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Gazette Premium Content Troy Tulowitzki takes over MLB lead in All-Star votes, Charlie Blackmon falls back

By Nick Groke, The Denver Post Updated: June 3, 2014 at 12:59 pm
By Nick Groke, The Denver Post Updated: June 3, 2014 at 12:59 pm • Published: June 3, 2014

Troy Tulowitzki went from leading the National League to leading all of baseball in the second round of voting for baseball’s All-Star Game. Tulowitzki, the Colorado Rockies shortstop, is now the top vote-getter in MLB after the updated tallies were released Monday. His 1,419,718 votes are...

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Troy Tulowitzki went from leading the National League to leading all of baseball in the second round of voting for baseball’s All-Star Game.

Tulowitzki, the Colorado Rockies shortstop, is now the top vote-getter in MLB after the updated tallies were released Monday. His 1,419,718 votes are more than the American League’s top player, Angels outfielder Mike Trout (1,361,649). Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina (1,210,579) is the second-highest in the NL.

Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon, who led all NL outfielders after the first-round of voting, fell to second place with 883,186 votes. He trails the Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig (935,276), who comes to Denver for a three-game series starting Friday.

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