On Tuesday, Major League Baseball released the second update to American League All-Star fan voting. Here's a look at who could be starting the July 11 exhibition:
Here's the second update on the AL All-Star fan voting. Aaron Judge overtakes Mike Trout for overall AL lead: pic.twitter.com/SmsmTdIMPa— CBS Sports MLB (@CBSSportsMLB) June 6, 2017
The biggest change? New York Yankees outfielder overtaking the injured Mike Trout as the leading vote getter. Judge continues to be the top dog in the AL Rookie of the Year Award race, and frankly could be the frontrunner for the Most Valuable Player Award, too. He's having a phenomenal season, entering Tuesday hitting .324/.429/.681.
Elsewhere, Jose Altuve has leapfrogged Starlin Castro at second base; Miguel Sano has taken his rightful place at the top of the third-base voting; and Michael Brantley has edged past Mookie Betts in the outfield. Keep an eye on those races as the next update will be released next Tuesday.
Interesting in casting your own vote? Here is the ballot. You can vote up to five times every 24 hours, up to a total of 35 ballots. Voting ends June 29, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET.