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MLB All-Star rosters revealed; Phillies lead with 7 picks

The full rosters for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game were revealed Sunday.

The Philadelphia Phillies will send a major league-high and franchise-record seven players to this year’s Midsummer Classic, slated for July 16 in Arlington, Texas.

The pitching staffs and reserves were solidified Sunday after starting lineups were announced last Wednesday. Though fans elected the starters, the player and league office voted on pitchers and reserves.

The American League and National League rosters skew young, with a total of 32 first-time All-Stars. That includes Pittsburgh Pirates rookie pitcher Paul Skenes, Cincinnati Reds phenom Elly De La Cruz and 21-year-old San Diego Padres infielder Jackson Merrill.

Skenes is the first player to be voted to the All-Star Game in the season after being selected No. 1 overall in the MLB draft.

The senior-most All-Stars in this year’s crop are Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez and Houston Astros infielder Jose Altuve, each earning their ninth career trip to the game. Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Mookie Betts was voted to his eighth consecutive All-Star Game, though he will not be active for the game due to a broken hand.

As for the Phillies, four of their pitchers were selected Sunday to join three previously revealed starting infielders Bryce Harper, Trea Turner and Alec Bohm. Ranger Suarez (276) accumulated the most votes among all MLB pitchers and will be joined by Philadelphia teammates Zack Wheeler, Matt Strahm and Jeff Hoffman.

The Cleveland Guardians paced the AL with five selections. Starters Jose Ramirez and Steven Kwan are being joined by reserves Josh Naylor and David Fry and closer Emmanuel Clase.

The full rosters are as follows:

NL starting lineup

Catcher: William Contreras, Brewers

First base: Bryce Harper, Phillies

Second base: Ketel Marte, Diamondbacks

Third base: Alec Bohm, Phillies

Shortstop: Trea Turner, Phillies

Outfield: Christian Yelich, Brewers; Jurickson Profar, Padres; Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres

Designated hitter: Shohei Ohtani, Dodgers

NL reserves

CJ Abrams, Nationals; Pete Alonso, Mets; Luis Arraez, Padres; Mookie Betts, Dodgers; Elly De La Cruz, Reds; Freddie Freeman, Dodgers; Ryan McMahon, Rockies; Will Smith, Dodgers; Teoscar Hernandez, Dodgers; Jackson Merrill, Padres; Heliot Ramos, Giants; Bryan Reynolds, Pirates

NL pitchers

Tyler Glasnow, Dodgers; Ryan Helsley, Cardinals; Jeff Hoffman, Phillies; Shota Imanaga, Cubs; Reynaldo Lopez, Braves; Chris Sale, Braves; Tanner Scott, Marlins; Paul Skenes, Pirates; Matt Strahm, Phillies; Ranger Suarez, Phillies; Robert Suarez, Padres; Logan Webb, Giants; Zack Wheeler, Phillies

AL starting lineup

Catcher: Adley Rutschman, Orioles

First base: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays

Second base: Jose Altuve, Astros

Third base: Jose Ramirez, Guardians

Shortstop: Gunnar Henderson, Orioles

Outfield: Aaron Judge, Yankees; Juan Soto, Yankees; Steven Kwan, Guardians

Designated hitter: Yordan Alvarez, Astros

AL reserves

Carlos Correa, Twins; Rafael Devers, Red Sox; Jarren Duran, Red Sox; David Fry, Guardians; Riley Greene, Tigers; Josh Naylor, Guardians; Isaac Paredes, Rays; Salvador Perez, Royals; Marcus Semien, Rangers; Kyle Tucker, Astros; Bobby Witt Jr., Royals

AL pitchers

Tyler Anderson, Angels; Corbin Burnes, Orioles; Emmanuel Clase, Guardians; Garrett Crochet, White Sox; Logan Gilbert, Mariners; Clay Holmes, Yankees; Tanner Houck, Red Sox; Seth Lugo, Royals; Mason Miller, Athletics; Cole Ragans, Royals; Tarik Skubal, Tigers; Kirby Yates, Rangers

–Field Level Media


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