The Tigers' Miguel Cabrera is the leading vote-getter among American League first basemen to start next month's All-Star Game in Minneapolis. (Robin Buckson / Detroit News)
Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera remains the runaway leader to be the American League’s starting first baseman in next month’s All-Star Game.
Cabrera has 1,477,420 votes, which were updated Sunday night, easily ahead of White Sox rookie Jose Abreu (845,059).
Two other Tigers are among the top vote-getters at their positions: Ian Kinsler is in second place at second base with 887,544 votes to trail the Mariners’ Robinson Cano (1,111,880).
Victor Martinez is third among designated hitters with 843,215 votes. The Orioles’ Nelson Cruz leads the way with 1,404,275, followed by Red Sox slugger David Ortiz (1,036,055).
Torii Hunter is 10th among AL outfielders (666,166).
The Yankees’ Derek Jeter, a Kalamazoo native, leads AL shortstops with 1,376,054 votes.
The All-Star game is July 15 at Target Field in Minneapolis.
For a look at the leaders in the AL All-Star voting, click here.