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The 2019 MLB All-Star Game Ballot Explained (Episode #94)

The New Major League Baseball All-Star Game Ballot Explained

The 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game ballot is officially available. In this episode, we reveal their selections for this year’s All-Star Game.

This year, the Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be played in Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians. It will also be the first year in which baseball will determine MLB All-Stars using a new system.

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From May 28 – June 21, fans will be able to vote from a pool of candidates in what MLB is calling the “Primary Election.” The top three vote-getters at each position during the “primaries” will be announced on MLB Network on June 21st.

Then, beginning on June 26th the next phase in the voting process called “The Starters Election” will commence and last for 28 hours. During this period, fans will determine which players will start the game for both leagues. The starters will be announced on an ESPN special at 7 PM ET on June 27.

In preparation for this, the Welcome to THE SHOW podcast filled out their “primary” Major League Baseball All-Star Game ballot, which you can listen to at the 38:11 mark above.

Fill you your ballot HERE!

Episode #94 Contents:

(00:00) Intro – Christian Yelich on pace to hit 60+ Home runs

(12:59) Was Jose Ramirez using PEDs prior to his current slump?

(25:40) What should the Nationals do with Max Scherzer?

(38:11) Manny and CT fill out their early All-Star ballot. Do you agree with our votes?

(54:17) Kahwi Leonard or Kevin Durant – Who should the Knicks pursue in the offseason?

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