2024 MLB All-Star Game: Full rosters announced, Phillies land 7 players

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - JULY 02: A general view of signage promoting the 2024 MLB All Star Game is shown outside the ballpark before the game \bw at Globe Life Field on July 02, 2024 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Sam Hodde/Getty Images)

MLB has announced the full rosters for the upcoming 2024 All-Star Game in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Sam Hodde/Getty Images)

The Midsummer Classic is on July 16, less than 10 days away. Soon, MLB players and their families will descend on Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas for the All-Star Game, baseball’s celebration of its best and brightest players.

But who will those players be? MLB has put out tantalizing tidbits over the last week, but the wait is finally over. The full rosters were released on Sunday.

Here’s a quick refresher on how these teams were chosen. Each roster of 32 players was put together using a combination of fan voting, player voting, and commissioner’s office choices. The fan vote determines the starting nine (eight position players plus designated hitter) for the American League and National League. 17 spots — five starting pitchers, three relievers, and one backup for each position — are determined by voting from the players themselves. And the six final spots on each team are filled by the commissioner’s office, who makes sure all 30 teams have at least one representative.

Catcher: Adley Rutschman, Baltimore Orioles (2nd All-Star selection)
First base: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays (4th)
Second base: Jose Altuve, Houston Astros (9th)
Shortstop: Gunnar Henderson, Baltimore Orioles (1st)
Third base: Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Guardians (6th)
Outfield: Aaron Judge, New York Yankees (6th, top AL vote-getter)
Outfield: Juan Soto, New York Yankees (4th)
Outfield: Steven Kwan, Cleveland Guardians (1st)
Designated hitter: Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros (3rd)

Corbin Burns, Baltimore Orioles
Tyler Anderson, Los Angeles Angels
Garret Crochet, Chicago White Sox
Tarik Skubal, Detroit Tigers
Tanner Houck, Boston Red Sox
Seth Lugo, Kansas City Royals
Cole Ragans, Kansas City royals
Logan Gilbert, Seattle Mariners


Mason Miller, Oakland A’s
Kirby Yates, Texas Rangers
Emmanuel Clase, Cleveland Guardians

Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals
Josh Naylor, Cleveland Guardians
Carlos Correa, Minnesota Twins
Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox
Marcus Semien, Texas Rangers
Kyle Tucker, Houston Astros
Josh Naylor, Cleveland Guardians
Isaac Paredes, Tampa Bay Rays
Bobby Witt Jr., Kansas City Royals
Jarren Duran, Boston Red Sox
Riley Green, Detroit Tigers
David Fry, Cleveland Guardians

Catcher: William Contreras, Milwaukee Brewers (2nd)
First base: Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies (9th, top NL vote-getter)
Second base: Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks (2nd)
Shortstop: Trea Turner, Philadelphia Phillies (3rd)
Third base: Alec Bohm, Philadelphia Phillies (1st)
Outfield: Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers (3rd)
Outfield: Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres (2nd)
Outfield: Jurickson Profar, San Diego Padres (1st)
Designated hitter: Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers (4th)

Starting pitchers
Paul Skenes, Pittsburgh Pirates
Ranger Suárez, Philadelphia Phillies
Tyler Glasnow, Los Angeles Dodgers
Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs
Reynaldo López, Atlanta Braves
Logan Webb, San Francisco Giants
Chris Sale, Atlanta Braves
Zack Wheeler, Philadelphia Phillies

Ryan Helsley, St. Louis Cardinals
Tanner Scott, Miami Marlins
Robert Suarez, San Diego Padres
Matt Strahm, Philadelphia Phillies
Jeff Hoffman, Philadelphia Phillies

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

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