How to vote for Los Angeles Dodgers players

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The 2023 MLB All-Star Game ballot was released Wednesday, with voting for Phase 1 open until 9 a.m. PT on June 22. The Los Angeles Dodgers have nine players on the roster for possible representation in the 93rd Summer Classic being played at T-Mobile Park in Seattle.

During Phase 1 of MLB All-Star voting, fans can select one player for each infield position in both leagues, three outfielders and one designated hitter. A writing space is also provided for players not listed on the All-Star game ballot.

During the first phase of voting for the MLB All-Star Game, there is a limit of five ballot submissions per unique, valid email address during any 24-hour period.

The top six outfielders and the top two vote-getters at all other positions in each league will be announced on June 22 on MLB Network at 3 p.m.

As in previous years, the leader in votes from each league during the first phase will be named the automatic starter. If an outfielder is the league’s top vote-getter, Phase 2 voting on the position will still take place to determine the two remaining starters among the outfielders’ next four finalists.

Phase 2 of All-Star Game voting begins at 9 am on Monday, June 26 and closes at 4 pm on June 29. ESPN will then announce the All-Star Game headlines later that night.

The pitchers and reserves for the National League and American League teams, totaling 23 for each side, will be determined through a combination of “Player Ballot” elections and selections made by the commissioner’s office. The complete rosters for the 2023 MLB All-Star Game will be announced Sunday, July 2 at 2:30 p.m. on ESPN.

Dodgers on 2023 MLB All-Star Game ballot

The Dodgers were represented on the opening ballot for the 2023 All-Star Game by Freddie Freeman, Miguel Vargas, Max Muncy, Chris Taylor, Will Smith, Mookie Betts, Jason Heyward, James Outman, and JD Martinez.

The Dodgers were represented in the 2022 MLB All-Star Game by Tyler Anderson, Betts, Freeman, Tony Gonsolin, Clayton Kershaw, and Trea Turner. Kershaw had the great honor of starting the first All-Star Game of his career at Dodger Stadium.

Philadelphia Phillies’ Rob Thomson will manage the 2023 National League All-Star team, while Houston Astros captain Dusty Baker returns as AL roster manager.

The American League team has won nine consecutive All-Star Games.

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