Yesterday MLB announced that Chris Sale and Anthony Rizzo won the balloting for the final spots in the All-Star Game. Each was the best choice, but, yes, each was from Chicago.

A total of 52.5 million votes were cast, but more interesting than that is how MLB has been breaking down the data. They've put together interactive maps that let you see how each county (plus Canada) voted, confirming that voting is ridiculously geography-based, but you need to win over the neutrals to get the nod.

Below are screengrab of each league's Final Votes. Go to MLB's site for the full interactives, which let you click on a county to see the results.

How America Voted In The All-Star Game Final Vote

How America Voted In The All-Star Game Final Vote