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Segura third in All-Star votingSubmitted: 06/24/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas

MILWAUKEE - If you're a Jean Segura fan, you need to get your votes in for the All- Star game.

The shortstop remains third in the balloting in the latest fan poll for the NL all-star team.

Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki is leading, but is out with a broken rib. San Francisco's Brandon Crawford is in second, but Segura is not far behind.

Segura is having better season than Crawford. He leads the NL with 99 hits and 8 triples. He is batting .336 with 23 stolen bases, 11 home runs and 31 RBI.


Ryan Braun slipped to 5th in outfield balloting and Carlos
Gomez is 11th.

The All-Star game is next month in New York.

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