With under two months left until the 90th MLB All-Star Game, voting has officially opened to baseball fans around the world.
And with that, it’s time to vote your favorite Seattle Mariners players into the Midsummer Classic! To cast your ballot, all you have to do is click this link and select which players you want to see take the field in Cleveland on July 9.
Voting is a bit different this year. The top three vote-getters at each position (including nine outfielders) through June 21 will then be thrown in a much more condensed pool of players from which fans will select the National League and American League’s starters on June 26-27.
Fans can vote up to five times per 24 hours, so be sure to make voting a daily part of your routine! It saves your initial ballot to be recasted with one simple click of a button and takes no more than five minutes to do.
Despite their current position in last place of the American League West, the Mariners have a few players that are worthy of All-Star consideration this year. Yesterday, we detailed three current Mariners players who have the best chance to make the All-Star roster.
Those players were Omar Narváez, Edwin Encarnación, and Daniel Vogelbach, but a strong push from the Seattle fanbase could get the likes of Mitch Haniger, Tim Beckham, and Domingo Santana in the conversation. Last year, the Mariners sent four players to Washington and have a decent chance to send more than one player to the big game this year as well.
It’s up to you, the fans. So grab your phone, tablet, or laptop and #VoteMariners today!