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2023 MLB All-Star Game Starters

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Phase two of fan voting for the 2023 MLB All-Star Game wrapped up on Thursday afternoon, with starting positions for each league being announced on ESPN that evening. Here is a breakdown of the starters for each position in their respective leagues.

American League Starters

Catcher: Jonah Heim (Texas Rangers)

First Base: Yandy Diaz (Tampa Bay Rays)

Second Base: Marcus Semien (Texas Rangers)

Third Base: Josh Jung (Texas Rangers)

Shortstop: Corey Seager (Texas Rangers)

Outfielders: Aaron Judge (New York Yankees), Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels) and Randy Arozarena (Tampa Bay Rays)

Designated Hitter: Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels)

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National League Starters

Catcher: Sean Murphy (Atlanta Braves)

First Base: Freddie Freeman (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Second Base: Luis Arraez (Miami Marlins)

Third Base: Nolan Arenado (St. Louis Cardinals)

Shortstop: Orlando Arcia (Atlanta Braves)

Outfielders: Ronald Acuña Jr. (Atlanta Braves), Mookie Betts (Los Angeles Dodgers) and Corbin Carroll (Arizona Diamondbacks)

Designated Hitter: J.D. Martinez (Los Angeles Dodgers)

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All-Star Game starting pitchers are chosen by the two managers, Dusty Baker (Houston Astros) and Rob Thomson (Philadelphia Phillies). The All-Star Game rosters are chosen through fan and player voting, with the commissioner's office filling in the gaps as necessary.

The 2023 MLB All-Star Game will be played on July 11 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington. Fans can tune in to the midsummer classic that evening at 8 p.m. Eastern on FOX.

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