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2016 All-Star Voting Update: Altuve still No. 1; Correa No. 4 SS; Springer not in top 15

The Astros All-Star voting stays pat in all three places, which means there are one right choice and two wrongs to correct.

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It is already time for the second round of updated the 2016 MLB All-Star Gam fan voting. Last week, Jose Altuve led all American League second baseman with 624,218. Carlos Correa was lagging behind in fourth place among AL shortstops with 304,997, and George Springer was nowhere to be found in the top 15 AL outfielders.

All three Astros stars have held serve among the All-Star votes in week two. That means that there is one correct vote selection and two that still need to be correct among the voters.

Altuve is still in first place among the second basemen with 893,332 votes. He picked up 269,114 votes over the past week. Altuve is still ahead of Royals second baseman Omar Infante who checked in with 622,683 in week two.

Correa is in fourth place still with 385,218 votes, he only gained 80,221 last week. A crime and shame. It appears he will have to be a coaches' selection as leader Xander Bogarts has 1,040,465 after two weeks.

Colby Rasmus slipped two spots to No. 15 on the outfielder vote totals after getting 32,546 additional votes this past week to push his total to 240,651. But George Springer has still not cracked the top 15 list for outfielders.

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