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Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani still leading the way in All-Star update

The final update of voting in phase one

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The latest All-Star voting update dropped on Monday, and there aren’t really any drastic changes to the results. Mike Trout still is the leading vote-getter among American League outfielders and Shohei Ohtani still leads all Designated Hitters.

As a reminder, the voting is different than in years past. The top three vote-getters at each position will advance to the next stage of voting, with the top nine outfielders advancing. Phase two of voting will feature those players, and the starters will be determined based off who wins that round.

Voting will end for phase one on Thursday, with the results being released on Sunday. Then on Monday, June 28, the next phase of voting will begin and then will wrap up Thursday, July 1.

Here are the latest results:

First base:

Jared Walsh - 6% (4th place)

Second base:

David Fletcher - 6% (5th place)

Third base:

Anthony Rendon - 5% (5th place)

Catcher:

Kurt Suzuki - 6% (4th place)

Outfield:

Mike Trout - 14% (1st place)

Designated Hitter:

Shohei Ohtani - 35% (1st)


You can vote five times per day at MLB.com/vote as well as once a day on Google.