The 2019 MLB All-Star game is only a month away, July 9th at Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH. The games brightest and best will show their talents in this game.
The first phase of voting ail concludes at 4:00 PM ET, Friday, June 21st. By this point, the top three vote-getters at each position will move on to the second phase voting. The first phase will determine the top nine vote-getters to advance the starters election. The starter election will be a 28 hour voting period to decide starters at each position. It sounds good but will the right players be voted in and will there just as much bias with this system.
The reserves for both teams will be chosen by player choice and selections made by commissioners office. The full All-Star rosters will be announced Sunday 30th at 5:30 pm ET on ESPN. Tune in for that because it will be fun to see who is chosen for as a reserve.
The new MLB All-Star process is interesting and the results may not be what many fans expect. It seems like MLB wants to try and level the playing field when it comes to All-Star voting. But some deserving players may still get left out.
The MLB All-Star Game is always fun and a good way to see all the best players. It will be interesting to see which players get in and which ones don’t. Keep voting for your favorite players and checking in for more updates.