Major League Baseball added another twist to the MLB All-Star Game this summer.

Voting for the Midsummer Classic now includes a second round of voting, rather than having one cumulative round to select starters. While the first round simply is tallying votes, the second round adds another level. Round two, or “The Starters Election” is a 28-hour voting period in which fans choose from the top three vote-getters at each position in each league to determine which of those players will start the All-Star game.

So we asked fans, do you like the new process?

See the results of the Dunkin’ Poll in the video above.

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