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Stanton moves up to second in All-Star voting

Stanton moves up to second in All-Star voting

Baseball fans corrected a head-scratching oversight in earlier All-Star voting as Giancarlo Stanton was elevated among the leaders in the running for a starting spot for the National League. Stanton, who dropped to fourth among outfielders a week ago, moved up to second in the latest update with 4,824,989 votes. He trails the Nationals' Bryce Harper, who has already received a record 9.2 million votes, surpassing the 7.6 million Buster Posey got in 2012. The Cardinals' Matt Holliday is more than 100,000 votes behind Stanton. The Giants' Nori Aoki, who had squeezed Stanton out of the top three, has slipped to fourth nearly 500,000 votes behind the Marlins' right...