The All-Star voting closed days ago, but it has re-opened, and it is time to select the starters for the 2019 MLB All-Star Game!
The top three vote getters at each position are on the final starters ballot, with the top nine outfielders on there as well. Unlike the first ballot, this one is only open for a short time. You have until Thursday at 4 p.m. ET to vote for your starters.
Also, unlike the regular ballot where you can vote five times a day, you can only vote once during this 28 hour stretch, so make it count!
Two Dodgers make the final cut, with Cody Bellinger and Joc Pederson making up two of the final nine outfield spots in the National League.
How to vote
1) On MLB platforms, including MLB.com, all 30 club websites and the MLB At Bat and MLB Ballpark mobile apps.
2) Via Google Search (in the U.S. and Canada only), fans can most efficiently vote for any player on the ballot by entering a player’s name (for example, “Mike Trout”), taking you directly to that player’s section of the ballot. In addition, fans can go directly to the Google ballot or enter searches such as “MLB All-Star Ballot” or “MLB vote” or “MLB All-Star vote” in the search bar. These searches will trigger a full All-Star ballot within the search results.
The leading vote-getters at each position (top three in each outfield) will start the All-Star Game for their respective leagues.
The winners will be announced on Thursday at 4 p.m. PT on ESPN.
Alright Dodgers fans, time to get out there and vote. Although you shouldn’t need any more initiative to get Cody and Joc to Cleveland, the Dodgers are giving you an opportunity to meet BOTH players, just by voting!
SEND THE GUYS TO CLEVELAND.#VoteCody and #VoteJoc now for a chance to meet the guys & attend batting practice with five of your friends!— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 26, 2019
To enter, send us a screenshot showing you voted on https://t.co/BUAAygchOY and Google, tag five friends & include the hashtag #LAVotesBlue. pic.twitter.com/iQM3LdUWZT