Kris Bryant and Jason Heyward are both on track to represent the Cubs as All-Star Game starters next month.
In the latest voting returns, the MLB announced that Bryant and Heyward are the leading vote-getters at their respective positions.
Bryant, the reigning NL MVP, leads the Rockies' Nolan Arenado by more than 280,000 votes. Bryant is batting .268 with 12 homers and 24 RBIs this season.
Heyward is third among outfielders, trailing MVP favorite Bryce Harper and Colorado's Charlie Blackmon. Nipping at Heyward's heels in the voting is his teammate, Ben Zobrist, who is less than 26,000 votes away from Heyward. Heyward has bounced back in his second season with the Cubs, batting .258 with five homers and 23 RBIs in 42 games.
A handful of other Cubs popped up on the positional leaderboards. Anthony Rizzo slipped to No. 2 at first base behind Ryan Zimmerman, though he trails by a mere 13,000 votes. Willson Contreras (catcher) and Javy Baez (second base) are second at their positions, while Addison Russell is third in votes among shortstops.
Kyle Schwarber's grand slam on Saturday did him some good, as he's moved to No. 6 in the outfield.
Voting for the All-Star Game ends June 29.