Infante is the highest vote-getter for the Marlins, who have made a tremendous surge in the National League East standings. Miami entered Tuesday's play tied with Washington atop the division.
The low-key Infante is more concerned with having offensive consistency than making the All-Star team.
"Yeah, I've had a good season," he said. "I need to bring my numbers up more. If I make it, nice. If I don't, it's no big deal."
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Infante isn't the only Marlin making a case to be an All-Star. Giancarlo Stanton blasted 12 home runs and drove in 30 runs in May to earn NL Player of the Month honors.
Stanton, however, isn't ranked in the top 15 among NL outfielders. Stanton could be a candidate to compete in the Home Run Derby, even if he isn't named to the All-Star team.
"I think Stanton and Infante are playing well," manager Ozzie Guillen said. "I think those two guys should be on the team. But I think everybody on my pitching staff, all my five starters, have been great."
The fans, however, don't vote for pitchers. In many ways, the players voted on have a history of success.
"People most of the time vote for the most popular players," Guillen said. "They got people on the DL and they still are leading in votes. They haven't played one game yet."
Miami shortstop Jose Reyes, a four-time All-Star, ranks fourth at his position with 425,682 votes. Troy Tulowitzki (823,708) is the front-runner, followed by Rafael Furcal (803,254) and Starlin Castro (526,811).
Reyes entered Tuesday night riding a 14-game hitting streak. It hurt the veteran that he had a sluggish April, but he has been getting hot of late.
The Marlins are positioned to garner plenty of votes because Tuesday is the first of a nine-game homestand. Ballots are available throughout Marlins Park, as well as on Marlins.com.