Bell Still Ahead In All-Star Voting But Grip On Lead Slipping

Atlanta's Freddie Freeman is quickly catching up

Andrew Limberg
June 17, 2019 - 2:27 pm

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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - Pirates first baseman Josh Bell continues to lead All-Star voting but his grip on first place is slipping.

Bell had an over 160,705 vote advantage over the second place Cubs Anthony Rizzo last week.

Since then Braves Freddie Freeman has passed Rizzo and is now only behind Bell by nearly 83,700 votes.

Bell leads the majors in RBI (65), doubles (27) and total bases (177).

You can vote for Bell up to five times a day here.

Current number:
1) Josh Bell, Pirates -- 1,106,186
2) Freddie Freeman, Braves -- 1,022,535
3) Anthony Rizzo, Cubs -- 948,047
4) Max Muncy, Dodgers -- 446,704
5) Pete Alonso, Mets -- 319,256
6) Rhys Hoskins, Phillies -- 249,341
7) Paul Goldschmidt, Cardinals -- 234,176
8) Jesus Aguilar, Brewers -- 188,332
9) Eric Hosmer, Padres -- 149,749
10) Daniel Murphy, Rockies -- 112,317

Pirates outfielder Melky Cabrera is currently in 16th.

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