PITTSBURGH -- In-ballpark voting for the 2014 All-Star Game wraps up at PNC Park on Thursday afternoon, when the Pirates conclude a brief three-game homestand against the Reds.
It will be the last opportunity for fans to punch out holes in paper ballots for outfielder Andrew McCutchen and second baseman Neil Walker, both currently running second at their positions -- although that puts McCutchen in position to start next month's MidSummer Classic at Minnesota's Target Field.
Once the in-ballpark polls close, fans can continue to vote at MLB.com, including all 30 club sites, through July 3.
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