Tulowitzki continues to lead in latest NL All-Star update


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New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki remains as the National League leader in balloting for the 2014 MLB All-Star Game, while Aramis Ramirez of Milwaukee Brewers leads a tight race at third base in the latest results released Monday.

Ramirez passed Mets' third baseman David Wright in voting and holds a 19,007- vote lead. He also is ahead of San Francisco's Pablo Sandoval, St. Louis' Matt Carpenter and Colorado's Nolan Arenado in a race that is separated by 260,000 votes.

Milwaukee's Carlos Gomez (2,409,860), who is seeking his first career fan vote, jumped ahead of Miami's Giancarlo Stanton (2,130,519) for the third spot among outfielders. Yasiel Puig (2,468,376) holds first place while Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen (2,461,722) is in second.

Diamondbacks' first baseman Paul Goldschmidt increased his advantage to 722,877 votes over the Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez.

Tulowitzki (3,287,460) continues to hold a comfortable lead of over two million votes on Milwaukee's Jean Segura for the third base selection.

At second base, Philadelphia's Chase Utley has compiled 2,090,110 votes to stay atop Pittsburgh's Neil Walker.

St. Louis' Yadier Molina continues to lead at the catcher spot with 2,600,853, over Milwaukee's Jonathan Lucroy, who has gotten 1,911,745 votes.

The All-Star Game is scheduled for July 15 at Target Field in Minneapolis, with balloting to conclude on July 3.

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