MLB: Alejandro Kirk leads voting as catcher for the All-Star Game

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The Major League Baseball (MLB) announced this Tuesday afternoon the first voting update for the 2022 All-Star Game which will take place on July 19 at the Dodger Stadium.

Among the preliminary results, the participation of the Mexican Alejandro Kirkwho stands as the player with the third highest number of votes in the American League (1,057,008), only behind Aaron Judge (1,512,368) y Mike Trout (1,295,854).

With that number, the native of Tijuana, Baja California is heading to be the starting catcher in the ‘Clásico de Media Season’alternating action at the plate with Jose Trevino of the New York Yankees.

If the trend continues, Kirk (C) would jump onto the pitch with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (1B), Jose Altuve (2B), rafael devers (3B), Bo Bichette (SS), George Springer (JI), Mike Trout (JC), Aaron Judge (JD) y Yordan Alvarez (BD).

By National League es Mookie Betts (JD) who leads the voting with 1,446,050 votes and would be accompanied by Willson Contreras (C), Paul Goldschmidt (1B), Jazz Chisholm (2B), Manny Machado (3B), Trea Turner (SS), Joc Pedersen (JI), Ronald Acuña Jr. (JC) y Bryce Harper (BD).

The votes for All-Star game 2022 MLB They will remain open until June 30 at 12:59 p.m. (Central Mexico), being able to cast up to five votes a day.

Voting link: Click here to vote for your favorite players.



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