Mookie Betts, Freddy Freeman and JD Martinez - National League lead the Dodgers in 2023 MLB All-Star Game voting.

MLB All-Star Voting Update 2023: Betts, Freeman, and Martinez Represent the Dodgers Among National League Leaders

Three Dodgers players top the National League in 2023 MLB All-Star Game voting. Freddie Freeman, Mookie Betts and JD Martinez are pushing for Dodgers All-Star Game selections. Let’s check his status and voting status.

Betts, a six-time All-Star, is now expected to replace Aqua as the starting NL outfielder. With 676,491 votes, he ranks third among NL outfielders.

Bates has made a name for himself in the league and previously represented the Dodgers in the most recent All-Star Game played at Dodger Stadium.

With an incredible 775,503 votes, Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman is second overall in NL voting.

Freeman is a strong candidate to start at first base for the 93rd Midsummer Classic as he is well ahead of Pete Alonso of the New York Mets.

Freeman has a history of participating in the All-Star Game and is expected to represent the Dodgers for the second year in a row.

The closest race between the NL position leaders is currently led by the Dodgers’ designated hitter JD Martinez.

Martinez finished first with 412,373 votes, ahead of Travis d’Arnaud of the Braves and Bryce Harper of the Philadelphia Phillies.

Martinez, an American League starter and five-time All-Star for the Boston Red Sox in 2018, is vying for his first start in the National League.

Here you can see is the current voting status for the 2023 MLB All-Star Game:

National League:

Catcher (C): Sean Murphy – Braves (603,501 votes)
First Base (1B): Freddie Freeman – Dodgers (775,503 votes)
Second Base (2B): Luis Araz – Marlins (509,092 votes)
Third Base (3B): Nolan Arenado – Cardinals (410,122 votes)
Shortstop (SS): Orlando Arcia – Braves (406,509 votes)
Outfield (Off):
Ronald Acuna Jr. – Braves (1,086,537 votes)
Mookie Betts – Dodgers (676,491 votes)
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Diamondbacks (367,348 votes)
Designated Hitter (DH): JD Martinez – Dodgers (412,373 votes)

American League:

Catcher (C): Adele Rutsman – Orioles (460,496 votes)
First Base (1B): Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Blue Jays (545,976 votes)
Second Base (2B): Marcus Semien – Rangers (707,712 votes)
Third Base (3B): Matt Chapman – Blue Jays (475,322 votes)
Shortstop (SS): Bo Bechette – Blue Jays (775,221 votes)
Outfield (Off):
Aaron Judge – Yankees (844,965 votes)
Mike Trout – Angels (598,918 votes)
Jordan Alvarez – Astros (571,986 votes)
Designated Hitter (DH): Shohei Ohtani – Angels (924,182 votes)

Here you can view the current voting status for the 2023 MLB All-Star Game.According to early voting updates, Ronald Acua Jr. of the Atlanta Braves has received 1,086,537 votes, making him the top vote-getter overall.

Acua ranks first in the National League, but Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels ranks first in the American League with 924,182 votes.

Austin Riley of the Braves and Max Muncie of the Dodgers are well behind Nolan Arenado of the St. Louis Cardinals, who currently leads the polling among NL third basemen.

If Muncie wins the starting job, he will start the All-Star Game for the first time since Ron Cie did it in 1977.

With three players on each team in the current vote standings, the Dodgers and Braves are tied for the most anticipated starters in the National League. This reflects the significant participation and fan support of the Dodgers in voting for the All-Star Game.

For the Dodgers, Freddie Freeman, Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez is likely to start. Fans have until June 22 to vote, and once the voting begins, the final selection of players for the Midsummer Classic will be affected.