We’re a month away from the All-Star Game coming to D.C., which means we’re getting closer to the announcements of the National League and American League rosters. And the Nationals need your help to ensure the host city is well-represented in the All-Star Game!
After leading all NL outfielders in voting last week, Bryce Harper has slipped to second with 1,002,696 votes behind Braves outfielder Nick Markakis’ 1,173,653. Harper, a five-time All-Star, currently leads the league with 19 home runs and 51 walks, and also ranks in the top 10 with 43 RBIs.
Matt Adams also appeared among the top 15 outfielders in last week’s inital ballot update. But he, too, has slipped from 14th to 15th with 237,165 votes. Adams is slashing .275/.351/.575 with 13 home runs and 36 RBIs on the season.
And the only other National currently listed on this week’s All-Star ballot update is shortstop Trea Turner. Turner was fourth last week, but he also dropped a spot to fifth with 279,071 votes. He is slashing .256/.338/.383 with seven homers and 25 RBIs while ranking second in the league with 20 stolen bases.
Continue to vote for Harper, Adams, Turner and all of your favorite Nationals so they can represent D.C. in next month’s All-Star Game at Nats Park! You can vote on the official All-Star ballot here.