SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants catcher Buster Posey continued to dominate fan balloting at his position in the latest National League voting update announced Monday.Posey, who has ranked among the Major League batting leaders through much of the season, has corraled 1,357,467 votes. He is among seven National Leaguers to have
SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants catcher Buster Posey continued to dominate fan balloting at his position in the latest National League voting update announced Monday.
Posey, who has ranked among the Major League batting leaders through much of the season, has corraled 1,357,467 votes. He is among seven National Leaguers to have exceeded the million-vote plateau.
Rounding out the top five NL catchers in the voting are Chicago's Willson Contreras (740,372), St. Louis' Yadier Molina (669,641), Washington's Matt Wieters (455,498) and Los Angeles' Yasmani Grandal (343,112).
Posey, the lone Giant to appear among the top five vote-getters at any position, is a four-time All-Star who was elected by fans to start in 2012 and 2016.
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