When the rosters for
The Dodgers might also get a second player into action because rookie sensation
Puig has played only 31 major league games, but he fueled the Dodgers' surge from the
In the regular fan voting, Puig received 842,915 write-in votes, the most since Pittsburgh shortstop
To make the roster, Puig will have to win the vote over one of his mentors, Gonzalez, who started Saturday batting .300 and led the Dodgers in runs, hits, doubles, home runs and runs batted in. Washington shortstop
Voting for the final roster spots in each league will take place in the next five days. Fans can vote at MLB.com, club Internet sites and by mobile phone.
As for the Angels, they can watch Trout and several exes: Among the NL All-Stars are two former Angels prospects who left in trades for veteran pitching. Arizona left-hander Patrick Corbin was sent away in a deal for
Corbin has a record of 9-1 and an earned-run average of 2.49. Segura started Saturday with a .321 batting average.
Harvey led all NL pitchers in the player voting. Kershaw, who has a 7-5 record and a major league-leading 1.93 ERA, was second.
Trout, who began Saturday batting .314 with 20 stolen bases and 13 home runs among 42 extra-base hits, received the second-most fan votes among American League outfielders behind Baltimore's
Last season, Trout was chosen to the team as a reserve. "Definitely means a lot more to start the game, to be mentally prepared that you're going to be starting the game," Trout said Saturday before the Angels played the
Trout, 21, and Washington outfielder
AL Central leader Detroit led all teams with six All-Stars, including right-hander
Division leaders Pittsburgh, Atlanta and Arizona did not place a player in the NL's starting lineup.
Times staff writer Jim Peltz contributed to this report.