WATCH: Cubs release hilarious All-Star voting video

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The Chicago Cubs need some help to land some of their stars in the 2018 All-Star game as several of them are in second place in the latest vote tally.

However, the team has a new secret weapon with a new video that will hopefully stir up support and get the vote out for the guys on the North Side.

During the video, reliever Pedro Strop hollers 'Everybody In' and tilts his signs to the left on the street while teammate Carl Edwards Jr. goes door to door asking people for their votes and shows off some dance moves.

Check out the funny video below:


First base: Anthony Rizzo has 248,275 votes and currently 2nd place behind Freddie Freeman who is way ahead at 633,342 votes.

Second Base: Javier Baez is currently second place at 360,307 votes behind another Brave player Ozzie Albies with 398,816 votes.

Third Base: Kris Bryant is currently second place at 305,062 votes way behind Nolan Arenado at 527,683 votes.

Shortstop: Addison Russell has only 210,764 votes which is third place behind Brandon Crawford (466,021) and Dansby Swanson (225,182).

Catcher: Willson Contreras is second in the voting at his position with 259,427 votes behind superstar Buster Posey at 281,331 votes.

Kyle Schwarber is currently 7th in the outfielder voting at 203,299 votes with Ben Zobrist behind him at 8th place (196,837), and Jason Heyward at 10th place with 175,583.

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