Beyond Lindor, Cleveland's All-Star options this year include first baseman Mike Napoli, second baseman Jason Kipnis, third baseman Juan Uribe, catcher Yan Gomes, designated hitter Carlos Santana and outfielders Michael Brantley, Rajai Davis and Tyler Naquin.
Kipnis -- a two-time All-Star -- was Cleveland's lone representative at the All-Star Game last year and is off to a strong start this season for the Indians, too. Brantley (an All-Star in 2014) will have an uphill battle in balloting, considering he has started the season on the disabled list while rehabbing a right shoulder injury. Lindor and Gomes are worthy of consideration at their respective positions, while Napoli and Davis have enjoyed solid showings out of the gate for the Tribe, too.
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The other side: In the National League, it's hard not to be impressed by what Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler has done so far. Heading into Sunday's action, Fowler was second to only Washington's Bryce Harper in OPS in the Senior Circuit.
Tip of the cap: Outfielder Colby Rasmus has opened some eyes with his strong start for the Astros. He's currently near the top of the AL charts in a variety of offensive categories, including home runs, RBIs, and both on-base and slugging percentage.
A rising star: Keep an eye on outfielder Christian Yelich of the Marlins. He does not have the household name recognition yet, but the .396/.529/.585 slash line he carried into Sunday was eye-popping. Yelich has been a doubles machine and currently has more walks than strikeouts for Miami.
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