In an updated All-Star Game leaderboard, Will Smith remains in second place among catchers in the National League.
Updated All-Star Game voting leaders pic.twitter.com/uOUItpa4MFJune 20, 2023
Smith’s .293 batting average entering Tuesday is good for 18th in the league with a ninth-best OPS of .917 to go with 10 homers. In the month of June, Smith has hit 2 home runs with a .239/ .434/.413 split entering Tuesday.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 14, 2023
The 28-year-old is almost 500,000 votes behind Braves catcher Sean Murphy with a healthy lead over J.T. Realmuto. Smith has never played in an All-Star game — much to the chagrin of one of his teammates — but was selected to the All MLB Second-Team last season after a .260/.343/.465 performance.
Will Smith hits a two-run home run on his bobblehead night to give the Dodgers a 2-0 lead.— Noah Camras (@noahcamras) June 14, 2023
The best catcher in baseball does best catcher in baseball things yet again.
Vote him for the All-Star game right now.https://t.co/Wys8vM3PRV
“Will Smith hits a two-run home run on his bobblehead night to give the Dodgers a 2-0 lead. The best catcher in baseball does best catcher in baseball things yet again. Vote him for the All-Star game right now.”(Via @noahcamras)
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