Ronald Acuna Jr. is a frontrunner for National League MVP and after leading all players in total votes in the first phase of All-Star voting, he’ll be headed to his fourth All-Star Game as a starting outfielder — and there’s a good chance he’ll be joined by some of his Atlanta Braves teammates in the starting lineup.

The first phase of voting narrows each position to two finalists, with the recipient with the most votes in each league rewarded as the automatic starter at his position. Acuna tallied 3,082,600 votes to lead all players while Shohei Ohtani led all American League players with 2,646,307 votes and will start at designated hitter for the third consecutive season.

The second phase to determine the remaining 16 positional starters for the July 11 contest in Seattle will run from noon ET on Monday through noon ET on Thursday, June 29. Vote totals from the first phase do not carry over and fans will be allowed to vote just once per 24-hour period.

National League finalists:

Catcher: Sean Murphy, Braves; Will Smith, Dodgers First base: Freddie Freeman, Dodgers; Matt Olson, Braves Second base: Luis Arraez, Marlins; Ozzie Albies, Braves Third base: Nolan Arenado, Cardinals; Austin Riley, Braves Shortstop: Orlando Arcia, Braves; Francisco Lindor, Mets Outfield: Mookie Betts, Dodgers; Corbin Carroll, Diamondbacks; Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Diamondbacks; Michael Harris II, Braves DH: J.D. Martinez, Dodgers; Bryce Harper, Phillies

American League finalists:

Catcher: Adley Rutschman, Orioles; Jonah Heim, Rangers First base: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays; Yandy Diaz, Rays Second base: Marcus Semien, Rangers; Whit Merrifield, Blue Jays Third base: Josh Jung, Rangers; Matt Chapman, Blue Jays Shortstop: Bo Bichette, Blue Jays; Corey Seager, Rangers Outfield: Aaron Judge, Yankees; Mike Trout, Angels; Randy Arozarena, Rays; Yordan Alvarez, Astros; Kevin Kiermaier, Blue Jays; Adolis Garcia, Rangers