The 2022 MLB All-Star Game, which will be held in Los Angeles on July 19, already has the first ballot of its votes to choose the players who will represent both the American League and the National League.
Remember that the first round of voting, which ends on June 30, will serve to choose the players who will start the event. The second phase of the elections will aim to determine the players who will be reserves.
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Everything seems to indicate that Aaron Judge will surpass all of his personal bests in the current MLB season. His 25 home runs and 50 RBIs, top MLB figures, have been recognized by the public and he has earned the top rated position so far.
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The New York Yankees outfielder accumulates 1,512,368 votes to become the starting outfielder of the youth circuit. His closest pursuer, Mookie Betts, has 1,446,050.
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– Yankees Baseball (anYankees_Beisbol) June 15, 2022
First base: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays: 947,045 votes
Second base: José Altuve, Astros, 710,708 votes
Third base: Rafael Devers, Red Sox, 727,669 votes
short field— Bo Bichette, Blue Jays, 585,744 votes
Gardener: Aaron Judge, Yankees, 1,512,368 votes
Gardener: Mike Trout, Anjos, 1,295,854 votes
Gardener: George Springer, Blue Jays, 622,063 votes
receiver: Alejandro Kirk, Blue Jays, 1,057,008 votes
Designated hitter: Yordan Alvarez, Astros, 835,669 votes
First base: Paul Goldschmidt, Cardinals. 930,441 votes
Second base: Jazz Chisholm Jr., Marlins, 634,762 votes
Third base: Manny Machado, Pais, 969,582 votes
Short field: Trea Turner, Dodgers, 811,839 votes
Gardener: Mookie Betts, Dodgers, 1,446,050 votes
Gardener: Ronald Acuna Jr., Braavos, 1,398,563 votes
Gardener: Joc Pederson, Giants, 630,584 votes
receiver: Willson Contreras, Cubs: 801,630 votes
Designated hitter: Bryce Harper, Phillies, 1,059,433 votes