Michael Saunders, Brandon Belt win MLB's All-Star Final Vote
They each beat a field of four others in their respective leagues
Voting was conducted the past several days online, via text and via Twitter by Major League Baseball.
The final voting order in the AL:
Saunders, 29, makes his first All-Star team. He's hitting .298/.372/.559 (145 OPS+) with 25 doubles, 16 homers and 41 RBI for the Blue Jays.
In the NL:
Belt, 28, also makes his first-ever All-Star team. He's hitting .300/.399/.519 with 10 homers, 46 RBI and an NL-best 27 doubles for the Giants, who sport the best record in baseball.
As for those who weren't chosen, there's still a chance. Six of the 10 Final Vote guys ended up in Cincinnati last year anyway.
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