Marte, McCutchen remain in top 10 in ASG voting

June 27th, 2016

PITTSBURGH -- With four days left in the voting processPirates fans have work to do to get one of the team's players into the starting lineup for the July 12 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard in San Diego.

Pirates outfielders Andrew McCutchen and Starling Marte were represented on the latest All-Star ballot on Monday, but Gregory Polanco dropped out of the top 15 in outfielders, and Josh Harrison dropped out of the top 5 in second basemen.

Marte has now hopped over McCutchen, and ranks eighth with 893,952 votes, while McCutchen has dropped to ninth with 816,079 votes.

Marte has the strongest argument for a bid, though the Pirates have gone through a slump in June, because of his consistent play, hitting .368 this month. He currently ranks third in the Majors with 20 stolen bases.

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Jorge Soler sits one spot above Marte in seventh with 992,174 votes, and Dexter Fowler leads all outfielders with 2,320,877 votes.

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