A look at the 2014 All-Star Game voting leaders in the American League, as released by Major League Baseball on June 16:

FIRST BASE

Miguel Cabrera, Tigers -- 2,030,773

Jose Abreu, White Sox -- 1,117,743

Albert Pujols, Angels -- 869,164

Chris Davis, Orioles -- 777,807

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Mark Teixeira, Yankees -- 569,288

SECOND BASE

Robinson Cano, Mariners -- 1,513,052

Ian Kinsler, Tigers -- 1,117,345

Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox 1,008,809

Brian Dozier, Twins 642,122

Jose Altuve, Astros 556,343

SHORTSTOP

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Derek Jeter, Yankees -- 1,810,451

Alexei Ramirez, White Sox -- 1,568,620

J.J. Hardy, Orioles -- 912,006

Jose Reyes, Blue Jays -- 745,928

Jed Lowrie, Athletics -- 523,677

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THIRD BASE

Josh Donaldson, Athletics -- 1,953,423

Adrian Beltre, Rangers -- 953,318

Evan Longoria, Rays -- 904,638

Manny Machado, Orioles -- 856,976

Brett Lawrie, Blue Jays -- 657,365

CATCHER

Matt Wieters, Orioles -- 1,488,884

Brian McCann, Yankees -- 1,075,210

Derek Norris, Athletics -- 1,072,827

A.J. Pierzynski, Red Sox -- 641,098

Kurt Suzuki, Twins -- 623,984

DESIGNATED HITTER

Nelson Cruz, Orioles -- 1,792,432

David Ortiz, Red Sox -- 1,316,921

Victor Martinez, Tigers -- 1,101,028

Edwin Encarnacion, Blue Jays -- 1,049,898

Brandon Moss, Athletics -- 646,456

OUTFIELD

Jose Bautista, Blue Jays -- 2,906,878

Mike Trout, Angels -- 2,544,658

Melky Cabrera, Blue Jays -- 1,454,528

Yoenis Cespedes, Athletics -- 1,111,613

Adam Jones, Orioles -- 1,053,228

Jacoby Ellsbury, Yankees -- 1,027,390

Michael Brantley, Indians -- 954,555

Carlos Beltran, Yankees -- 875,585

Torii Hunter, Tigers -- 834,218

Nick Markakis, Orioles -- 833,558

Shin-Soo Choo, Rangers -- 596,137

Alex Rios, Rangers -- 595,026

Coco Crisp, Athletics -- 594,638

Brett Gardner, Yankees -- 579,363

Josh Hamilton, Angels -- 538,928