After a very long wait, the Dodgers will get to host the MLB All-Star Game this year. It was supposed to be hosted in Los Angeles back in 2020 until a literal global pandemic derailed any hopes of that happening. But it’s a new year, and they look ready to go.
The first phase of voting for the All-Star Game officially opened up today. Dodgers fans have already taken to Twitter and the internet in general to show off their first ballots. As part of the first phase, the player with the most votes in their league will automatically win the starting spot at their designated position.
The first phase closes on June 30th at 1:59 pm EDT. The second phase will determine the remaining starting position players as well as the designated hitter, if applicable. That phase will open back up on July 5th at 12:00 p.m. ET. Dodgers fans are going to do everything that they can to flood the ballot boxes in hopes of seeing their guys on their home turf.
For those Dodgers fans looking for an easy way to vote, they can do that by going here. Guys like Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, and Trea Turner are sure to be in the running for this year’s game. And with the way this team has been playing, they could potentially have a few starters.
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