ESPN's American League All-Stars
In advance of the All-Star Game selections on Sunday, ESPN.com surveyed 31 of ESPN's top baseball minds to find out which American League players should start in the 80th Midsummer Classic on July 14 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Following are our voting results and the choices at each position. (Stats are through Wednesday's games.) Who do you think should start for the American League? Register your vote.• ESPN's National League All-Stars
FIRST BASE: Justin Morneau, Twins
Morneau, who leads AL first basemen in RBIs, narrowly beat out Youkilis.
SECOND BASE: Aaron Hill, Blue Jays
Quite a comeback season for Hill, who missed 108 games in '08.
SHORTSTOP: Derek Jeter, Yankees
Bartlett gave him a strong battle, but Jeter is still the man.
OUTFIELD: Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners
Want 200 hits and Gold Glove defense? No one's as automatic as Ichiro.
STARTING PITCHER: Zack Greinke, Royals
Many predicted a Cy Young for Greinke, who hasn't disappointed.
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80TH MLB ALL-STAR GAME
The 2009 Midsummer Classic will take place on July 14 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Go to ESPN.com's All-Star Game index page for complete coverage of the event.