All-Star snubs: Polanco (NL), Seager (AL) lead list of players left off rosters

Pair of Pirates outfielders among All-Star game snubs
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Pair of Pirates outfielders among All-Star game snubs
Wednesday July 6th, 2016

This year's All-Star voting results are out, and with both the American League and National League squads filled out (minus the winners of each league's Final Vote), it's time to see which deserving players missed the cut for each roster. Some of these names may end up making it to San Diego as injury replacements or alternates, but their seasons should have already landed them spots on the team.

(Note: Final Vote candidates are not included here, although there's an easy case to be made for a few of those players to have made the team outright. In particular, the Diamondbacks' Jake Lamb—who leads all third basemen in slugging percentage and is third in OPS+, fifth in home runs and seventh in Baseball Reference's Wins Above Replacement at the position—shouldn't have to sweat out a couple of days of fan voting for a roster spot.)

Players are listed alphabetically; all stats are through Tuesday, July 5.