Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo

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No Cubs In Line To Start All-Star Game

Four Cubs are second at their respective positions in All-Star Game voting.

June 18, 2018 - 4:53 pm

(670 The Score) After the second return on voting, no Cubs player is in line to start the All-Star Game.

First baseman Anthony Rizzo, second baseman Javier Baez, third baseman Kris Bryant and catcher Willson Contreras are all second at their respective positions. Starting spots for position players are decided by the fan voting.

Contreras has the best chance to rally in the fan voting, as his 596,111 votes trailing Giants catcher Buster Posey by about 90,000 votes.

The Braves' Freddie Freeman is running away with the race at first base, with a National League-high 1.43 million votes. Rizzo has 566,382 votes.

Baez trails Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies by about 148,000 votes. Bryant trails Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado by more htan 447,000 votes.

The Cubs' Jason Heyward, Kyle Schwarber and Ben Zobrist were seventh, eighth and ninth among outfielders in the NL voting. Addison Russell was third at shortstop, where the Giants' Brandon Crawford is running away with the voting.

The All-Star Game is in Washington D.C. on July 17.