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Altuve Takes Over as Top Second Baseman in AL All-Star Voting

Correa gains significant ground at SS over past week; other Astros within striking distance

HOUSTON, TX - Major League Baseball released its second update of the American League All-Star voting results today, which revealed Jose Altuve as the top vote getter among AL second baseman. Altuve surpassed Starlin Castro (NYY), who led the initial rankings announced on May 31. Altuve now leads Castro by 219,408 votes, after trailing by 538 votes last week.

Carlos Correa also made a significant jump in the standings among shortstops, as he gained 168,678 votes more than Francisco Lindor (CLE) over the week. Correa now ranks second to Lindor, trailing by 180,042 votes. Last week, he trailed by 348,720 votes.

HOUSTON, TX - Major League Baseball released its second update of the American League All-Star voting results today, which revealed Jose Altuve as the top vote getter among AL second baseman. Altuve surpassed Starlin Castro (NYY), who led the initial rankings announced on May 31. Altuve now leads Castro by 219,408 votes, after trailing by 538 votes last week.

Carlos Correa also made a significant jump in the standings among shortstops, as he gained 168,678 votes more than Francisco Lindor (CLE) over the week. Correa now ranks second to Lindor, trailing by 180,042 votes. Last week, he trailed by 348,720 votes.

All nine Astros were listed among the leading vote getters in today's release by Major League Baseball.

 

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