MLB All-Star Game outfield races feature superstar competition

Mike Trout #27 of the Los Angeles Angels celebrates his two-run home run during the third inning against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park on June 16, 2022 in Seattle, Washington.
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First phase of fan voting for 2022 mlb The All-Star Game ended a few days ago, with the Sluggers from the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves Aaron Judge And Ronald Acuna Jr.respectively, are the initial earnings.

That phase helped the league define two finalists for each position (four for the two remaining outfield spots) to face them in phase two of the fan voting process.

There is definitely some star-power in both the league’s outfield foursomes.

“There are two more starting spots for grabs in each league. Who got you?,” tweeted MLB Stats, with eight names under consideration.

Eight stars vying for four places

Los Angeles Angels’ mike troutToronto Blue Jays’ George Springer And Lourdes Gurrill Jr.and yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton Joining the judges are competing for two spots in the American League outfield.

On the other hand, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Mookie BatesSan Francisco Giants’ jock pedersonBrave’ Adam Duvall, and the New York Mets Speedster starling mart are vying for a place with Acua in the National League.

If we go by the numbers, Trout and Springer should be the remaining two starting outfielders on the junior circuit; Whereas Bates and Marte are eligible for approval in the NL.

But Stanton and Pedersen are also eligible candidates.

In any case, there is still some time to vote for the remaining starts at the Midsummer Classic, so fans around the league are trying to support their stars through the power of their vote.

No matter who wins, it should be a fascinating game in which some of the best players in the world share the same field at the same time.

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