2024 MLB All-Star Game Rosters: Starters, Reserves, Pitchers & Voting Breakdown

Pitchers and reserves have been named to the American League and National League 2024 All-Star Teams, as announced by Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association.

In addition to the starters who were elected by the fans, pitchers and reserve players were named to the All-Star Game roster by the Player Ballot – a vote of the players, managers and coaches – and by Major League Baseball.

In making its selections as the last step in the process, MLB has ensured that each of the 30 Major League Clubs will be represented at the All-Star Game.

The Philadelphia Phillies, who have an MLB-best record, are sending a Major League-high seven players to Arlington, followed by the Dodgers, who are sending six players, and the Cleveland Guardians, who are sending an AL-best five players along with the San Diego Padres.

The seven players from Philadelphia mark a new franchise record, eclipsing the previous high of five All-Stars accomplished six times (last in 2011).

With six All-Stars, the Dodgers have at least five players headed to the Midsummer Classic for the fifth consecutive time; San Diego’s five All-Stars are tied for the second-most in team history behind six All-Stars in 1985 (also sent five in 1992, 1998 and 2021); Cleveland has at least five All-Stars for the 15th time in team history, and the first since sending six players in 2018; and the Royals have at least four All-Stars for the sixth time in history, and the first time since also having four in 2016.

There are 24 internationally-born players on the All-Star rosters (35.8%), including 14 on the NL roster and nine on the AL roster. The list features players from the Dominican Republic (nine), Venezuela (six), Japan (two), Puerto Rico (two), Canada (one), Cuba (one), Curaçao (one) and Mexico (one). Additionally, 30 of the current 67 All-Stars (44.8%) come from diverse backgrounds.

The Padres’ Jackson Merrill, who at 21 years old is the youngest All-Star, is among four Major League rookies on the All-Star rosters, along with Shota Imanaga of the Chicago Cubs, Mason Miller of the Oakland Athletics and Paul Skenes of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Merrill is the first rookie in San Diego history to earn an All-Star nod, while Imanaga is the first rookie pitcher to make the Midsummer Classic for the Cubs, and the fourth rookie for Chicago overall, joining Kosuke Fukudome (2008), Geovany Soto (2008) and Kris Bryant (2015).

Miller is the seventh Oakland rookie to make the All-Star team and the first since pitcher Ryan Cook in 2012. Skenes is the first rookie hurler in Pittsburgh history, and the second Pirates rookie overall, to make an All-Star team, joining Jason Kendall (1996).

The quartet of rookies are part of a group of 32 All-Stars (17 NL, 15 AL) making their first trip to the Midsummer Classic.

Baltimore Orioles’ Gunnar Henderson is the youngest player on the AL squad, and the fourth-youngest All-Star overall behind Merrill and 22-year-olds Elly De La Cruz of the Cincinnati Reds and Skenes.

The Midsummer Classic rosters feature 19 players age 26-or-younger, including 12 such players on the AL side and seven on the NL squad.

Kirby Yates, who claimed his second career All-Star selection (also 2019), of the host Texas Rangers is the oldest player on the All-Star rosters at 37 years old, while the Atlanta Braves’ Chris Sale is the oldest NL selection at 35 years of age.

Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve and Kansas City Royals’ Salvador Perez are the senior-most All-Stars with nine career selections each, followed by Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, Bryce Harper and Sale (all with eight career selections).

Betts was named to the Midsummer Classic for an eighth consecutive time, and he is followed by his teammates Freeman (sixth straight) and Shohei Ohtani (fourth straight), Corbin Burnes (fourth straight), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (fourth straight), Aaron Judge (fourth straight), José Ramírez (fourth straight), Juan Soto (fourth straight), Pete Alonso (third straight), Yordan Alvarez (third straight), Luis Arraez (third straight), Emmanuel Clase (third straight) and Kyle Tucker (third straight).

All-Star Game information

MLB All-Star Week includes the MLB All-Star Game on July 16, Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on July 15, All-Star Saturday featuring the All-Star Futures Game and the All-Star Celebrity Softball Game on July 13, the MLB Draft on July 14-16, the HBCU Swingman Classic on July 12, and Capital One All-Star Village on July 13-16.

The 94th Midsummer Classic will be televised nationally by FOX Sports; in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and RDS; and worldwide by partners in more than 200 countries.

Fox Deportes will provide Spanish language coverage in the United States.

ESPN Radio will provide exclusive national radio coverage of the All-Star Game, while Univision will provide Spanish language coverage on radio. MLB Network and MLB.com will also provide comprehensive All-Star Week coverage.

Fans will once again have the opportunity to participate in the official voting for the Ted Williams All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award. During the Midsummer Classic, fans can vote exclusively at MLB.com and the 30 club sites – online or via their mobile devices – with the 2024 All-Star Game MLB.com MVP Vote, and their collective voice will represent 20 percent of the official vote determining this year’s recipient of the Arch Ward Trophy.

Complete 2024 MLB All-Star Rosters

Italicized designates fan vote starter
*designates selection by MLB after fan and player votes

American League All-Star Roster

Starting Pitchers
Tyler Anderson*, Los Angeles Angels, 2nd
Corbin Burnes, Baltimore Orioles, 4th
Garrett Crochet, Chicago White Sox, 1st
Logan Gilbert*, Seattle Mariners, 1st
Tanner Houck, Boston Red Sox, 1st
Seth Lugo, Kansas City Royals, 1st
Cole Ragans*, Royals, 1st
Tarik Skubal, Detroit Tigers, 1st

Relief Pitchers
Emmanuel Clase, Cleveland Guardians, 3rd
Clay Holmes*, New York Yankees, 2nd
Mason Miller, Oakland Athletics, 1st
Kirby Yates, Texas Rangers, 2nd

Adley Rutschman, Orioles, 2nd
Salvador Perez, Royals, 9th

First Basemen
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays, 4th
Josh Naylor, Guardians, 1st

Second Basemen
José Altuve, Houston Astros, 9th
Marcus Semien, Texas Rangers, 3rd

Third Basemen
José Ramírez, Guardians, 6th
Rafael Devers, Red Sox, 3rd
Isaac Paredes*, Tampa Bay Rays, 1st

Gunnar Henderson, Orioles, 1st
Bobby Witt Jr, Royals, 1st
Carlos Correa*, Minnesota Twins, 3rd

Jarren Duran, Red Sox, 1st
Riley Greene, Tigers, 1st
Aaron Judge, Yankees, 6th
Steven Kwan, Guardians, 1st
Juan Soto, Yankees, 4th

Kyle Tucker, Astros, 3rd

Designated Hitters
Yordan Alvarez, Astros, 3rd
David Fry, Guardians, 1st

National League All-Star Roster

Starting Pitchers

Tyler Glasnow, Los Angeles Dodgers, 1st (Inactive)
Hunter Greene, Cincinnati Reds, 1st
Shota Imanaga*, Chicago Cubs, 1st
Reynaldo López, Atlanta Braves, 1st
Chris Sale, Braves, 8th
Paul Skenes*, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1st
Ranger Suarez, Philadelphia Phillies, 1st
Logan Webb*, San Francisco Giants, 1st
Zack Wheeler, Phillies, 2nd (Inactive)

Relief Pitchers
Ryan Helsley*, St. Louis Cardinals, 2nd
Jeff Hoffman, Phillies, 1st
Tanner Scott*, Miami Marlins, 1st
Matt Strahm, Phillies, 1st
Robert Suarez, San Diego Padres, 1st

William Contreras, Milwaukee Brewers, 2nd
Will Smith, Dodgers, 2nd

First Basemen
Bryce Harper, Phillies, 8th
Freddie Freeman, Dodgers, 8th
Pete Alonso*, New York Mets, 4th

Second Basemen
Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks, 2nd
Luis Arraez, Padres, 3rd

Third Basemen
Alec Bohm, Phillies, 1st
Ryan McMahon, Colorado Rockies, 1st

Trea Turner, Phillies, 3rd
Mookie Betts, Dodgers, 8th (Inactive)
Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds, 1st
CJ Abrams*, Washington Nationals, 1st

Teoscar Hernández, Dodgers, 2nd
Jackson Merrill, Padres, 1st
Jurickson Profar, Padres, 1st
Helliot Ramos, Giants, 1st
Bryan Reynolds, Pirates, 2nd
Fernando Tatís Jr., Padres, 2nd (Inactive)
Christian Yelich, Brewers, 3rd

Designated Hitters
Shohei Ohtani, Dodgers, 4th
Marcell Ozuna, Braves, 3rd

Player Ballot Results

American League All-Star Roster

Starting Pitchers
Corbin Burnes, BAL – 251
Tarik Skubal, DET – 248
Tanner Houck, BOS – 245
Garrett Crochet, CWS – 212
Seth Lugo, KC – 162

Relief Pitchers
Emmanuel Clase, CLE – 309
Mason Miller, OAK – 243
Kirby Yates, TEX – 82

Adley Rutschman, BAL – 622
Salvador Perez, KC – 270

First Basemen
Josh Naylor, CLE – 490
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., TOR – 346

Second Basemen
Jose Altuve, HOU – 575
Marcus Semien, TEX – 383

Third Basemen
José Ramírez, CLE – 584
Rafael Devers, BOS – 345

Gunnar Henderson, BAL – 665
Bobby Witt Jr., KC – 437

Aaron Judge, NYY – 770
Juan Soto, NYY – 666
Steven Kwan, CLE – 553
Kyle Tucker, HOU – 467
Jarren Duran, BOS – 379
Riley Greene, DET – 230

Designated Hitters
Yordan Alvarez, HOU – 710
David Fry, CLE – 220

National League All-Star Roster

Starting Pitchers
Ranger Suárez, PHI – 276
Tyler Glasnow, LAD – 262
Zack Wheeler, PHI – 208
Chris Sale, ATL – 172
Reynaldo López, ATL – 150

Relief Pitchers
Matt Strahm, PHI – 132
Jeff Hoffman, PHI – 120
Robert Suarez, SD – 111

William Contreras, MIL – 491
Will Smith, LAD – 386

First Basemen
Bryce Harper, PHI – 592
Freddie Freeman, LAD – 422

Second Basemen
Ketel Marte, AZ – 654
Luis Arraez, SD – 229

Third Basemen
Alec Bohm, PHI – 639
Ryan McMahon, COL – 289

Mookie Betts, LAD – 468
Elly De La Cruz, CIN – 236

Jurickson Profar, SD – 604
Christian Yelich, MIL – 523
Teoscar Hernández, LAD – 462
Fernando Tatis Jr., SD – 420
Jackson Merrill, SD – 299
Bryan Reynolds, PIT – 280

Designated Hitters
Shohei Ohtani, LAD – 646
Marcell Ozuna, ATL – 363

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