AL leaders hold firm in latest round of All-Star voting

  • Updated: June 22, 2014 - 10:05 PM
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Toronto's Melky Cabrera holds the voting lead for the final AL outfield spot.

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Only one position in the American League starting lineup for the All-Star Game seems to be in question, with most of the leaders holding firm in the latest round of fan voting, announced Sunday.

The tightest race is for the third outfield spot, with Toronto’s Melky Cabrera leading Oakland’s Yoenis Cespedes by a little more than 160,000 votes.

At the other spots, the leaders have held firm. That includes Baltimore’s Matt Wieters at catcher. Wieters will miss the July 15 game at Target Field — and the rest of the season — because of Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery.

Voting ends July 3.

AL ALL-STAR VOTE LEADERS

FIRST BASE

Miguel Cabrera, Tigers — 2,645,000

Jose Abreu, White Sox — 1,420,294

Chris Davis, Orioles — 1,087,112

Albert Pujols, Angels — 1,040,316

Mark Teixeira, Yankees — 718,367

SECOND BASE

Robinson Cano, Mariners — 2,007,055

Ian Kinsler, Tigers — 1,338,272

Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox — 1,264,329

Jose Altuve, Astros — 932,978

Brian Dozier, Twins — 841,980

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