The Rockies’ Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story each trail Cubs in the latest All-Star voting update

Arenado and Story are two of the four Rockies who appear on the latest ballot.

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Major League Baseball released another National League All-Star voting update Wednesday. The Chicago Cubs’ stranglehold on the competition continued. The Colorado Rockies’ Trevor Story and Nolan Arenado both remained in second place at shortstop and third base, respectively. They each trail, yes, you guessed it, Chicago Cubs.

Addison Russell (1,489,998) leads Story (1,110,002) by about 380,000 votes. Kris Bryant (2,070,738) is ahead of Arenado (1,543,515) by approximately 527,000 votes.

The Rockies also had two outfielders appear in the latest ballot. Right fielder Carlos Gonzalez came in eighth with 780,290 votes, while center fielder Charlie Blackmon is in 13th with 442,459 votes.

This was the fourth fan voting update the MLB has released. Fans determine positional starters in the All-Star Game, while players, coaches and managers choose the pitchers and backups.

Fan voting closes on June 30. You can vote here.

The All-Star Game is scheduled for July 12 in San Diego.

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