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Lindor, Santana Make Gains In All Star Voting

Major League Baseball released updates on 2019 All-Star Voting for the American League.

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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