On Tuesday Major League Baseball released the latest results for the 3rd update for the 2017 MLB All-Star Game selections.
The good news in this updated version is that a Cleveland Indians player is still within the top 5 for the infield and are also represented in the outfield.
In the outfield, Michael Brantley is still standing at number 4 but Lonnie Chisenhall has dropped from 8 to 12 and lastly, Abraham Almonte has dropped from 9 to 14.
The bad news is that Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor is no longer leading American League Shortstops in AL All-Star balloting.
Lindor is trailing Correa by 122,191 votes, so Cleveland fans if you want to see Lindor in the All-Star Game make sure to #VoteLindor.
In the first version of the All-Star Balloting Update, Lindor’s gap between himself and Correa was the largest gap at any position.
Another Indians player that has dropped is Edwin Encarnacion, previously Encarnacion was holding the second position for Designated Hitters behind Seattle Mariners’ Nelson Cruz. In the latest update, Encarnacion falls from the second position to the fourth position.
— MLB Communications (@MLB_PR) June 13, 2017
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