HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - With the second most titles in Major League baseball, it's natural the St. Louis Cardinals will carry a loyal following.
If you produce, the fans got your back and they, along with the entire state of Hawaii could be responsible for sending Kolten Wong to his first career MLB All-Star game.
According to Tuesday's printout, the Hilo native has surged in the National League all-star voting as he gained more than 600,000 in a single week.
He's currently earned nearly 1.2 million votes and trailing only Dee Gordon among NL second basemen.
The Kamehameha-Hawaii alum recently finished the most productive month of his career with 35-hits at a clip of .321 through May.
If he makes it to the July 14 Midsummer Classic, he'd be the fifth Hawaii born player to do so.
Fans can cast a vote at