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Three Washington Nationals in mix in early results for 2016 MLB All-Star Game voting

Washington Nationals' slugger Bryce Harper leads all outfielders, Daniel Murphy is second among NL second basemen and Wilson Ramos is fifth among all NL catchers in the early returns from the voting for the 2016 MLB All-Star Game.

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Major League Baseball released its first update of the National League voting for the 2016 All-Star Game, which is set to take place on July 12th in San Diego, California's Petco Park.

Three Washington Nationals are on the lists released today with Bryce Harper the top-vote getter among them, leading all outfielders with (838,599 votes thus far).

Nats' second baseman Daniel Murphy, who leads the league in batting average with a .397 AVG on the year thus far, is second among on all NL second baseman on the list with 488,468 votes, behind only the Cubs' Ben Zobrist, who is 244,051 votes ahead at this point as Chicago fans are coming out in force to vote for their Cubbies.

At the moment, the Cubs' infield is lined up to start for the NL with Anthony Rizzo (874,471) leading all first baseman, Addison Russell (544,240) leading all shortstops and Kris Bryant (776,107) leading all third baseman.

Nationals' catcher Wilson Ramos (209,249) is currently fifth in the voting among National League catchers, behind Arizona Diamondbacks' catcher Wellington Castillo (249,159), the Cubs' Miguel Montero (286,494), the San Francisco Giants' Buster Posey (439,239) and St. Louis Cardinals' catcher Yadier Molina (517,825).

As of now, Harper would be joined in the outfield by the Cubs' Dexter Fowler (797,160) and the New York Mets' Yoenis Cespedes (792,395).

The next update on National League voting will come on June 8th.

Here are the current vote totals via @MLB_PR on the Twitter: