Unsurprisingly, the 2014 MLB All-Star Game Final Vote ballots are loaded with players who deserve a trip to Target Field in Minnesota.
The lists of the final five for the American League and National League, respectively, are courtesy of MLB.com.
- Dallas Keuchel, SP, Houston Astros
- Corey Kluber, SP, Cleveland Indians
- Rick Porcello, SP, Detroit Tigers
- Garrett Richards, SP, Los Angeles Angels
- Chris Sale, SP, Chicago White Sox
- Casey McGehee, 3B, Miami Marlins
- Justin Morneau, 1B, Colorado Rockies
- Anthony Rendon, 3B, Washington Nationals
- Anthony Rizzo, 1B, Chicago Cubs
- Justin Upton, LF, Atlanta Braves
The Final Vote ballot will run through Thursday, July 10, at 4 p.m. ET, at which point the winners will be announced. Fans can cast their votes for their selections via MLB.com, text message and Twitter. The Twitter portion of the balloting will only be available for the final six hours (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET on Thursday). Details for how to vote can be found on MLB.com.
What follows are the odds of every candidate winning a spot. Now, let's see who has the best chances of earning an All-Star nod.