Yankees' Aaron Judge has taken over the lead for the most American League All-Star votes.
Judge's 1,251,543 votes is the highest voting for any American League player. The next best is another outfielder in Mike Trout who has 1,155,356 votes.
Judge is hitting .324/.429./.681 in 52 games and leads the Majors with 18 homers. His 41 RBIs are good for fourth in the American League.
Second baseman Starlin Castro ranks second among all AL second baseman with 778,699 votes. Astros' Jose Altuve has the lead with 998,107 votes.
A three-time National League All-Star with the Cubs, Castro is hitting .315/.352/.489 with 20 extra-base hits, 31 RBIs and 38 runs scored in 54 games.
Matt Holliday is second among designated hitters while shortstop Didi Gregorius and catcher Gary Sanchez are all within the top-5 at their positions.
Fans can vote up to 35 times on MLB.com through June 29.