Cano, who entered Tuesday's play with a .293 batting average and team-leading totals in home runs (15) and RBIs (44), was in third place in the voting totals for second base in the AL, trailing division-rival Jose Altuve of the Astros and Omar Infante of the Royals. Cano is a six-time All Star who last made it to the Midsummer Classic in 2014, his first year with the Mariners. He had received 354,415 votes as of Tuesday.
Prior to Tuesday's game, Cruz was hitting .289 with 10 homers and 33 RBIs, so it's no shock that he is fifth in the voting for designated hitters. Cruz, who has garnered 208,953 votes thus far, trails leader David Ortiz of the Red Sox, Kendrys Morales of the Royals, Edwin Encarnacion of the Blue Jays and Victor Martinez of the Tigers.
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