Brewers — 221,172
20) Jeff McNeil, Mets — 205,542

The way it is lining up, the Cubs are in position to send seven players through to the Starters Election, which will take place over a 28-hour period starting at noon ET on June 26.

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