First American League All-Star Votes Revealed.

Here they are. Mike Trout leads all outfielders:

CATCHERS

1. Joe Mauer Twins 863,450
2. Matt Wieters Orioles 715,055
3. Carlos Santana Indians 547,873
4. A.J. Pierzynski Rangers 510,434
5. Jarrod Saltalamacchia Red Sox 331,344

FIRST BASEMEN

1. Chris Davis Orioles 1,176,016
2. Prince Fielder Tigers 1,059,300
3. Mike Napoli Red Sox 380,448
4. Albert Pujols Angels 374,538
5. Mitch Moreland Rangers 371,806

SECOND BASEMEN

1. Robinson Cano Yankees 1,235,230
2. Ian Kinsler Rangers 656,827
3. Dustin Pedroia Red Sox 642,419
4. Omar Infante Tigers 417,333
5. Brian Roberts Orioles 291,756

SHORTSTOPS

1. Elvis Andrus Rangers 727,555
2. J.J. Hardy Orioles 717,103
3. Jhonny Peralta Tigers 540,581
4. Jed Lowrie Athletics 523,743
5. Derek Jeter Yankees 380,445

THIRD BASEMEN

1. Miguel Cabrera Tigers 1,500,165
2. Manny Machado Orioles 723,943
3. Adrian Beltre Rangers 600,271
4. Evan Longoria Rays 454,047
5. Kevin Youkilis Yankees 235,388

OUTFIELDERS

1. Mike Trout Angels 1,190,676
2. Adam Jones Orioles 1,181,875
3. Torii Hunter Tigers 761,937
4. Nelson Cruz Rangers 712,320
5. Jose Bautista Blue Jays 653,475
6. Nick Markakis Orioles 595,698
7. Nate McLouth Orioles 559,751
8. Alex Gordon Royals 522,483
9. Jacoby Ellsbury Red Sox 473,877
10. Josh Hamilton Angels 404,597
11. Austin Jackson Tigers 400,019
12. Yoenis Cespedes Athletics 395,475
13. Coco Crisp Athletics 392,202
14. Shane Victorino Red Sox 341,733
15. Ichiro Suzuki Yankees 337,654

DESIGNATED HITTER
1. David Ortiz Red Sox 1,045,283
2. Lance Berkman Rangers 672,547
3. Mark Reynolds Indians 452,708
4. Mark Trumbo Angels 376,574
5. Victor Martinez Tigers 340,967

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J.P. Hoornstra covers the Dodgers, Angels and Major League Baseball for the Los Angeles Daily News, Long Beach Press-Telegram, Torrance Daily Breeze, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News, San Bernardino Sun, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Whittier Daily News and Redlands Daily Facts. Before taking the beat in 2012, J.P. covered the NHL for four years. UCLA gave him a degree once upon a time; when he graduated on schedule, he missed getting Arnold Schwarzenegger's autograph on his diploma by five months.