See Mike Trout and Ronald Acuña Jr. leading the outfielders on the first voting list for the All-Star Game of the MLB It is predictable, even if the Angels player is on the disabled list.
However, seeing these other players from Big leagues leading in his position is a surprise.
The left fielder of the Cincinnati Reds He is in his sixth season in the majors and has never been to an All-Star Game. Thanks to an outstanding performance that has him with a line of .342 / .417 / .631, 17 homers, 41 RBIs and as the leader of the National with a 1.048 OPS, Winker appears in third place in the vote among the old man’s outfielders. circuit commanded by Ronald Acuña Jr.
Castellanos is a 29-year-old veteran with 9 major league service seasons and is undoubtedly having the best of them. The Cincinnati outfielder leads the National League with a .357 batting average and also leads with 85 hits and 23 doubles. That has him as a guard for Acuña Jr. in the vote for the All Star, in which he has never participated.
The bartender who came to the Toronto Blue Jays this year is in first place with 34% of the votes for his position, ahead of figures like José Altuve and New York Yankees infielder DJ LeMahieu. Semien has 15 home runs and is hitting .290.
There have never been any doubts about Buxton’s defensive capabilities and this is attested by his Gold Glove and Platinum Glove. This year, in addition, he has had an explosive offense (he has a .370 / .408 / .772 line with 9 homers). That Mike Trout and Aaron Judge occupy the first places is not surprising, but to see the outfielder of the Minnesota Twins next to them who was going to say?
The Los Angeles Dodgers just put him on the disabled list, which is a huge blow to Dave Roberts’ lineup. Muncy was an All Star once, in 2019, and this year he leads the first cut among first basemen with 23% of the vote, ahead of 2020 MVP Freddie Freeman and Chicago Cubs player Anthony Rizzo.