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All-Star voting update: Will Brewers' stars Make it?

Braun slides into home.
Braun slides into home.
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The 2014 MLB All-Star Game isn't until July 15, but voting for the game is heating up. Milwaukee Brewers fans hope their team will be well-represented in the game.

Fans nationwide have been voting in big numbers hoping to get their favorite players into the game, and so have Brewers' fans.

With catcher Jonathan Lucroy having such a great season, it'd be a shame for him to make the All Star game. As of Monday, Lucroy is trailing Yadier Molina for first place in voting. Monday's numbers showed Lucroy had about 1.9 million votes and Molina had 2.6 million.

In the outfield, Carlos Gomez comes in third for voting with about 2.4 million votes, Braun is in fifth with about 1.97 million votes. Braun's recent performance enhancing drug scandal could be preventing some of the out-of-town voters. If voting stays as is, Gomez would start and Braun would be an alternate.

Despite platooning at second base all season, Rickie Weeks comes in fourth in voting for the position. He likely won't surpass Chase Utley (1st), Neil Walker (2nd) and Dee Gordon (3rd).

At third base, Aramis Ramirez just passed up David Wright for first place for the position. Ramirez has 1,279,902 votes as of Monday and Wright has 1,260,895 votes.

At shortstop, Brewers' Jean Segura is coming in second for voting. He trails Troy Tulowitzki by over two million votes.

It looks like voting in the next couple of weeks will get closer. Brewers fans will have to hope they can get Lucroy past Molina and Braun into the top three. Stay tuned!