We're one month away from the 2019 MLB All-Star Game at Progressive Field in Cleveland, and the primary voting leaderboard has been released for the National League.
Unfortunately, though, the Mets don't have many representatives toward the top.
The highest vote-getter for New York is rookie Pete Alonso, who is only fifth among first basemen with 157,347 votes. The leader -- Pirates 1B Josh Bell -- is up by a solid margin at 621,915 votes.
Other than Alonso, Wilson Ramos (78,957 votes) is ninth among catchers, and Robinson Cano (100,473 votes) is seventh for second basemen. Jeff McNeil is also on the outfield list, but way down at 18th with 96,632 votes.
There is lots of time left to vote, so the Mets can still rise up the ballot. However, it'll be up to Mets fans to make that happen.