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MLB All-Star Voting Results 2018: Full Selections, Starters, Snubs and Voting

Jose Altuve of a Astros was a heading vote-getter in this year’s All-Star Game.David J. Phillip/Associated Press

Jose Altuve, Mookie Betts, Mike Trout and Aaron Judge will try to lead a American League to a series-altering feat over a National League when a dual sides accommodate Jul 17 during Nationals Park in Washington D.C.

The dual leagues are tied 43-43-2 in a all-time All-Star series, as a American League has won a final 5 games and has been surging given 1988. The American League has battled behind from a outrageous necessity and is in a position to take a lead in a array for a initial time given 1963.

Starters from both leagues and a finish rosters were announced Sunday, and a National League will opposite with Freddie Freeman, Nolan Arenado and Nick Markakis to mangle a AL streak. Freeman led a National League with some-more than 4,000,000 votes.

The Braves and a Chicago Cubs both have dual starters in a All-Star Game. Catcher Willson Contreras and second baseman Javier Baez will paint a Cubs, and both are creation their initial coming in a All-Star Game. Both are intensely gifted players who have a possibility to be unchanging performers in a Midsummer Classic in destiny seasons

Other NL starters embody shortstop Brandon Crawford of a San Francisco Giants and outfielder Matt Kemp of a Los Angeles Dodgers. Arenado will start during third bottom for a Senior Circuit.

The Red Sox have dual starters to lead a American League. In further to a five-tool dilettante in Betts, designated hitter J.D. Martinez impressed a margin during that spot, as he leads a vital leagues in home runs and RBI.

Wilson Ramos will start behind a image as he represents a Tampa Bay Rays, and Jose Abreu represents a Chicago White Sox during initial base.

Altuve led all of Major League Baseball with 4.8 million votes and will start during second base.

He told ESPN’s All-Star Selection Show that he felt respected to be a game’s heading vote-getter. “It means so many to have such a good honor,” Altuve said.

Manny Machado will start in a All-Star Game during shortstop, and that’s a initial time he’s done it during that position after years of success during third base. While he is approaching to be traded before a trade deadline, he still represents a Baltimore Orioles.

Jose Ramirez of a Cleveland Indians will start during third base, while a Los Angeles Angels’ Trout and a Yankees’ Judge will join Betts in a outfield.

Max Scherzer of a Nationals, Jon Lester of a Cubs and Jacob deGrom of a New York Mets are a tip possibilities to get a start on a pile for a Senior Circuit, and Scherzer pronounced on a ESPN promote that he will not impute to a scouting news as he faces a absolute AL lineup.

“It’s going to be my strength opposite their strength, and I’m going to let it fly,” Scherzer said. “I am going to be pumped adult for this game, pitching in front of my hometown fans.”

The American League is installed with glorious pitching as well, and it seems expected Corey Kluber of a Indians, Chris Sale of a Red Sox or Luis Severino of a Yankees will get a start. If a American League can get a lead in a late going, Astros manager A.J. Hinch can tighten with a develop by giving a round to Edwin Diaz of a Seattle Mariners, Craig Kimbrel of a Red Sox and Aroldis Chapman of a Yankees.

Catcher Buster Posey of a Giants, initial baseman Joey Votto of a Cincinnati Reds and second baseman Ozzie Albies of a Braves lead a National League reserves, while shortstop Francisco Lindor of a Indians, outfielder George Springer of a Astros and rookie second baseman Gleyber Torres of a Yankees lead a American League reserves.

While many players who get named to a All-Star Game are anxious to get a possibility to play, there are snubs each year. Among a tip snubs embody Max Muncy (20 home runs and 38 runs batted in) of a Dodgers and Jesus Aguilar of a Milwaukee Brewers (22 HR, 63 RBI) for a National League along with Jean Segura (.330 batting average, 47 RBI) of a Mariners and Andrelton Simmons of a Los Angeles Angels (.312 BA, 39 RBI).

All 4 of those players are final opinion candidates. Fans are authorised to opinion for a final All-Star named to both a American and National Leagues.

Here’s a demeanour during a full rosters for both teams:


National League


C, Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs
1B, Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves
2B, Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
3B, Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies
SS, Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants
OF, Nick Markakis, Atlanta Braves
OF, Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers
OF, Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals



SP, Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals
SP, Jacob deGrom, New York Mets
SP, Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies
SP, Mike Foltynewicz, Atlanta Braves
SP, Miles Mikolas, St. Louis Cardinals
SP, Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs
SP, Patrick Corbin, Arizona Diamondbacks
RP, Kenley Jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers
RP, Sean Doolittle, Washington Nationals
RP, Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers
RP, Brad Hand, San Diego Padres
RP, Felipe Vazquez, Pittsburgh Pirates



C, Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
C, J.T. Realmuto, Miami Marlins
1B, Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
1B, Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
2B, Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves
2B, Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds
3B, Eugenio Suarez, Cincinnati Reds
SS, Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies
OF, Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers
OF, Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers
OF, Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies


American League


C, Wilson Ramos, Tampa Bay Rays
1B, Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox
2B, Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
3B, Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians
SS, Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles
OF, Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox
OF, Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
OF, Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
DH, J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox



SP, Luis Severino, New York Yankees
SP, Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians
SP, Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox
SP, Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians
SP, Justin Verlander*, Houston Astros
SP, Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros
SP, J.A. Happ, Toronto Blue Jays
SP, Jose Berrios, Minnesota Twins
RP, Aroldis Chapman, New York Yankees
RP, Edwin Diaz, Seattle Mariners
RP, Joe Jimenez, Detroit Tigers
RP, Blake Treinen, Oakland A’s
RP, Craig Kimbrel, Boston Red Sox
*Verlander dead for game



C, Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals
1B, Mitch Moreland, Boston Red Sox
2B, Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees
3B, Alex Bregman, Houston Astros
SS, Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians
OF, Shin-Soo Choo, Texas Rangers
OF, Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians
OF, Mitch Haniger, Seattle Mariners
OF, George Springer, Houston Astros
DH, Nelson Cruz, Seattle Mariners

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