New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge remained the top vote-getter in the American League for the 88th All-Star Game, set for July 11 at Marlins Park in Miami. In the third and latest MLB All-Star Game Ballot update for the AL, Judge has garnered 1,893,260 votes, leading all AL outfielders. Judge currently leads the AL in all three Triple Crown categories, hitting 22 homers and 50 RBIs with a .347 batting average. He also has a 1.180 OPS and he has scored 57 runs.

Second baseman Jose Altuve and shortstop Carlos Correa of the Houston Astros still lead their respective categories with 1,615,938 and 1,176,486 votes, respectively.

Altuve’s slash line this season is .317/.386/.504 with nine homers, 32 RBIs and 11 stolen bases, while Correa has an OPS of .873 with 11 homers and 40 RBIs.

Royals’ Perez leads all AL catchers in votes

In the catcher spot, Salvador Perez of the Kansas City Royals leads the pack with 1,025,982 votes, while first basemen Yonder Alonso of the Oakland A's and Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers have 651,055 and 646,598, respectively. Perez has 13 home runs, 35 RBIs and .811 OPS for the Royals, while Alonso has 16 homers, 36 RBIs and a 1.056 OPS this season.

Miguel Sano of the Minnesota Twins leads all third basemen with 1,010,060 votes, while Nelson Cruz of the Seattle Mariners leads all designated hitters with 863,549 votes.

Sano currently leads all AL third basemen with 15 homers, 46 RBIs and a .965 OPS, while Cruz has tallied 14 homers, 50 RBIs and a .946 OPS despite playing through a right calf injury.

McCann second in catchers' category

In the catchers’ category, Brian McCann of the Astros is second with 791,517, Welington Castillo of the Orioles third with 774,614, Gary Sanchez of the Yankees 4th with 710,388 and Yan Gomes of the Indians 5th with 509,629.

For first basemen, Eric Hosmer of the Royals is third with 626,783, Carlos Santana of the Indians is fourth with 558,320, and Yuli Gurriel of the Astros is fifth with 529,887 votes.

For second basemen, Starlin Castro of the Yankees is second with 1,072,305, Jason Kipnis of the Indians is third with 538,061, and Robinson Cano of the Mariners is fourth with 343,354, and Dustin Pedroia of the Red Sox is fifth with 313,548.

Rounding out the third basemen are Jose Ramirez of the Indians (697,747), Manny Machado of the Orioles (677,925), Josh Donaldson of the Blue Jays (527,680), and Alex Bregman of the Astros (512,734).

Among the shortstops, Francisco Lindor of the Indians is second with 1,054,295 votes, while Didi Gregorius of the Yankees, Xander Bogaerts of the Red Sox, and Troy Tulowitzki of the Blue Jays follow suit with 609,316, 566,520 and 354,732 votes, respectively.