Several close races remain with just four days left to vote for 2016 All-Star starters. Here are the latest totals: pic.twitter.com/0AGzE2j6MR— MLB Communications (@MLB_PR) June 27, 2016
Altuve vote total increased to 2,186,949 in week five of updates. Altuve collected 580,244 votes over the past week, the highest single-week total of votes he collects since updates started.
Robinson Cano still holds second place with 1,276,010, close to a million votes behind Altuve.
George Springer has still yet to break the top 15 outfielders in voting and Carlos Correa has dropped to No. 5 among A.L. shortstops with 694,103 votes.
Altuve, 26, is batting .348 (105x302) with 54 runs scored, 23 doubles, a triple, 13 home runs, 45 RBIs, 18 stolen bases, 38 walks, .425 OBP, .560 SLG, and .984 OPS.