Aaron Judge was the only position player on both New York teams to vote as a starter for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game.
The Yankee right-wing midfielder finished second after Angels superstar Mike Trout, who was injured in the American English Championship squad, and the blue jay’s Theoscar Hernandez nodded the other.
The referee, who hit .282 in 75 games with 18 homers and 42 RBIs .904 OPS, will make his third start in the Midsummer Classic. Last week, he was known as one of nine finalists for three starting outdoors. DJ LeMahieu was also among the three finalists at the second base, but he surpassed Marcus Semien, who started from the “blue jazz” in the final round of fan voting.
The remaining AL starters are Angels Shohei Ohtani, Royal Club winner Salvador Perez, Blue Jays first coach Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Red Sox – Xander Bogaerts and Red Sox third Rafael Devers. 13 games at Coors Field in Acesparks.