Robinson Cano leading American League second basemen in All-Star Game vote

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Yankees hitter Robinson Cano strikes out during the fourth inning against the Texas Rangers. (June 27, 2013) (Credit: Newsday J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

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Robinson Cano leads his position by more than a million votes and is the sixth-highest vote getter in the latest totals from the All-Star Game fan vote.

The fan vote selects the starters for the game, and though Ichiro Suzuki -- 15th in outfield voting -- is the only other Yankees among the listed totals, it's possible other Yankee position players could make the game based on manager selections and a final fan vote.

Miguel Cabrera, who won the 2012 AL MVP and Triple Crown, is leading all vote-getters with 5,844,165 votes. Orioles slugger Chris Davis, who already has 31 home runs, is second with 5,468,703.

Most of the AL races aren't close, with only the third outfielder up for grabs. Toronto's Jose Bautista leads Baltimore's Nick Markakis by less than 150,000 votes.

Voting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m.

Here are the current totals:

CATCHER

Joe Mauer, Twins: 3,869,330

Matt Wieters, Orioles: 2,677,959

A.J. Pierzynski, Rangers: 1,441,827

Carlos Santana, Indians: 1,285,650

Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Red Sox: 1,256,505

FIRST BASE

Chris Davis, Orioles: 5,468,703

Prince Fielder, Tigers: 3,280,681

Albert Pujols, Angels: 1,140,420

Mike Napoli, Red Sox: 1,123,281

Mitch Moreland, Rangers: 1,007,675

SECOND BASE

Robinson Cano, Yankees: 3,974,322

Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox: 2,838,129

Ian Kinsler, Rangers: 1,767,806

Omar Infante, Tigers: 1,554,514

Jose Altuve, Astros: 1,227,462

THIRD BASE

Miguel Cabrera, Tigers: 5,844,165

Manny Machado, Orioles: 2,752,627

Adrian Beltre, Rangers: 1,792,809

Evan Longoria, Rays: 1,528,877

Josh Donaldson, Athletics: 827,381

SHORTSTOP

J.J. Hardy, Orioles: 3,509,180

Jhonny Peralta, Tigers: 2,505,348

Elvis Andrus, Rangers: 2,122,770

Jed Lowrie, Athletics: 1,491,376

Jose Reyes, Blue Jays: 1,091,707

DESIGNATED HITTER

David Ortiz, Red Sox: 4,398,197

Lance Berkman, Rangers: 2,004,388

Edwin Encarnacion, Blue Jays: 1,688,099

Victor Martinez, Tigers: 1,257,577

Mark Trumbo, Angels: 1,190,709

OUTFIELD

Mike Trout, Angels: 4,822,983

Adam Jones, Orioles: 4,766,256

Jose Bautista, Blue Jays: 2,679,230

Nick Markakis, Orioles: 2,536,864

Torii Hunter, Tigers: 2,390,336

Nelson Cruz, Rangers: 2,258,797

Nate McLouth, Orioles: 2,169,772

Jacoby Ellsbury, Red Sox: 1,751,022

Yoenis Cespedes, Athletics: 1,556,700

Coco Crisp, Athletics: 1,421,277

Alex Gordon, Royals: 1,416,887

Austin Jackson, Tigers: 1,306,330

Josh Hamilton, Angels: 1,138,518

Shane Victorino, Red Sox: 1,059,429

Ichiro Suzuki, Yankees: 1,003,198

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