NEW YORK — Online voting began Wednesday for starters in Major League Baseball's All-Star Game at Seattle on July 11.
An individual may cast up to five votes per 24-hour period through noon EDT on June 22 on MLB.com, the 30 team websites, the MLB App and the MLB Ballpark App.
The top two players in each league at each position other than outfield plus the top six outfielders in each league will be announced on June 22 starting at 6 p.m. EDT on the MLB Network. The top overall vote-getter in each league will start in the All-Star Game and bypass the second round of balloting.
The second phase of voting, which does not carry over from the first round, runs from noon EDT on June 26 through noon EDT on June 29. An individual can vote once per 24-hour period.
Remaining starters will be announced on June 29 beginning at 7 p.m. EDT on ESPN. Pitchers and reserves will be announced on July 2 starting at 5:30 p.m. EDT on ESPN.