MLB News: All Star Game Line Ups Revealed

2024 MLB All-Star Game Lineups Revealed


The full 2024 MLB All-Star rosters are set, with Major League Baseball announcing the pitchers and reserves. The best players on the same diamond always make for exciting MLB game lines

The Philadelphia Phillies lead all teams with three starters: first baseman Bryce Harper, third baseman Alec Bohm, and shortstop Trea Turner. Four more Phillies were also selected as All-Stars: pitchers Zack Wheeler, Ranger Suárez, Jeff Hoffman, and Matt Strahm.

The rosters include 32 first-time selections, featuring notable names such as Pittsburgh Pirates rookie right-hander Paul Skenes, Kansas City Royals shortstop Bobby Witt Jr., Elly de la Cruz of the Cincinnati Reds, and rookie outfielder Jackson Merril of the San Diego Padres.


Key Players and Teams

Other significant American League selections and National League selections include Cleveland Guardians designated hitter/outfielder David Fry, first baseman Josh Naylor, third baseman José Ramirez, outfielder Steven Kwan, and relief pitcher Emmanuel Clase. 

The Detroit Tigers also have representatives, such as pitcher Tarik Skubal and outfielder Riley Greene. Meanwhile, Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa was chosen, although he left Sunday’s game against the Houston Astros with an apparent injury after being hit on the hand by a pitch.

Each league’s starting lineup for the 2024 All-Star Game comes from only five teams: the Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, and Padres in the NL, and the Guardians, Orioles, Astros, Blue Jays, and New York Yankees in the AL. The All-Star Game begins on July 16 at 8 p.m. ET at Globe Life Field.


Notable Snubs

Among the notable snubs are Christian Walker from the Diamondbacks and Francisco Lindor from the Mets. Walker, who ranks third in the NL for home runs, did not make the team due to the intense competition at his position.

Lindor missed out despite ranking seventh in the league in fWAR, mainly because of the presence of other top shortstops and limited roster spots.


American League and National League Rosters


American League Starters

  • Adley Rutschman (Catcher, Baltimore Orioles)
  • José Ramírez (Third baseman, Cleveland Guardians)
  • Aaron Judge (Outfielder, New York Yankees)
  • Steven Kwan (Outfielder, Cleveland Guardians)
  • Vladimir Guerrero (First baseman, Toronto Blue Jays)
  • Gunnar Henderson (Shortstop, Baltimore Orioles)
  • Yordan Álvarez (Designated hitter, Houston Astros)
  • Juan Soto (Outfielder, New York Yankees)
  • Jose Altuve (Second baseman, Houston Astros)


American League Pitchers

  • Clay Holmes (New York Yankees)
  • Garrett Crochet (Chicago White Sox)
  • Seth Lugo (Kansas City Royals)
  • Mason Miller (Oakland Athletics)
  • Logan Gilbert (Seattle Mariners)
  • Tanner Houck (Boston Red Sox)
  • Corbin Burns (Baltimore Orioles)
  • Tyler Anderson (Los Angeles Angels)
  • Emmanuel Clase (Cleveland Guardians)
  • Cole Ragans (Kansas City Royals)
  • Tarik Skubal (Detroit Tigers)
  • Kirby Yates (Texas Rangers)


American League Reserves

  • Infielders: Carlos Correa (Minnesota Twins), Rafael Devers (Boston Red Sox), Isaac Paredes (Tampa Bay Rays), Bobby Witt Jr. (Kansas City Royals), Marcus Semien (Texas Rangers), Josh Naylor (Cleveland Guardians)
  • Outfielders: Kyle Tucker (Houston Astros), Riley Greene (Detroit Tigers), Jarren Duran (Boston Red Sox)
  • Catcher: Salvador Perez (Kansas City Royals)
  • Designated Hitter: David Fry (Cleveland Guardians)


National League Starters

  • Trea Turner (Shortstop, Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Bryce Harper (First baseman, Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Christian Yelich (Outfielder, Milwaukee Brewers)
  • William Contreras (Catcher, Milwaukee Brewers)
  • Ketel Marte (Second baseman, Arizona Diamondbacks)
  • Shohei Ohtani (Designated hitter, Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Alec Bohm (Third baseman, Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Jurickson Profar (Outfielder, San Diego Padres)
  • Fernando Tatis Jr. (Outfielder, San Diego Padres)


National League Pitchers

  • Matt Strahm (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Shota Imanaga (Chicago Cubs)
  • Tyler Glasnow (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Reynaldo López (Atlanta Braves)
  • Paul Skenes (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  • Zack Wheeler (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Ryan Helsley (St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Tanner Scott (Miami Marlins)
  • Chris Sale (Atlanta Braves)
  • Robert Suarez (San Diego Padres)
  • Jeff Hoffman (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Logan Webb (San Francisco Giants)
  • Ranger Suárez (Philadelphia Phillies)


National League Reserves

  • Infielders: Pete Alonso (New York Mets), Freddie Freeman (Los Angeles Dodgers), Luis Arraez (San Diego Padres), Elly De La Cruz (Cincinnati Reds), CJ Abrams (Washington Nationals), Ryan McMahon (Colorado Rockies), Mookie Betts (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Outfielders: Jackson Merrill (San Diego Padres), Bryan Reynolds (Pittsburgh Pirates), Heliot Ramos (San Francisco Giants), Teoscar Hernández (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Catcher: Will Smith (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Designated Hitter: Marcell Ozuna (Atlanta Braves)


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