With three days remaining until all-star balloting closes, Bryce Harper is still the top overall vote-getter in baseball and two of his Nationals teammates remain on pace to join him in the National League starting lineup, Major League Baseball announced early Monday afternoon.

Harper has accumulated 3,617,444 votes, just ahead of Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge’s 3,442,597. Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy is third overall and the only other player in the majors with at least 3 million votes. First baseman Ryan Zimmerman is the third Nationals player still in line to start. He holds a lead on the Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo of just more than 127,000 votes.

Each Nationals regular starting position player besides center fielder Michael A. Taylor remains among the leaders at their respective positions. Third baseman Anthony Rendon is fourth, shortstop Trea Turner is fourth, catcher Matt Wieters is fifth, and left fielder Jayson Werth is 14th.

The only change in the National League starting lineup from the previous update is Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna overtaking the Cubs’ Jason Heyward for third place among outfielders.

All potential all-star starters are in the Nationals’ starting lineup for Monday’s series opener against the Cubs. Gio Gonzalez, who is also making a case for a spot on NL all-star team in his home town of Miami, will get the start on the mound.

CUBS (38-37)
Willson Contreras C
Anthony Rizzo 1B
Kris Bryant LF
Ian Happ 2B
Javier Baez SS
Jeimer Candelario 3B
Albert Almora Jr. CF
Eddie Butler RHP
Mark Zagunis RF

Trea Turner SS
Brian Goodwin LF
Bryce Harper RF
Ryan Zimmerman 1B
Daniel Murphy 2B
Anthony Rendon 3B
Matt Wieters C
Michael A. Taylor CF
Gio Gonzalez LHP