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Curtis Granderson: .136/.252/.216, 1 HR, 7 RBI
Juan Lagares: .314//345/.471, 1 HR, 7 RBI
Chris Young: .205/.262/.410, 2 HR, 6 RBI
Main NL Competitors: Charlie Blackmon (COL), Ryan Braun (MIL), Carlos Gomez (MIL), Carlos Gonzalez (COL), Matt Holliday (STL), Andrew McCutchen (PIT), Michael Morse (SF), Yasiel Puig (LAD), Giancarlo Stanton (MIA), Justin Upton (ATL)
Being that there are not separate left field, center field and right field categories for All-Star balloting, all the Mets outfielders will be included here. None of the Mets outfielders are particularly deserving of being All-Stars right now.
Curtis Granderson has gotten off to a very poor start. He may get some popularity votes, but they will not be enough to start in the NL outfield.
Juan Lagares is off to a nice start to his season, but he has only played in 13 games due to an injury that forced him to go on the disabled list.
As for Chris Young, he had a disabled list stint of his own and has only been in 12 games thus far.
And then there is Eric Young Jr. (.215/.315/.269, 0 HR, 4 RBI, 12 SB), who is not on the ballot. He has played in 24 games out of 26 so far. Despite all the steals, he would not be too deserving of becoming an All-Star himself.
There are quite a few outfielders, such as Carlos Gomez, Carlos Gonzalez, Matt Holliday, Andrew McCutchen, Giancarlo Stanton and Justin Upton, who will most likely get a lot of popularity votes from fans, while other players like Charlie Blackmon and Michael Morse should get quite a few votes as well due to the great seasons they are having.
The Mets' group of outfielders don't really seem to be in the mix here.
Current Chance of Becoming an All-Star:
Curtis Granderson - 20 percent
Juan Lagares - 15 percent
Chris Young - 5 percent