The 2013 MLB All-Star game is now less than a month away, and the voting races are heating up, especially in the National league.
The biggest race going on right now is between Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, and Buster Posey, the backstop for the San Fransisco Giants. Posey now leads Molina by less than one hundred thousand votes, and that margin keeps getting smaller day by day.
Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran has also managed to bring in a lot of votes, 2,385,240, surpassing Justin Upton and Bryce Harper for the current top spot in the outfield, Matt Holiday has moved into sixth place in voting for that position.
Other Cardinals that are trying to push their way into the lineup are first baseman Allen Craig, currently in third place, second basemen Matt Carpenter, in third place, and third basemen David Freese, who is also in third place.
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