The 2013 MLB All-Star teams will be unveiled on Saturday after several months of fan voting. The rosters will be announced live on a made-for-TV selection show.
Voting totals were last announced earlier in the week, and Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera led all of baseball with slightly fewer than 6 million votes. St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina was the National League's leading vote-getter at the time, being selected on more than 5 million ballots.
A lot of the positions had large gaps between the first and second-place candidates, but the outfield spots in each league are still a mystery. In the American League, Toronto Blue Jays' slugger Jose Bautista was third in the voting when the totals were last announced, but only led Nick Markakis of the Baltimore Orioles by approximately 150,000 votes.
The story was the same in the NL, where fewer than 27,000 votes separated the trio of Colorado Rockies star Carlos Gonzalez, Atlanta Braves slugger Justin Upton and Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper.
Backups, pitchers and Final Vote candidates will also be announced during the show.
Start time: 6:30 p.m. ET