Brantley moves into top 10 of All-Star voting

Michael Brantley will be smiling even more if he continues to rise in All-Star voting.

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A week after being snubbed, Indians outfielder Michael Brantley is making some headway in American League All-Star voting.

Major League Baseball released its second edition of results Monday afternoon and Brantly comes in at ninth among A.L. outfielders.

In the first released results, Brantley failed to reach the top ten but is now within 300,000 votes of third place Melky Cabrera and a starting spot in the game at Target Field in Minnesota.

Brantley’s stats certainly back up his candidacy, as we described last week.

To continue to vote for Brantley and other Indians, go to MLB.com or grab a ballot at the ballpark.