MLB announces 2021 All-Star starters

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Major League Baseball announced the 2021 All-Star starters Thursday as voted on by fans.

For the second time, the starters were elected through a two-phase election. After a primary vote, fans chose the starters from a final group of three players at each infield position and a group of the top nine outfielders.

Pitchers and reserves for each league will be announced Sunday. The 91st MLB All-Star Game will take place July 13 at Coors Field in Denver.

American League

Catcher

Player Vote
Salvador Perez 62%
Martin Maldonado 20%
Yasmani Grandal 18%

First base

Player Vote
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 75%
Yuli Gurriel 15%
Jose Abreu 10%

Second base

Player Vote
Marcus Semien 54%
Jose Altuve 32%
DJ LeMahieu 14%

Third base

Player Vote
Rafael Devers 61%
Alex Bregman 22%
Yoan Moncada 16%

Shortstop

Player Vote
Xander Bogaerts 42%
Bo Bichette 37%
Carlos Correa 21%

Outfield

Player Vote
Mike Trout* 19%
Aaron Judge 13%
Teoscar Hernandez 12%
Byron Buxton 12%
Michael Brantley 10%

*Trout is injured and will not play in the game.

Designated Hitter

Player Vote
Shohei Ohtani 63%
J.D. Martinez 20%
Yordan Alvarez 17%

National League

Catcher

Player Vote
Buster Posey 58%
Yadier Molina 25%
Willson Contreras 18%

First base

Player Vote
Freddie Freeman 48%
Max Muncy 34%
Anthony Rizzo 18%

Second base

Player Vote
Adam Frazier 47%
Ozzie Albies 33%
Gavin Lux 20%

Third base

Player Vote
Nolan Arenado 40%
Justin Turner 34%
Kris Bryant 26%

Shortstop

Player Vote
Fernando Tatis Jr. 64%
Javier Baez 19%
Brandon Crawford 17%

Outfield

Player Vote
Ronald Acuna Jr. 21%
Nick Castellanos 18%
Jesse Winker 16%
Mookie Betts 13%
Chris Taylor 7%
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