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Slam-Dunk All-Star: Yadier Molina
Molina is in a battle with Giants catcher Buster Posey not only for the starting All-Star nod, but also for the most votes in the National League.
He trails Posey by just 63,000 votes, and it's likely it will be close race to the end.
Molina is hitting a National League-leading .352 with four home runs and 36 RBI.
Slam-Dunk All-Star: Carlos Beltran
Beltran surged ahead of both Justin Upton and Bryce Harper in the latest round of voting. Beltran is hitting .306 with 16 home runs and 44 RBI and continues to be a main part of a stacked Cardinals offense.
Other Cardinals Stars Deserving of All-Star Selection
There's no question that Mujica is worthy of his first-ever All-Star selection. Ever since he took over as closer, Mujica has been magical, posting 19 saves with a 1.82 ERA. His efforts have had a lot to do with the Cardinals bullpen stabilizing after a rocky start.
Will Mujica be Selected? Yes
Wainwright became the majors' first 10-game winner last week and is certainly in the conversation to be the National League starting pitcher.
He's obviously fully recovered from Tommy John surgery, and his 2.18 ERA and stratospheric 10.8 K/BB rate shows that Wainwright can command any pitch he throws at just about any time.
Will Wainwright be Selected? Yes, absolutely.
With a .313 average, six home runs and 51 RBI, Craig has established himself as a big-time run producer in the Cardinals lineup.
Will Craig be Selected? No. Craig is worthy, but with so much talent at first base in front of him, he'll be spending his All-Star break in rest and repose.
Currently in third place in fan voting, Carpenter has clearly endeared himself to a fanbase that quickly picked up on his skill and tremendous talent. Carpenter is now hitting .320, good for fifth in the National League.
Will Carpenter be Selected? Yes, especially if Marco Scutaro's finger injury keeps him at home.
With a 7-4 record and 2.21 ERA, Miller is easily a contender for National League Rookie of the Year honors. He's also a contender for a spot on the All-Star team.
Will Miller be Selected? I believe he will, especially if he can continue his forward progression.
Another member of the Cardinals rotation who can't be overlooked, Lynn is 9-1 with a 3.56 ERA. While not as dominant as Wainwright or Miller, Lynn is now 26-6 as a starter over the past one-plus seasons. That's pretty dominant in itself.
Will Lynn be Selected? It could be a question of either/or between Miller and Lynn. The next two weeks could decide who goes and who is left out.