American League All-Stars Win Popularity Contest

The American League All-Stars beat their National League opponents in popularity among Americans according to E-Score®, a leading consumer research service that provides information to media and entertainment companies.  E-Score uses national surveys that measure the marketability of more than 7,000 celebrities, including 1,500 athletes.

On average, the top ten American League All-Stars have higher E-Scores than their National League counterparts. David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox leads all All-Stars with an E-Score of 72, while the leader among the NL All-Stars, SF Giant Buster Posey, would rank no higher than 6th among his AL counterparts.

The Detroit Tigers have the most players on the list with four, while the New York Yankees, Colorado Rockies, and Boston Red Sox are second with two players each.

Here are the Top 10 All-Stars from each league ranked by E-Score:

MLB All-Stars 2013

E-Score Celebrity is conducted weekly among a nationally representative sample of 1,100 respondents ages 13+

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