This article is part of our MLB Barometer series.
With All-Star voting ending this week, it's time to unveil your 2019 fantasy All-Stars. The following table shows the players who top each league in their respective positions as of Monday, according to our earned auction values:
Being a fantasy star correlates very well with what we're looking for as an All-Star, so consider submitting something close to the names above if you're interested in voting for the All-Star game. Unfortunately, the new primary system didn't do a perfect job, so you won't be able to vote for Devers, Mondesi, Santana or Ozuna, but the rest of the hitters are available.
Overall, the list is mostly filled with players we expected to be good, though there are certainly surprises. Carlos Santana is one of those, as he was drafted 21st among first baseman in the NFBC, though the top five first basemen by earned auction value are in the National League. Still, he's been a big bargain for those lucky enough to draft him. Devers was drafted as the 20th third baseman, though he did at least have years of prospect hype. Domingo Santana deserves a