Red Sox Nation time to Rock the Vote 

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Today is the last day of All-Star Voting and Red Sox Nation needs to step up. Yes the Old Town team is going to be well represented in the starting lineup on July 13th, but you could and should be doing more. Why Alex Verdugo is chasing Aaron Judge and Mike Trout is beyond me. Why is Shohei Ohtani getting 43% more of the vote than J.D. Martinez ? The mind boggles. Okay – Okay , some tongue in cheekiness happening here, the important thing is you all get out to vote, for whoever you may want to see. This is your All-Star game people. Make your voice heard. 

AMERICAN LEAGUE

First base

1) Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays (74%)

2) Yuli Gurriel, Astros (16%)v

3) José Abreu, White Sox (10%)

Second base

1) Marcus Semien, Blue Jays (52%)

2) Jose Altuve, Astros (33%)

3) DJ LeMahieu, Yankees (15%)

All-Star starters announced tonight … no matter those results, MLB needs the Astros in Denver https://t.co/cjtZ1WTqCj) via @houstonchron — Reid Laymance (@ReidLaymance) July 1, 2021

Third base

1) Rafael Devers, Red Sox (61%)

2) Alex Bregman, Astros (23%)

3) Yoán Moncada, White Sox (16%)

Shortstop

1) Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox (43%)

2) Bo Bichette, Blue Jays (35%)

3) Carlos Correa, Astros (22%)

Catcher

1) Salvador Perez, Royals (62%)

2) Martín Maldonado, Astros (20%)

3) Yasmani Grandal, White Sox (19%)

Outfield

1) Mike Trout, Angels (20%)

2) Aaron Judge, Yankees (13%)

3) Byron Buxton, Twins (12%)

4) Teoscar Hernández, Blue Jays (11%)

5) Michael Brantley, Astros (10%)

6) Cedric Mullins, Orioles (9%)

7) Adolis García, Rangers (9%)

8) Alex Verdugo, Red Sox (8%)

9) Randal Grichuk, Blue Jays (8%)

Designated hitter

1) Shohei Ohtani, Angels (63%)

2) J.D. Martinez, Red Sox (20%)

3) Yordan Alvarez, Astros (17%)

Honestly, where is Franchy Cordero

NATIONAL LEAGUE

First base

1) Freddie Freeman, Braves (47%)

2) Max Muncy, Dodgers (34%)

3) Anthony Rizzo, Cubs (18%)

Second base

1) Adam Frazier, Pirates (47%)

2) Ozzie Albies, Braves (32%)

3) Gavin Lux, Dodgers (21%)

Third base

1) Nolan Arenado, Cardinals (40%)

2) Justin Turner, Dodgers (34%)

3) Kris Bryant, Cubs (26%)

Dodgers: RT @PatrickRenna: Just a couple of @dodgers hangin out. But more importantly @redturn2 is in the running to be an @mlb all-star this year. Vote for JT! https://t.co/Q7uxwPUYkj pic.twitter.com/15y7s1sVFH — Christopher Hilken (@chrishilkens) July 1, 2021

Shortstop

1) Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres (64%)

2) Javier Báez, Cubs (19%)

3) Brandon Crawford, Giants (17%)

Catcher

1) Buster Posey, Giants (58%)

2) Yadier Molina, Cardinals (25%)

3) Willson Contreras, Cubs (18%)

Outfield

1) Ronald Acuña Jr., Braves (21%)

2) Nick Castellanos, Reds (18%)

3) Jesse Winker, Reds (16%)

4) Mookie Betts, Dodgers (13%)

5) Chris Taylor, Dodgers (7%)

6) Joc Pederson, Cubs (7%)

7) Mike Yastrzemski, Giants (6%)

8) Bryce Harper, Phillies (6%)

9) Juan Soto, Nationals (6%)

As always you can follow/give me grief on Twitter @Tmurph207

Where do the Philadelphia Phillies go from here?

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