With four days left in The Primaries for 2019 MLB All-Star Game voting, the Yankees are still represented very well.
Gary Sanchez and Luke Voit are sitting in first for their respective positions. Sanchez is a lock for the final catcher vote with 1,357,340 votes, and James McCann -- his closest competition -- second with 580,394 votes. Voit is at the top with 696,164 votes compared to C.J. Cron's 586,303 votes in second place.
Just like the last update, Gio Urshela and DJ LeMahieu are also at the top of the list. Urshela, who many would view as a surprising vote, is second in third base voting behind Alex Bregman. The Astros' third baseman is well in the lead with 1.3 million votes compared to Urshela's 502,614 votes.
LeMahieu is sitting in third with 739,074 votes behind Tommy La Stella and Jose Altuve for second base votes. Gleyber Torres is once again in third, but Tim Anderson is right behind him in fourth (565,728 compared to 510,377 votes).
Aaron Judge is currently the only Yankee that would make the final vote, sitting in seventh with 577,640 votes. Brett Gardner (12th) and Aaron Hicks (16th) are also on the list.
When The Primaries finish at the end of the week, the top three vote-getters for each position will enter the final vote. The outfield is the only exception, with the top nine vote-getters moving onto the final vote.