MLB All-Star Game Rosters Announced

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Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Pictured: Elly De La Cruz of the Cincinnati Reds and Juan Soto of the New York Yankees

We already knew who was starting the 2024 MLB All-Star Game.

Now we know the full roster as Major League Baseball announced complete squads for the American League and National League Sunday afternoon.

The Philadelphia Phillies boast the most players of any team with seven. They have three starters in Bryce Harper, Trea Turner and Alec Bohm, two starting pitchers in Ranger Suarez and Zack Wheeler as well as a pair of relief pitchers in Jeff Hoffman and Matt Strahm.

The Cleveland Guardians own the most selections in the AL with five. They have two starters in Jose Ramirez and Steven Kwan, two reserves in Josh Naylor and David Fry and a relief pitcher in closer Emmanuel Clase.

This year's teams include 23 first-time All-Stars with 17 in National League and 15 in the American. They also boast four rookies in Paul Skenes, Jackson Merrill and Shota Imanaga for the NL and Mason Miller in the AL.

Here's a look at this year’s All-Star rosters. As always, several players will be added and subtracted based on injuries and those choosing not to participate.

American League All-Stars

Adley RutschmanBaltimore OriolesC
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.Toronto Blue Jays1B
Jose AltuveHouston Astros2B
Gunnar HendersonBaltimore OriolesSS
Jose RamirezCleveland Guardians3B
Steven KwanCleveland GuardiansOF
Aaron JudgeNew York YankeesOF
Juan SotoNew York YankeesOF
Yordan AlvarezHouston AstrosDH
Garrett CrochetChicago White SoxSP
Tarik SkubalDetroit TigersSP
Tanner HouckBoston Red SoxSP
Seth LugoKansas City RoyalsSP
Cole RagansKansas City RoyalsSP
Corbin BurnesBaltimore OriolesSP
Tyler AndersonLos Angeles AngelsSP
Mason MillerOakland AthleticsRP
Kirby YatesTexas RangersRP
Clay HolmesNew York YankeesRP
Emmanuel ClaseCleveland GuardiansRP
Salvador PerezKansas City RoyalsC
Carlos CorreaMinnesota TwinsSS
Rafael DeversBoston Red Sox3B
Kyle Tucker*Houston AstrosOF
Josh NaylorCleveland Guardians1B
Isaac ParedesTampa Bay Rays3B
Bobby Witt Jr.Kansas City RoyalsSS
Jarren DuranBoston Red SoxOF
Riley GreeneDetroit TigersOF
David FryCleveland GuardiansDH

National League All-Stars

William ContrerasMilwaukee BrewersC
Bryce HarperPhiladelphia Phillies1B
Ketel MarteArizona Diamondbacks2B
Trea TurnerPhiladelphia PhilliesSS
Alec BohmPhiladelphia Phillies3B
Christian YelichMilwaukee BrewersOF
Jurickson ProfarSan Diego PadresOF
Fernando Tatis Jr. *San Diego PadresOF
Shohei OhtaniLos Angeles DodgersDH
Ranger SuarezPhiladelphia PhilliesSP
Tyler GlasnowLod Angeles DodgersSP
Shota ImanagaChicago CubsSP
Reynaldo LopezAtlanta BravesSP
Logan WebbSan Francisco GiantsSP
Paul SkenesPittsburgh PiratesSP
Chris SaleAtlanta BravesSP
Zack WheelerPhiladelphia PhilliesSP
Ryan HelsleySt. Louis CardinalsRP
Tanner ScottMiami MarlinsRP
Robert SuarezSan Diego PadresRP
Matt StrahmPhiladelphia PhilliesRP
Jeff HoffmanPhiladelphia PhilliesRP
Will SmithLos Angeles DodgersC
Mookie Betts*Los Angeles DodgersOF
Freddie FreemanLos Angeles Dodgers1B
Teoscar HernandezLos Angeles DodgersOF
Elly De La CruzCincinnati RedsSS
CJ AbramsWashington NationalsSS
Ryan McMahonColorado Rockies3B
Jackson MerrillSan Diego PadresOF
Heliot RamosSan Francisco GiantsOF
Bryan ReynoldsPittsburgh PiratesOF
Marcell OzunaAtlanta BravesDH
Luis ArraezSan Diego Padres1B
Pete AlonsoNew York Mets1B

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