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Rafael Devers leading Red Sox in All-Star voting in Update #1

Xander is close

Detroit Tigers v Boston Red Sox Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images

MLB has released the first update on fan All-Star Game voting and the results are good for Rafael Devers. The third baseman leads all AL hot corner players with 727,669 votes - a small lead over the Cleveland Guardians’ José Ramírez at 711,367. While it’s too early to guarantee anything, Devers is well on his way to a second straight All-Star Game appearance.

Xander Bogaerts, a three-time All-Star, is possibly close to snagging a spot in the starting lineup himself. Trailing Bo Bichette of the Toronto Blue Jays (585,744) and Tim Anderson of the Chicago White Sox (528,278), Bogaerts (525,202) is just a bit on the outside. Clearly the voters are split among the top three and it’s possible a late surge could carry Xander to Los Angeles.

No other Red Sox are really in contention. J.D. Martinez is a distant third in the DH voting and Trevor Story’s slow start may have hurt him against Jose Altuve, among others, who started their seasons faster out of the gate.

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