The 2nd Round of MLB All-Star Ballot Results Are Out

Here is a look at the leading vote getters at each league’s position:

AL CATCHERS
1) Gary Sanchez, Yankees — 1,357,340
2) James McCann, White Sox — 580,394
3) Robinson Chirinos, Astros — 487,868
4) Jason Castro, Twins — 444,533
5) Christian Vazquez, Red Sox — 302,686
6) Jonathan Lucroy, Angels — 268,710
7) Roberto Perez, Indians — 176,976
8) Josh Phegley, Athletics — 151,679
9) Mike Zunino, Rays — 128,345
10) Martin Maldonado, Royals — 113,525

NL CATCHERS
1) Willson Contreras, Cubs — 1,555,490
2) Brian McCann, Braves — 725,484
3) Yasmani Grandal, Brewers — 513,412
4) J.T. Realmuto, Phillies — 438,390
5) Yadier Molina, Cardinals — 375,690
6) Austin Barnes, Dodgers — 344,745
7) Tony Wolters, Rockies — 204,641
8) Wilson Ramos, Mets — 167,879
9) Buster Posey, Giants — 146,905
10) Yan Gomes, Nationals — 101,584

AL FIRST BASE
1) Luke Voit, Yankees — 696,164
2) C.J. Cron, Twins — 586,303
3) Carlos Santana, Indians — 560,836
4) Jose Abreu, White Sox — 517,473
5) Yuli Gurriel, Astros — 433,692
6) Albert Pujols, Angels — 384,322
7) Miguel Cabrera, Tigers — 362,659
8) Edwin Encarnacion, Mariners — 205,040
9) Mitch Moreland, Red Sox — 193,609
10) Ji-Man Choi, Rays — 168,723

NL FIRST BASE
1) Josh Bell, Pirates — 1,106,186
2) Freddie Freeman, Braves — 1,022,535
3) Anthony Rizzo, Cubs — 948,047
4) Max Muncy, Dodgers — 446,704
5) Pete Alonso, Mets — 319,256
6) Rhys Hoskins, Phillies — 249,341
7) Paul Goldschmidt, Cardinals — 234,176
8) Jesus Aguilar, Brewers — 188,332
9) Eric Hosmer, Padres — 149,749
10) Daniel Murphy, Rockies — 112,317

AL SECOND BASE
1) Tommy La Stella, Angels — 1,020,912
2) Jose Altuve, Astros — 923,117
3) DJ LeMahieu, Yankees — 739,074
4) Jonathan Schoop, Twins — 362,504
5) Whit Merrifield, Royals — 247,903
6) Brandon Lowe, Rays — 237,277
7) Michael Chavis, Red Sox — 236,526
8) Jason Kipnis, Indians — 137,724
9) Dee Gordon, Mariners — 119,799
10) Yolmer Sanchez, White Sox– 110,786

NL SECOND BASE
1) Ozzie Albies, Braves — 1,011,132
2) Mike Moustakas, Brewers — 966,391
3) Ketel Marte, D-backs — 554,524
4) Enrique Hernandez, Dodgers — 455,704
5) Cesar Hernandez, Phillies — 424,379
6) Daniel Descalso, Cubs — 410,122
7) Robinson Cano, Mets — 179,750
8) Kolten Wong, Cardinals — 163,237
9) Brian Dozier, Nationals — 156,129
10) Ryan McMahon, Rockies — 109,692

AL THIRD BASE
1) Alex Bregman, Astros — 1,322,935
2) Gio Urshela, Yankees — 502,614
3) Hunter Dozier, Royals — 424,028
4) Rafael Devers, Red Sox — 335,635
5) Marwin Gonzalez, Twins — 290,264
6) Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays — 269,492
7) Matt Chapman, Athletics — 267,590
8) Yoan Moncada, White Sox — 262,416
9) David Fletcher, Angels — 192,712
10) Jose Ramirez, Indians — 136,766

NL THIRD BASE
1) Nolan Arenado, Rockies — 1,475,825
2) Kris Bryant, Cubs — 850,758
3) Josh Donaldson, Braves — 550,947
4) Justin Turner, Dodgers — 512,237
5) Anthony Rendon, Nationals — 378,761
6) Manny Machado, Padres — 207,354
7) Eduardo Escobar, D-backs — 185,561
8) Travis Shaw, Brewers — 148,322
9) Maikel Franco, Phillies — 138,948
10) Matt Carpenter, Cardinals — 132,248

AL SHORTSTOP
1) Jorge Polanco, Twins — 818,082
2) Carlos Correa, Astros — 656,995
3) Gleyber Torres, Yankees — 565,728
4) Tim Anderson, White Sox — 510,337
5) Francisco Lindor, Indians — 460,952
6) Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox — 410,134
7) Andrelton Simmons, Angels — 274,181
8) Elvis Andrus, Rangers — 166,275
9) Adalberto Mondesi, Royals — 148,843
10) Willy Adames, Rays – 126,583

NL SHORTSTOP
1) Javier Baez, Cubs — 1,672,062
2) Dansby Swanson, Braves — 764,663
3) Corey Seager, Dodgers — 494,546
4) Trevor Story, Rockies — 457,159
5) Jean Segura, Phillies — 286,287
6) Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres — 246,374
7) Orlando Arcia, Brewers — 233,953
8) Paul DeJong, Cardinals — 195,357
9) Trea Turner, Nationals — 150,392
10) Jose Iglesias, Reds — 134,143

AL OUTFIELD
1) Mike Trout, Angels — 1,904,273
2) George Springer, Astros — 1,495,817
3) Michael Brantley, Astros — 924,173
4) Austin Meadows, Rays — 887,946
5) Mookie Betts, Red Sox — 777,642
6) Eddie Rosario, Twins — 687,515
7) Aaron Judge, Yankees — 577,640
8) Joey Gallo, Rangers — 537,934
9) Josh Reddick, Astros — 511,903
10) Max Kepler, Twins — 435,789
11) Byron Buxton, Twins — 418,287
12) Brett Gardner, Yankees — 259,179
13) Andrew Benintendi, Red Sox — 258,476
14) Jackie Bradley Jr., Red Sox — 234,302
15) Tommy Pham, Rays — 223,250
16) Aaron Hicks, Yankees — 221,578
17) Trey Mancini, Orioles — 206,620
18) Shin-Soo Choo, Rangers — 194,328
19) Kole Calhoun, Angels — 168,971
20) Kevin Kiermaier, Rays — 158,609

NL OUTFIELD
1) Cody Bellinger, Dodgers — 2,184,251
2) Christian Yelich, Brewers — 2,065,382
3) Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves — 1,229,200
4) Albert Almora Jr., Cubs — 645,291
5) Jason Heyward, Cubs — 614,823
6) Nick Markakis, Braves — 614,358
7) Joc Pederson, Dodgers — 598,909
8) Kyle Schwarber, Cubs — 585,997
9) Charlie Blackmon, Rockies — 530,342
10) Bryce Harper, Phillies — 498,100
11) Alex Verdugo, Dodgers — 437,115
12) Ender Inciarte, Braves — 332,134
13) Juan Soto, Nationals — 302,375
14) Lorenzo Cain, Brewers — 282,069
15) Marcell Ozuna, Cardinals — 275,590
16) Melky Cabrera, Pirates — 252,384
17) Scott Kingery, Phillies — 233,131
18) Andrew McCutchen, Phillies — 224,871
19) Ryan Braun, Brewers — 221,172
20) Jeff McNeil, Mets — 205,542

DESIGNATED HITTER
1) J.D. Martinez, Red Sox — 893,689
2) Hunter Pence, Rangers — 602,766
3) Nelson Cruz, Twins — 506,211
4) Shohei Ohtani, Angels — 362,947
5) Aledmys Diaz, Astros — 353,015
6) Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees — 295,326
7) Avisail Garcia, Rays — 282,170
8) Khris Davis, Athletics — 251,191
9) Daniel Vogelbach, Mariners — 237,238
10) Yonder Alonso, White Sox — 147,177

From MLB.com:

Fans may vote in “The Primary” at MLB.com and all 30 club sites, the MLB At Bat and MLB Ballpark apps up to five times in any 24-hour period. Fans in the US and Canada can also vote on Google Search for every position, or up to 17 unique players per day, by searching “MLB Vote” or the names of their favorite players. Primary voting ends at 4 p.m. ET on Friday.

The top three vote-getters at each position (including nine outfielders) per league will move on to “The Starters Election,” which begins at noon ET on Wednesday, June 26. The votes will reset for a 28-hour voting window that ends at 4 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 27. Starters for the 2019 Midsummer Classic will be unveiled on ESPN that night at 7 ET. The pitchers and reserves will be announced on Sunday, June 30, at 5:30 p.m. ET.

Then on Tuesday, July 9, during the 2019 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, fans may visit MLB.com and the 30 club sites to submit their choices for the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet.

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