The 2018 MLB All-Star game is exactly two weeks from today, but voting for your favorite players is quickly coming to an end. With some positions still up for grabs, every vote is going to be crucial down the stretch! Here is a glimpse of the most current results for the upcoming MLB All-Star game as of July 2.

Braves, Red Sox players thriving

If voting for the All-Star game concluded today, the Atlanta Braves and Boston Red Sox would have the most players representing one team, and the most starters in the annual classic.

In fact, when it comes to the Braves, with a late surge they could have a player at every position at the big game on July 17.

Atlanta’s Freddie Freeman is a shoo-in to be the starter at first base for the National League, while Ozzie Albies leads all vote-getters in the NL at second base. If Braves fans want to see Albies make it to the starting spot they had better keep the votes coming in.

While Freeman leads Chicago's Kris Bryant by over one million votes, Albies is barely hanging on to the lead at second base. According to an update, Scooter Gennett of the Reds and Javier Baez of the Chicago Cubs are pushing Atlanta's Ozzie Albies at second base in the National League as they have closed the gap to under 200,000 votes - which may sound like a lot, but it really isn't. Those numbers can change very quickly when fans start voting!

Atlanta could also have three outfielders named to the All-Star roster, with two possibilities as starters. The Braves Nick Markakis leads all NL outfielders with 2,457,648 votes, while Ronald Acuna, Jr. holds the fifth spot with 1,204,321. Ender Inciarte is currently in sixth place overall in outfield voting with 1,101,511 votes.

Yes, so far in terms of All-Star voting, this is the year of the Braves!

Bosox represent

The Boston Red Sox are having an incredible season so far, and it is showing in the All-Star voting. The BoSox have two players in Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez that are in line to start in the AL, and like the Braves, they have a shot at more.

Martinez looks like he will easily win the DH position over New York's Giancarlo Stanton. JD has nearly 2.5 million votes, while Stanton is a distant second at 900,000.

Boston CBS noted that Betts is not only the leading outfielder for the American League, he is the second overall vote-getter with 3,119,106 votes. Only Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros has more.

First baseman Mitch Moreland is currently in third place overall and just a hundred thousand votes behind Houston’s Yuli Gurriel, while outfielder Andrew Benintendi is currently in sixth place overall and should make the roster if he can hold his ground.

If you want to vote you still have time, but you need to hop to it! Voting to decide the starters and complete roster for the 89th All-Star Game continues until 11:59 PM ET on Thursday.

The big game will take place from Washington's Nationals Park on July 17 at 8 PM ET.

Below is a look at the current vote leaders for each league.

American League


1. Wilson Ramos, Rays: 1,556,195

2. Gary Sanchez, Yankees: 1,116,568

First base:

1. Jose Abreu, White Sox: 1,312,221

2. Yuli Gurriel, Astros: 1,088,068

Second base:

1. Jose Altuve, Astros: 3,405,815

2. Gleyber Torres, Yankees: 997,724

Third base:

1. Jose Ramirez, Indians: 1,811,902

2. Alex Bregman, Astros: 1,050,370


1. Manny Machado, Orioles: 1,272,233

2. Carlos Correa, Astros: 1,135,152


1. Mookie Betts, Red Sox: 3,119,106

2. Mike Trout, Angels: 2,666,972

3. Aaron Judge, Yankees: 2,021,348

4. George Springer, Astros: 1,141,661


Michael Brantley, Indians: 1,093,376

6. Andrew Benintendi, Red Sox: 1,071,135

National League


1. Buster Posey, Giants: 1,384,631

2. Willson Contreras, Cubs: 1,240,132

First base:

1. Freddie Freeman, Braves: 2,905,301

2. Anthony Rizzo, Cubs: 1,178,915

Second base:

1. Ozzie Albies, Braves: 1,857,185

2. Scooter Gennett, Reds: 1,689,393

Third base:

1. Nolan Arenado, Rockies: 2,326,711

2. Kris Bryant, Cubs: 1,370,631


1. Brandon Crawford, Giants: 2,303,516

2. Dansby Swanson, Braves: 1,162,263


1. Nick Markakis, Braves: 2,457,648

2. Matt Kemp, Dodgers: 2,046,534

3. Bryce Harper, Nationals: 1,777,221

4. Charlie Blackmon, Rockies: 1,310,107

5. Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves: 1,204,321

6. Ender Inciarte, Braves: 1,101,511