Nolan Arenado, leading Rockies in updated All-Star Game voting, claims top spot at hot corner

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Nolan Arenado is looking to get to the All-Star Game for the fourth time in his career. Arenado, the six-time Gold Glove winner for the Rockies, is leading the way among National League third basemen.

Major League Baseball, which released updated balloting numbers for the 2019 Mid-summer Classic, has Arenado sitting at 783,684 votes. The closest player to Arenado is Cubs’ Kris Bryant with 404,855 votes.

As for the other Rockies players who have shown up on ballots, Tony Wolters is in seventh for catchers with 96,117 votes, Trevor Story fourth for shortstops with 243,550 votes and Charlie Blackmon is the lone outfielder for Colorado, sitting in sixth with 278,070 votes.

There is still plenty of time to vote for your favorite player as “The Primary” voting period concludes on June 21. Ballots can be cast online at MLB.com.

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