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All Star Game

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Thank you to all the fans who participated in the inaugural All Star campaign competition. To view your final campaign ranks, click on the menus at the bottom of the page.

How it works

After voting, you'll be presented with the option to join a campaign to spread the word to vote via Facebook or e-mail. By joining a campaign, you'll score the following points as you move up the ranks of a player's online campaign staff:

  • 25 points just for joining a campaign
  • 25 points for every person you get to vote for that player
  • 1 pt for each vote you make or help generate for that player

Your campaign status changes daily based on your success:

No. 1 points earner
Campaign Manager
No. 2 points earner
Deputy Campaign Manager
No. 3 points earner
Assistant Campaign Manager
500 points
Senior Campaign Coordinator
350 points
Campaign Coordinator
200 points
Senior Campaign Assistant
100 points
Campaign Assistant
50 points
Senior Campaign Volunteer
25 points
Campaign Volunteer
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Vote Now

Upon the conclusion of voting, on the "thank you page" you will be offered a personal link to use for your campaign. This link must be used, in order to register your campaign points. MLBAM is not responsible for votes generated via other links or if the link posted is broken or not recognized by any third party.

Each fan can vote a maximum of 25 times. Voting ends at 11:59 PM ET on Thursday, July 1, 2010.

Voter's e-mail address must be valid. Ballots generated by a script, macro or other mechanical or automated means will be disqualified. MLB Advanced Media, L.P. reserves the right to validate all Online Ballots cast, and to invalidate any ballot in its discretion. Overall ballot tabulation is conducted by TMC Group. The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball will have final decision on all balloting matters. Use of the Online Ballot is subject to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The online and offline fan balloting program will determine the eight position players in each league, and the designated hitter for the American League, who will start the 2010 All-Star Game. Each MLB team nominated one player for each infield position, and three for the outfield, at the start of the season. Vote totals follow a player, meaning if a player is listed on a league ballot, and switches leagues or teams, his totals will follow him to the new league or team.