5 Mets receive votes in the second round of all-star voting 

Jun 14, 2024; New York City, New York, USA; New York Mets third baseman Mark Vientos (27) and second baseman Jeff McNeil (1) and shortstop Francisco Lindor (12) and first baseman Pete Alonso (20) celebrate the victory together after the ninth inning against the San Diego Padres at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports
Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

The 94th MLB all-star game will be held this summer at Globe Life Field, and due to league rules, the Mets are guaranteed to have at least one representative. At last year’s all-star game, the blue and orange had two representatives, Pete Alonso and Kodai Senga

On Monday, the second round of voting was revealed. The top ten vote-getters at each position for each league were revealed except for the outfield, where they revealed the top 20.

Here is how the Mets fared after the second round of voting:

Francisco Álvarez

The only member of the Mets making his debut on the ballot is Francisco Álvarez, appearing in 10th place with 135,063 votes.

Álvarez just recently got back from the injured list after being out since late April with a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his thumb that required surgery to repair. The Venezuelan native is slashing .286/.343/.462 across 28 games with three home runs and 16 RBIs

Pete Alonso

For the second round of voting in a row, Alonso was the only Mets player to finish in the top five at his respective position in votes, as the Polar Bear sits in fourth place with 273,369 votes. The 29-year-old is slashing .241/.323/.469 through 76 games with 16 home runs and 42 RBIs.

Francisco Lindor

For the second round in a row, Francisco Lindor is seventh among shortstops with 222,414 votes. Lindor has been on fire lately despite not having the strongest start to the year and is slashing .241/.310/.433 across 76 games this season with 13 home runs and 39 RBIs.

Starling Marte

Starling Marte dropped two spots in the second round of voting and now sits in 18th place amongst outfielders with 275,904 votes. The 35-year-old is slashing .278/.328/.416 across 66 games with seven home runs and 30 RBIs.

Harrison Bader

After finishing the first round of voting in 20th place with 114,002 votes, Harrison Bader has fallen out of the top 20.  Bader is slashing .268/.316/.388 across 67 games with four home runs and 27 RBIs.

J.D. Martinez

J.D. Martinez has been red hot of late but stayed put in seventh place for the designated hitter position with 146,575 votes. Martinez has slashed .290/.359/.511 across 50 games with nine home runs and 32 RBIs.

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