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The All-Star finalists will be revealed tonight on MLB Network at 6:00 p.m. ET

All-Star finalists will be revealed tonight on MLB Network at 6PM ET

First stage voting 700 Scotts MLB All-Star voting closes today at noon ET. Now we’re waiting to find out which players will make it to Phase 2 to reach All-Star sponsored by MasterCard Game will be held in Seattle T-Mobile Park in July .
Here’s everything you need to know:
The first stage When will the results be announced?

tonight at 6pm ET. It will be broadcast live on MLB Network.

Can anyone get a spot in the All-Star Game?

Yes. The American League and National League vote leaders will get tickets to Seattle with automatic starting spots. In the last update Tuesday, Angels DH Shohei Ohtani led Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge by about 39, The voting results show that the American League leads overall, and the Warriors Outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. leads Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman by a wide margin 30, Vote for Holland.

How many players advanced to the second stage?
Top two finishers (and top six outfielders) at each position enter Second stage voting. However, if Acuña or Judge win the league vote leader’s spot, only the next four outfielders in that league will advance.

When will Phase 2 start and end?

Voting for phase 2 will take place next week, beginning Monday (June) at noon ET 04) to Thursday noon (June30 ).
2023 Scotts MLB All-Star voting will continue to be available online and mobile only:, all 19 club website, MLB app and MLB Ballpark app. In the second stage, fans can vote once a day, and the daily voting limit will be reset at midnight every day.

Winners will be announced on Thursday, June 29, ESPN Live, 7pm

Is the total number of votes from the first stage carried over?

No. The total number of votes will reset. Take the American League shortstop game, for example. In the last update, the Blue Jays’ Bo Bichette was ahead of the Rangers’ Corey Seager over 700, Vote for number one. However, assuming these two players make it to Day 2, Seager will have a clean finish in their head-to-head duels and a chance to come out on top.

What games are worth watching?
In some positions, a pair of favorites are early in the first stage of voting Separated. However, other competitive races also entered the final stage, with multiple players vying for the final spot in the second stage.

As of Tuesday’s update, what’s the closest fight? AL catcher, barely over 2, Second-placed – Real’s Salvador Perez ahead of Rangers’ third-placed Jonah Heim.
Other closely watched positions announced tonight include AL second baseman (Whitt Merrifield, Jose Altuve), AL outfielder (George Springer, Adorius Garrett) West Asia, Masataka Yoshida), NL first basemen (Matt Olson, Pete Alonso), NL shortstops (Francisco Lindor, Xander Bogatz) and NL outfielders (Juan Soto, Fernando Tatis Jr., Michael Harris II).



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