Acuña has drawn more votes than any other National League player and both Albies and Freeman drew strong support from voters during the first phase of the balloting. The top three vote-getters at each position advanced to the second phase of voting. You can vote NOW up until Thursday at 2 p.m. ET. The All-Star starters will be announced on Thursday at 9 p.m. on ESPN. Pitchers and reserves will be revealed on July 4 at 5:30 p.m. on ESPN. The All-Star Game is July 13 on FOX.
All of the votes from the first phase of balloting will be erased before the start of the second phase. Fans can vote at mlb.com/vote -- or on Google by searching "MLB All-Star vote" or "Vote" along with a player's name. You can vote daily on both platforms, including once per day on MLB.com.
Acuña, Nick Castellanos and Jesse Winker ranked as the top three NL outfielders during the first phase of balloting. Mookie Betts, Chris Taylor, Juan Soto, Bryce Harper, Joc Pederson and Mike Yastrzemski are the other outfield finalists.
Albies, the Pirates’ Adam Frazier and the Dodgers’ Gavin Lux are the finalists at the second base position. Albies is bidding for a second All-Star spot and his first starting assignment.
Freeman ranked second to the Dodgers’ Max Muncy in the first phase of balloting for NL first basemen. The other finalist at this position is the Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo.