Houston's Alex Bregman, the runaway winner at third base for the American League, will be joined in the starting lineup by Astros teammates George Springer and Michael Brantley, the latter of whom edged the New York Yankees' Aaron Judge by less than 1 percentage point for the final AL outfield spot.

Under MLB's new system, fans voted for players up until last Friday, and the top three finalists at each position for both leagues moved on to a runoff election.

Jorge Polanco will be the first Minnesota Twins shortstop to start an All-Star Game in 40 years.

ASG Starters - American League

C:   Gary Sanchez      Yankees
1B:  Carlos Santana    Indians
2B:  DJ LeMahieu       Yankees
SS:  Jorge Polanco     Twins
3B:  Alex Bregman     Astros
OF:  Mike Trout          Angels
OF:  George Springer Astros
OF:  Michael Brantley Astros
DH:  Hunter Pence     Rangers

ASG Starters - National League

C:   Willson Contreras Cubs
1B:  Freddie Freeman Braves
2B:  Ketel Marte          D-backs
SS:  Javier Baez         Cubs
3B:  Nolan Arenado    Rockies
OF:  Christian Yelich   Brewers
OF:  Cody Bellinger    Dodgers
OF:  Ronald Acuna Jr.            Braves

The 2019 Major League Baseball All Star game will be played at Cleveland's Progressive Field on July 9. Live coverage is here on ESPN 99.1.

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