The 2011 MLB All-Star rosters will be announced on Sunday, marking the end of the fan vote that's been ongoing this season. The MLB plans to turn the announcement into an hour-long special by broadcasting the 2011 MLB All-Star Selection Show, with the teams set to be revealed to the world over the course of the show.
Here's the information for Sunday's selection show.
Time: The 2011 MLB All-Star Selection Show gets underway at 12 p.m. EDT. The show is set to stretch an hour, with plenty of analysis and drawn-out drama ahead of the announcement of the selections.
TV information: The All-Star Selection will be broadcast live on TBS. The show is set to precede Sunday's broadcast of the Subway Series between the New York Yankees and New York Mets on TBS.
Voting update: At last check, Albert Pujols (1B), Rickie Weeks (2B), Troy Tulowitzki (SS), Placido Polanco (3B), Brian McCann (C), Ryan Braun (OF), Lance Berkman (OF) and Matt Kemp (OF) were leading the voting in the National League. Russell Martin (C), Adrian Gonzalez (1B), Robinson Cano (2B), Alex Rodriguez (3B), Derek Jeter (SS), David Ortiz (DH), Jose Bautista (OF), Curtis Granderson (OF) and Josh Hamilton (OF) were leading the American League voting.
For the latest on the 2011 MLB All-Star Game voting, stay with this StoryStream. We'll be back with results and analysis as the teams are announced at 12 p.m. EDT.