Starters for the MLB All-Star Game: Shohei Ohtani and seven first-timers are chosen by fans.

This Significant Association Baseball Elite player Game will include fresh blood, however moment influence.

The results of the fan balloting for the second phase of voting were released on Thursday, and seven first-time All-Stars were chosen to start the game on July 11 at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park.

By leading their respective leagues in voting during the first stage, Los Angeles Angels superstar Shohei Ohtani and Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acua Jr. have already secured starting positions. The final round of voting, which lasted from Monday until Thursday at noon Eastern Time (ET), saw two of the 16 other finalists advance to the next stage.

The victors generally mirrored a changing tide across the significant associations.

A group of first-time electees led by Arizona Diamondbacks rookie outfielder Corbin Carroll, a native of the Pacific Northwest, was responsible for transforming the fortunes of many of their teams. In total, fans chose nine starters for the first time.

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A gander at the fan-chose starters for the 93rd Elite player Game, with details entering Thursday: