The Yankees were knocked down a peg in the latest All-Star Game balloting update, with Gary Sanchez no longer leading for catchers.
Sanchez, whose slump has knocked his triple slash down to .194/.294/.440, has been overtaken by Wilson Ramos of the Rays, who is leading by roughly 60,000 votes.
The one Yankee who seems like a lock is Aaron Judge, who is third in outfield voting (with the top three vote-getters getting selected). Judge leads fourth-pace Michael Brantley by roughly a half million votes.
At second base, phenom Gleyber Torres (534,758) is second to Jose Altuve of the Astros (1,572,101), who is the overall vote leader.
Rookie Miguel Andujar (509,188) is second to Jose Ramirez (893,530) of the Indians.
At shortstop, Didi Gregorius is fourth. For the DH, Giancarlo Stanton is second.
The All-Star Game will take place on July 17 in Washington, D.C.