2019 MLB All-Star Game Starters Revealed

The 2019 MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland All-Star starters were announced on Thursday night.

CATCHER

  • AL — Gary Sanchez, Yankees (1st ASG start)
  • NL — Willson Contreras, Cubs (2nd ASG start)

FIRST BASE

  • AL — Carlos Santana, Indians (1st ASG start)
  • NL — Freddie Freeman, Braves (2nd ASG start)

SECOND BASE

  • AL — DJ LeMahieu, Yankees (2nd ASG start)
  • NL — Ketel Marte, D-Backs (1st ASG start)

THIRD BASE

  • AL — Alex Bregman, Astros (1st ASG start)
  • NL — Nolan Arenado, Rockies (3rd ASG start)

SHORTSTOP

  • AL — Jorge Polanco, Twins (1st ASG start)
  • NL — Javier Baez, Cubs (2nd ASG start)

OUTFIELD

AMERICAN LEAGUE

  • Mike Trout, Angels (7th ASG start)
  • George Springer, Astros (2nd ASG start)
  • Michael Brantley, Astros (1st ASG start)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

  • Christian Yelich, Brewers (1st ASG start)
  • Cody Bellinger, Dodgers (1st ASG start)
  • Ronald Acuña Jr., Braves (1st ASG start)

Here is a breakdown of voting totals and percentages for all of the Starters Election finalists:

CATCHER
AL
1)  Gary Sánchez  (Yankees): 47.1% — 614,340 votes
2)  James McCann  (White Sox): 33.1% — 431,667
3)  Robinson Chirinos  (Astros): 19.8% — 257,997

NL
1)  Willson Contreras  (Cubs): 44.6% — 640,646 votes
2)  Brian McCann  (Braves): 33.0% — 473,273
3)  Yasmani Grandal (Brewers): 22.4% — 321,385

FIRST BASE
AL

1)  Carlos Santana  (Indians): 49.2% — 667,432 votes
2)  Luke Voit  (Yankees): 25.8% — 350,105
3)  C.J. Cron  (Twins): 25.0% — 338,933

NL
1)  Freddie Freeman  (Braves): 38.5% — 583,712 votes
2)  Josh Bell  (Pirates): 37.4% — 567,143
3)  Anthony Rizzo  (Cubs): 24.2% — 366,817

SECOND BASE
AL
1)  DJ LeMahieu  (Yankees): 38.0% — 512,856 votes
2)  José Altuve  (Astros): 31.5% — 426,009
3)  Tommy La Stella  (Angels): 30.5% — 412,447

NL
1)  Ketel Marte  (D-backs): 39.2% — 549,959 votes
2)  Ozzie Albies (Braves): 34.3% — 480,110
3)  Mike Moustakas  (Brewers): 26.5% — 371,280

THIRD BASE
AL
1)  Alex Bregman  (Astros): 49.1% — 639,672 votes
2)  Hunter Dozier  (Royals): 27.6% — 358,799
3)  Gio Urshela  (Yankees): 23.3% — 303,772

NL
1)  Nolan Arenado  (Rockies): 51.9% — 734,170 votes
2)  Josh Donaldson  (Braves): 25.1% — 355,178
3)  Kris Bryant  (Cubs): 23.0% — 326,036

SHORTSTOP
AL
1)  Jorge Polanco  (Twins): 42.0% — 551,365 votes
2)  Gleyber Torres  (Yankees): 31.2% — 410,034
3)  Carlos Correa  (Astros): 26.8% — 351,588

NL
1)  Javier Báez  (Cubs): 43.3% — 608,409 votes
2)  Trevor Story  (Rockies): 29.3% — 411,138
3)  Dansby Swanson  (Braves): 27.4% — 385,491

OUTFIELD
AL
1 ) Mike Trout  (Angels): 25.5% — 993,857 votes
2)  George Springer  (Astros): 15.7% — 610,751
3)  Michael Brantley  (Astros): 10.8% — 419,792
4)  Aaron Judge  (Yankees): 9.9% — 383,940
5)  Mookie Betts  (Red Sox): 9.1% — 354,318
6) Eddie Rosario  (Twins): 8.9% — 348,176
7)  Joey Gallo  (Rangers): 7.8% — 305,012
8)  Austin Meadows  (Rays): 6.5% — 251,993
9)  Josh Reddick  (Astros): 5.9% — 229,009

NL
1)  Christian Yelich  (Brewers): 22.3% — 930,577 votes
2)  Cody Bellinger  (Dodgers): 21.0% — 875,017
3)  Ronald Acuña Jr.  (Braves): 15.0% — 627,769
4)  Charlie Blackmon  (Rockies): 12.6% — 523,942
5 ) Nick Markakis  (Braves): 8.2% — 342,988
6)  Jason Heyward ( Cubs): 6.5% — 273,039
7)  Kyle Schwarber  (Cubs): 5.3% — 222,931
8)  Albert Almora Jr.  (Cubs): 5.0% — 210,601
9)  Joc Pederson  (Dodgers): 4.0% — 167,645

DESIGNATED HITTER
AL
1)  Hunter Pence  (Rangers): 46.7% — 607,126 votes
2)  J.D. Martinez  (Red Sox): 31.2% — 405,834
3)  Nelson Cruz  (Twins): 22.0% — 286,293

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