With just days remaining in voting for the National League All-Star starters, Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier has made things interesting at the hot corner.
Frazier pulled within 63,000 votes of St. Louis' Matt Carpenter for the lead among NL third basemen. Carpenter has 6,252,327 votes compared to 6,189,347 for Frazier.
This year's All-Star Game will take place July 14 in Frazier's home city of Cincinnati.
Nothing has changed at the other NL positions from last week's voting. Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper continues to lead all players with a record 11,363,949 votes. He is followed in outfield voting by the injured Giancarlo Stanton (6,062,318) of the Miami Marlins and the Cardinals' Matt Holiday (5,454,953).
San Francisco's Buster Posey still leads catchers with 7,990,423 votes. St. Louis' Yadier Molina is next with over 6.2 million votes.
Arizona's Paul Goldschmidt has a comfortable lead at first base with over 7.3 million votes. Adrian Gonzalez (3.6 million) and Joey Votto (3.5 million) are next.
Miami's Dee Gordon also holds a nice lead at second base with over 6.3 million votes, compared to 4.7 million from St. Louis' Kolten Wong.
At shortstop, the Cardinals' Jhonny Peralta (7,151,624) also holds a lead of nearly three million votes over San Francisco' Brandon Crawford (4,267,238).