DENVER — The American and National League All-Star ballots were revealed Sunday. You can vote up to 35 times online, right here.
The only real surprise among the Dodgers on the ballot is Howie Kendrick, who is listed as an outfielder. The facts check out. Kendrick has played all or part of seven different games in left field this season, more than any position. Among this year’s Dodgers, only Kiké Hernandez has started more games in left this season (6) than Kendrick (5). But the optics seem a bit off, given that Kendrick had 26 games of experience in left field prior to this season and 1,080 at second base.
Manager Dave Roberts got a chuckle out of it this morning:
In any event, here are the other Dodgers on the All-Star ballot by position:
The All-Star pitchers, managers and athletic trainers are not voted on by the fans.