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Rockies excluded – Canon City Daily Record

No Rockies player will be elected as a starter for the MLB All-Star Game at Coors Field next month following the Phase One voting results released by Major League Baseball on Sunday.

None of Colorado’s roster has received enough votes to qualify as a finalist for phase two of the voting, which begins at 10 a.m. on Monday. It will run until noon on July 1.

The top nine voters among the vaulters and the top three among all other positions advanced. Pitchers and reserve players will be selected by a combination of player ballots and selections from the Commissioner’s office.

Ryan McMahon was the only Rockies player to finish in the top 10 in his place, ranking 7th among second baseman with 355,178 votes, or just over 300,000 to be a finalist.

A pair of former Colorado players have reached phase two. DJ LeMahieu of the Yankees was third among American League second baseman and Nolan Arenado of the Cardinals was second among National League third baseman.

Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. received the most votes among all players, receiving 2,704,788 from fans. Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. garnered the most votes among National League players with 2,510,041.

The MLB All-Star Game is July 13.

Here are the finalists:

American league

  • Catchers: Salvador Perez of the Royals, Martin Maldonado of the Astros, Yasmani Grandal of the White Sox
  • First players: Vladimir Guerrero of the Blue Jays, Yuli Gurriel of the Astros, Jose Abreu of the White Sox
  • Second goal: Marcus Semien of the Blue Jays, Jose Altuve of the Astros, DJ LeMahieu of the Yankees
  • Third goal: Rafael Devers of the Red Sox, Alex Bregman of the Astros, Yoan Moncada of the White Sox
  • Shortstops: Xander Boegarts of the Red Sox, Bo Bichette of the Blue Jays, Carlos Correa of ​​the Astros
  • Designated hitters: Shohei Ohtani of the Angels, JD Martinez of the Red Sox, Yordan Alvarez of the Astros
  • Voltigeurs: Mike Trout of the Angels, Aaron Judge of the Yankees, Byron Buxton of the Twins, Michael Brantley of the Astros, Adolis Garcia of the Rangers, Teoscar Hernandez of the Blue Jays, Cedric Mullins of the Orioles, Alex Verdugo of the Red Sox, Randal Grichuk of the Blue Jays

National league

  • Catchers: Buster Posey of the Giants, Yadier Molina of the Cardinals, Wilson Contreras of the Cubs
  • First players: Max Muncy of the Dodgers, Freddie Freeman of the Braves, Anthony Rizzo of the Cubs
  • Second goal: Ozzie Albies of the Braves, Adam Frazier of the Pirates, Gavin Lux of the Dodgers
  • Third goal: Kris Bryant of the Cubs, Nolan Arenado of the Cardinals, Justin Turner of the Dodgers
  • Shortstops: Fernando Tatis Jr. of the Padres, Javier Baez of the Cubs, Brandon Crawford of the Giants
  • Voltigeurs: Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Braves, Nick Castellanos of the Reds, Jessie Winker of the Reds, Mookie Betts of the Dodgers, Chris Taylor of the Dodgers, Juan Soto of the Nationals, Bryce Harper of the Phillies, Joc Pederson of the Cubs, Mike Yastrzemski of the Giants


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