New York Yankee outfielder Aaron Judge currently leads all American League players with 1,251,543 votes. Judge currently leads the MLB with 21 home runs, and hit the longest home run since the tracking system began with a 496 foot long ball Sunday afternoon.

Superstar outfielder Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels is currently the only other ball player that has passed the one million vote mark as of now with his near 1.1 million votes. Michael Brantley of the Cleveland Indians is in third place with 554,620 votes.

The infield boasts Kansas City Royal Salvador Perez at catcher, Detroit Tiger Miguel Cabrera at first base, Houston Astro Jose Altuve at second base, Cleveland Indian Francisco Lindor at shortstop, and Minnesota Twin Miguel Sano at third base.

Sano looking for first All Star game appearance

For Twins fans, this may not have been such a surprise for Sano's season. Two years ago, Sano finished third in the Rookie of the Year voting. This season, Sano is a core component for the Twins, leading the American League Central. The 24-year-old has a .292 average, 15 home runs, and 46 runs batted in. Sano is on pace to be the first Twin to have 100 RBI's in a season since Josh Willingham in 2012.

Astros not receiving love

Unless your name is Altuve, or Carlos Correa, the Astros have no other players that have reached the top two in vote-getters for any position spots. George Springer, who is having a career year in batting average, and is also hitting 17 home runs, has the seventh most votes.

This would not be such a big deal if it wasn't for the fact that the Astros are number one in team runs batted in, number two in runs scored, and number three in team batting average. You would think that such a contribution was coming from more than just Altuve and Correa. The Astros boast eight players that have a batting average of .273 or higher.

First base is anyone's position

Cabrera may lead for now, but his 475,826 votes is just a slim lead over Oakland A Yondor Alongso and his 433,570 votes. Then, you have Cleveland Indian Carlos Santana's 420,336 votes, and Kansas City Royal Eric Hosmer's 399,54.

Alonso has been having a great start to the season with his .310 batting average and 16 home runs, which is more impressive than Cabrera's .268 batting average and five home runs. Hosmer is another deserving player with his .314 batting average compared to Santana's .218 batting average. Ultimately, it would be very impressive if Cabrera made his 12th All-Star game.