In conjunction with the official launch of the 2022 Chevrolet MLB All-Star Ballot, the Minnesota Twins today announced “Vote Early, Vote Often, Vote Twins” ticket deals. Beginning now through the duration of Phase One All-Star Balloting, which ends at 1:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, June 30, the following three ticket discounts are available for any fan who votes often enough through twinsbaseball.com and selects “Twins” as their favorite team (limit 5 votes per day, per account; up to 14 designated Twins home games at Target Field are available, subject to availability):
• 25 Votes for 25% Off Tickets: Any fan who votes at least 25 times before 1:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, June 30 will receive 25 percent off Field View and/or Diamond View tickets to any of 14 designated Twins home games, subject to availability (limit 19 tickets per account, per game).
• 50 Votes for 50% off Tickets: Any fan who votes at least 50 times before 1:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, June 30 will receive 50 percent off Field View and/or Diamond View tickets to any of 14 designated Twins home games, subject to availability (limit 10 tickets per account, per game).
• 100 Votes for $1 Tickets: Any fan who votes at least 100 times before 1:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, June 30 may purchase $1 Field View and/or Diamond View tickets for one of 14 designated Twins home games, subject to availability (limit 8 tickets for 1 game per account).
The 14 designated Twins home games available, while ticket supplies last, are: June 21 vs. Cleveland; July 1 vs. Baltimore; July 14 vs. Chicago-AL; August 1, 2 and 3 vs. Detroit; August 15, 16 and 17 vs. Kansas City; September 13, 14 and 15 vs. Kansas City; and September 27 and 28 vs. Chicago-AL. For full terms and conditions of the “Vote Early, Vote Often, Vote Twins” deal, please visit twinsbaseball.com/vote.
The 2022 Chevrolet MLB All-Star Ballot will determine the eight position players and one designated hitter in the American League and National League who will start the 2022 MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard. Fans may select one player for each infield position, three for outfield positions and one for the designated hitter spot; or, write-in one player for each position.
The top overall vote getter in both the American and National Leagues automatically earn a starting spot in the All-Star Game at their designated position; for the remaining positions in each League, the top two players by Phase One vote totals for each infield position, the top six outfielders and the top two designated hitters move on to Phase Two from July 5-8.
The complete All-Star rosters will be announced on Sunday, July 10, with the 2022 MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard set for Tuesday, July 19 at Dodger Stadium.
The following Minnesota Twins are on the 2022 Chevrolet MLB All-Star Ballot:
• C – Gary Sánchez: His 13 doubles, seven home runs, 27 RBI, .435 slugging percentage and .717 OPS overall all rank either first or second in the AL among primary catchers.
• 1B – Luis Arraez: Leads all of MLB with a .361 batting average and a .448 on-base percentage; has walked more times (24) than he has struck out (16).
• 2B – Jorge Polanco: 2019 All-Star starter at shortstop leads the Twins with 31 RBI – second among all American League second basemen; he also ranks fourth at the position with seven HR.
• SS – Carlos Correa: Has hit .363 (29-for-80) with a .414 on-base percentage, .525 slugging percentage and .939 OPS in his last 19 games, with seven doubles, two home runs and 15 RBI.
• 3B – Gio Urshela: Hitting .338 (25-for-74) with four doubles, four home runs, 16 RBI and a .944 OPS in his last 21 games; since May 14, he ranks 7th in the AL for average and is tied for 8th in RBI.
• OF – Trevor Larnach: Leads the Twins with a 1.8 WAR (per Baseball Reference); has 16 extra-base hits and 16 RBI in 38 games, while he is tied for second among AL leftfielders with 3 OF assists.
• OF – Byron Buxton: Leads the Twins and is tied for seventh in the AL with 12 HR; ranks in the 94th percentile for all MLB players in average exit velocity (92.6 mph) and barrel percentage (16.0%).
• OF – Max Kepler: Tied for third on the Twins with a 1.6 WAR (per Baseball Reference) and third with 26 RBI; has a career-high 43.3% hard-hit rate (batted balls with an exit velocity over 95 mph).
• DH – Kyle Garlick: Leads the Twins with a .567 slugging percentage and an .890 OPS; is tied for fourth in home runs (6) despite playing only 28 games due to injury.
(info courtesy of Twins)