In the first round of results for the
Gonzalez is a four-time All-Star, but hasn’t earned the honor since 2011 with the
Gonzalez, who is among the N.L. leaders in most offensive categories, is the only Dodger to lead the voting at his position. The
The last Dodger named as a starting All-Star first baseman was
Rookie Joc Pederson, tied for fourth in the N.L. with 12 home runs, is running sixth among outfielders. Howie Kendrick, in his first season in the National League, is third at second base with 385,427 votes, though well behind leader and ex-Dodger Dee Gordon's 934,249 total, which even tops Gonzalez.
Gordon even has more votes than his Miami teammate Giancarlo Stanton, who is third in the outfield with 746,926.
The only other Dodger even listed in the early results is Yasiel Puig, who is 12th among outfielders (322,756) despite appearing in only 11 games because of a hamstring injury.