Major League Baseball announced its All-Star finalists Thursday after the completion of the first phase of voting.

New York Yankees superstar Aaron Judge received a majors-leading 3,762,498 votes, while Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. led the National League with 3,503,188 votes. As the leading vote-getters in their leagues, Judge and Acuna automatically receive starting spots in the 2022 All-Star Game on July 19 at Dodger Stadium.

There are two finalists at each position, except in the outfield, where there are four finalists for the other two starting spots outside of Judge and Acuna. The Toronto Blue Jays have the most finalists with six, while the Braves’ five finalists (besides Acuna) are the most in the NL.

Phase 2 of the All-Star vote runs from Tuesday at noon ET until Friday, July 8 at 2 p.m. ET. Players who weren’t named finalists can still make their league’s All-Star roster as reserves.

Bold indicates league-leading vote-getter
* indicates player is currently injured

Catcher

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Alejandro Kirk Blue Jays 3296479 .933
Jose Trevino Yankees 1109206 .771

Runners-up: Martin Maldonado (HOU), Salvador Perez* (KC), Christian Vazquez (BOS)

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Willson Contreras Cubs 2146343 .913
Travis d’Arnaud Braves 1710837 .822

Runners-up: Yadier Molina (STL), Will Smith (LAD), Tyler Stephenson (CIN)

First base

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Blue Jays 2853265 .855
Ty France* Mariners 1279315 .867

Runners-up: Anthony Rizzo (NYY), Luis Arraez (MIN), Yuli Gurriel (HOU)

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Paul Goldschmidt Cardinals 2477992 1.054
Pete Alonso Mets 1521254 .919

Runners-up: Freddie Freeman (LAD), Matt Olson (ATL), Eric Hosmer (SD)

Second base

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Jose Altuve Astros 1925693 .881
Santiago Espinal Blue Jays 1745741 .713

Runners-up: Andres Gimenez (CLE), Gleyber Torres (NYY), Trevor Story (BOS)

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Ozzie Albies* Braves 1745859 .694
Jazz Chisholm Jr.* Marlins 1731805 .860

Runners-up: Jeff McNeil (NYM), Gavin Lux (LAD), Nolan Gorman (STL)

Third base

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Jose Ramirez Guardians 1971688 .982
Rafael Devers Red Sox 1871493 .979

Runners-up: Matt Chapman (TOR), DJ LeMahieu (NYY), Alex Bregman (HOU)

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Manny Machado Padres 2381477 .945
Nolan Arenado Cardinals 1618392 .835

Runners-up: Austin Riley (ATL), Justin Turner (LAD), Eduardo Escobar (NYM)

Shortstop

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Bo Bichette Blue Jays 2030733 .720
Tim Anderson White Sox 1273947 .837

Runners-up: Xander Bogaerts (BOS), Jeremy Pena (HOU), Isiah Kiner-Falefa (NYY)

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Trea Turner Dodgers 2177710 .849
Dansby Swanson Braves 1985444 .844

Runners-up: Francisco Lindor (NYM), Tommy Edman (STL), Fernando Tatis Jr.* (SD)

Outfield

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Aaron Judge Yankees 3762498 1.001
Mike Trout Angels 3381758 1.037
George Springer Blue Jays 1835729 .831
Giancarlo Stanton Yankees 1268284 .856
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Blue Jays 1267586 .750

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Ronald Acuna Jr. Braves 3503188 .828
Mookie Betts* Dodgers 3479480 .884
Joc Pederson Giants 1824390 .934
Starling Marte Mets 1236390 .769
Adam Duvall Braves 1070869 .628

Designated hitter

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AL

Player Team Votes OPS
Yordan Alvarez Astros 2215456 1.070
Shohei Ohtani Angels 1664012 .855

Runners-up: Danny Jansen (TOR), J.D. Martinez (BOS), Miguel Cabrera (DET)

NL

Player Team Votes OPS
Bryce Harper* Phillies 2560099 .985
William Contreras Braves 1775703 .899

Runners-up: Albert Pujols (STL), Max Muncy (LAD), J.D. Davis (NYM)

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