There is a shakeup at first base in the latest NL All-Star voting update

On Monday, MLB released the second update on the National League All-Star fan vote. Here's a quick look at the current races for starting nods in Miami on July 11 ... 

The big change is that Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman has overtaken Cubs first sacker Anthony Rizzo in the fan vote. Zimmerman, who trailed the position by nearly 94,000 votes last week, now leads Rizzo by roughly 13,000 votes. However, it's close, and it's still early in the process. While Rizzo's been productive in 2017, Zimmerman's out-hitting him by a large margin. 

Elsewhere, it's looking like a tight, three-headed race at shortstop among Corey Seager, Zack Cozart, and Addison Russell. Bryce Harper remains the top vote-getter in the NL, although teammate Daniel Murphy is also over a million votes. The race for that third NL outfield spot could also be one to watch and may present the Marlins' the best chance of getting a hometown starter in Giancarlo Stanton. 

Interesting in casting your own vote? Here is the ballot. You can vote up to five times every 24 hours, up to a total of 35 ballots. Voting ends June 29, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

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