Odds of Every 2013 MLB All-Star Game 'Final Vote' Candidate Winning a Spot

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Odds of Every 2013 MLB All-Star Game 'Final Vote' Candidate Winning a Spot
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Dynamic rookie Yasiel Puig is easily the favorite to win the NL Final Vote despite limited MLB experience.

Most of the 2013 MLB All-Stars were revealed on Saturday, but another phase of the selection process is just beginning. Thanks to the Final Vote, fans can choose additional players for the American and National League rosters.

These are the 10 talented candidates vying for your affection:

AL Candidates NL Candidates
RHP Joaquin Benoit (Detroit Tigers) SS Ian Desmond (Washington Nationals)
RHP Steve Delabar (Toronto Blue Jays) 1B Freddie Freeman (Atlanta Braves)
RHP David Robertson (New York Yankees) 1B Adrian Gonzalez (Los Angeles Dodgers)
RHP Tanner Scheppers (Texas Rangers) OF Hunter Pence (San Francisco Giants)
RHP Koji Uehara (Boston Red Sox) OF Yasiel Puig (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Quality of first-half performance, historical trends and common sense allow us to closely approximate their odds of winning. 

 

*All video clips courtesy of MLB.com.

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