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Astros still have 3 starters for the 2017 All-Star Game

An 11-game winning streak is still paying dividends in All-Star voting.

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Houston Astros Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

The Astros have cooled a bit, but All-Star voting remained hot for Houston. The Astros still have three starters for the American League in the 2017 All-Star Game.

In the fourth update of American League All-Star voting, Jose Altuve remains in front for the second baseman. Altuve is leading the vote with 2,185,035, ahead of Starlin Castro at 1,450,472. Altuve widens his lead and is now has the second-most votes among AL Players behind only Aaron Judge (2,631,284).

Shortstop Carlos Correa (1,658,255) remains ahead of the Indians’ Francisco Lindor (1,300,013). George Springer checks in at No.3 among outfielders with 1,176,951 votes. He would start with Aaron Judge and Mike Trout (2,030,074) — assuming Trout can come back in time for the ASG.

Brian McCann remains in the hunt at catcher (1,051,138), second behind leader Salvador Perez (1,453,088).

Evan Gattis (713,918) checks in for designated hitter in fifth place for the third straight week. Yuli Gurriel dropped out of the top five at first base.

Carlos Beltran (834,067) and Josh Reddick (656,317) are both in the top 15 among outfielders. Beltran is at No. 7 and Reddick at No. 11 in week four.

The next update will come on Monday, June 26th.

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