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2017 MLB All-Star Game: No Astros in starting lineup after 1st update

Altuve, Correa in second place at positions.

Houston Astros v Minnesota Twins Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

The Houston Astros are riding high right now. Easily the team is playing the best in baseball right now. But the first update from the All-Star Game voting doesn’t reflect that yet.

There are no Astros in the top spot in the American League All-Star voting from the update earlier this week.

Jose Altuve (515,732) is second among AL second basemen behind the YankeesStarlin Castro (516,268) by only 1,000 votes. Carlos Correa (253,518) is second behind Francisco Lindor (60,238) among AL shortstop.

Brian McCann is third among AL catcher behind the RoyalsSalvador Perez (420,268) and OriolesWelington Castillo (339,902). Yuli Gurriel (182,945) is in the top five at first base behind Miguel Cabrera (326,952), who is in first place among.

Carlos Beltran (175,500) and George Springer (162,087) are in the top 15 among American League outfielders.

There is still plenty of time to vote for the Astros, which you can do so here.