We asked you to #ClickCorey, and you got him into the starting lineup.
Major League Baseball announced Sunday night that Corey Dickerson will be the starting designated hitter for the American League as voted by the fans for the 88th All-Star Game, set to be played July 11 at Marlins Park in Miami.
Dickerson, who started in fourth place in the first update of fan voting before campaigns (including our own #ClickCorey campaign) pushed him to the top of the table, leads the American League in hits (104) and multi-hit games (33). He's also in the top 10 in the league in batting average, runs scored, doubles, triples, home runs, slugging percentage, OPS, extra-base hits, and total bases.
The 28-year-old, making his first Mid-season Classic appearance, will be the fourth Rays player to start in the All-Star Game, following LHP David Price, 3B Evan Longoria, and OF Carl Crawford, all of whom started in the 2010 game.
Meanwhile, first baseman Logan Morrison was named as a part of the Final Five voting for the team, joining Elvis Andrus of the Rangers, Boston's Xander Bogaerts, Did Gregorius of ther Yankees, and Kansas City's Mike Moustakas.