On Tuesday, we took a look at the first update on the American League All-Star Game fan vote, and on Wednesday it was the National League's turn. Here's a look at where things stand in the senior circuit at this still early hour ...


As you can see, the Cubs presently have locked down five of the eight starting slots, including first baseman Anthony Rizzo and his NL-leading vote tally. As well, the Cubs are within spitting distance in the outfield and at catcher. This is all as you would expect from a popular team that's played .700 ball thus far. Elsewhere, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is angling for his eighth straight All-Star appearance.

The 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot -- available exclusively via MLB.com, team sites and mobile devices -- will be accessible through June 30, at which point this phase of the voting will end. The 2016 All-Star Game is scheduled for July 12 in San Diego's Petco Park.