Jun 30, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera (24) at bat against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Detroit Tigers 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

MLB All-Star Selection Show 2013: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Schedule, Vote Leaders and More

The rosters for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game will be announced on Saturday evening on the All-Star Selection Show on FOX. Voting for the rosters ended at midnight on July 4, and we will finally learn who will be representing the National and American League in the summer classic as they battle for home field advantage in the World Series.

When will we find out who the players participating in the all-star game will be? Here is all of the information you will need to know to catch the MLB All-Star Selection Show:

Date: Saturday, July 6
Start Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV Info: FOX (check local listings)

Who do you think will receive the honors? Share your predictions in the comments section below and check out the current leading vote getters at each position.

First Base Team Votes First Base  Team Votes
Chris Davis Orioles 5,468,703 Joey Votto Reds 3,622,608
Prince Fielder Tigers 3,280,681 PaulGoldschmidt D’Backs 3,035,114
Albert Pujols Angels 1,140,420 Allen Craig Cardinals 2,525,399
Mike Napoli Red Sox 1,123,281 Brandon Belt Giants 1,804,152
Mitch Moreland Rangers 1,007,675 Freddie Freeman Braves 1,494,604
Second Base Second Base
Robinson Cano Yankees 3,974,322 Brandon Phillips Reds 3,411,839
Dustin Pedroia Red Sox 2,838,129 Matt Carpenter Cardinals 3,186,423
Ian Kinsler Rangers 1,767,806 Marco Scutaro Giants 3,142,783
Omar Infante Tigers 1,554,514 Daniel Murphy Mets 1,598,297
Jose Altuve Astros 1,227,462 Chase Utley Phillies 1,355,750
Shortstop Shortstop
J.J. Hardy Orioles 3,509,180 Troy Tulowitzki Rockies 4,072,834
Jhonny Peralta Tigers 2,505,348 Brandon Crawford Giants 2,383,248
Elvis Andrus Rangers 2,122,770 Jean Segura Brewers 2,072,083
Jed Lowrie A’s 1,491,376 Pete Kozma Cardinals 1,867,781
Jose Reyes Blue Jays 1,091,707 AndreltonSimmons Braves 1,192,066
Third Base Third Base
Miguel Cabrera Tigers 5,844,165 David Wright Mets 4,452,282
Manny Machado Orioles 2,752,627 Pablo Sandoval Giants 3,610,096
Adrian Beltre Rangers 1,792,809 David Freese Cardinals 2,376,121
Evan Longoria Rays 1,528,877 Chris Johnson Braves 1,234,095
Josh Donaldson A’s 827,381 Ryan Zimmerman Nationals 1,072,563
Catcher Catcher
Joe Mauer Twins 3,869,330 Yadier Molina Cardinals 5,093,645
Matt Wieters Orioles 2,677,959 Buster Posey Giants 4,674,847
A.J. Pierzynski Rangers 1,441,827 John Buck Mets 1,446,565
Carlos Santana Indians 1,285,650 MiguelMontero D’Backs 997,791
Red Sox 1,256,505 Brian McCann Braves 997,322
Designated Hitter Outfield
David Ortiz Red Sox 4,398,197 Carlos Beltran Cardinals 5,013,806
Lance Berkman Rangers 2,004,388 Carlos Gonzalez Rockies 2,928,606
EdwinEncarnacion Blue Jays 1,688,099 Justin Upton Braves 2,917,659
Victor Martinez Tigers 1,257,577 Bryce Harper Nationals 2,902,393
Mark Trumbo Angels 1,190,709 Matt Holliday Cardinals 2,697,608
Outfield AndrewMcCutchen Pirates 2,510,614
Mike Trout Angles 4,822,983
Adam Jones Orioles 4,766,256
Jose Bautista Blue Jays 2,679,230
Nick Markakis Orioles 2,536,864
Torii Hunter Tigers 2,390,336
Nelson Cruz Rangers 2,258,797

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