Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki will be making his fourth All-Star Game appearance and second in a row and will start for the National League at shortstop on July 15.
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By Jon Tayler
July 06, 2014

After months of voting, player campaigns and appeals, the results are in, and the starting lineups and rosters for the American League and National League All-Star teams have been announced. Through the online and in-stadium fan vote, as well as the votes of the players and the work of All-Star managers John Farrell and Mike Matheny, 66 players have been chosen to represent their teams and leagues in Minneapolis for the 85th annual All-Star Game on July 15. The final two names will be chosen through the Final Vote, as done by the fans.

The most notable name on the rosters is Derek Jeter, who will be appearing in his 14th and final All-Star Game after beating the White Sox' Alexei Ramirez in the fan vote at shortstop. The Yankees' captain will be making his ninth start and first appearance at a Midsummer Classic since 2012. The overall leading vote getter was Toronto's Jose Bautista, with over six million votes, edging out Mike Trout; Troy Tulowitzki was the most voted for player on the NL.

Six Oakland Athletics were named to the AL roster, including third base starter Josh Donaldson, the most among any team; Milwaukee was second with four players named on the NL side. The hometown Minnesota Twins had two players named: Reliever Glen Perkins and catcher Kurt Suzuki.

The Final Vote candidates for the AL are all pitchers: Houston's Dallas Keuchel, Cleveland's Corey Kluber, Los Angeles' Garrett Richards, Detroit's Rick Porcello and Chicago's Chris Sale. In the NL, the last spot is between Colorado's Justin Morneau, Chicago's Anthony Rizzo, Washington's Anthony Rendon, Miami's Casey McGehee, and Atlanta's Justin Upton.

Few surprises or major mistakes among AL, NL All-Star rosters

One player who was chosen but won't be playing: Jeff Samardzija. He was voted onto the team as a Cub, but as a result of Saturday's trade to Oakland, he won't be eligible to play in the game. Samardzija will be in attendance, however, and does get to keep his All-Star designation.

As a reminder, all 30 teams must have at least one representative at the All-Star Game, and any pitcher who pitches on July 13 is ineligible to take part in the game.

You can find the full 33-man rosters for each of the AL and NL below. 

*Denotes first-time All-Star.


American League

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Matt Wieters, Baltimore Orioles (currently on DL)

Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals

First Base Miguel Cabrera

Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks

Second Base Robinson Cano Mariners Chase Utley Phillies
Third Base Josh Donaldson Athletics

Aramis Ramirez, Milwaukee Brewers

Shortstop Derek Jeter Yankees Troy Tulowitzki Rockies
Outfield Jose Bautista Blue Jays

Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates

Outfield Mike Trout Angels

Carlos Gomez, Milwaukee Brewers


Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles

Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers*

Designated Hitter Nelson Cruz Orioles



Salvador Perez, C, Kansas City Royals

Jonathan Lucroy, C, Milwaukee Brewers*


Derek Norris, C, Oakland Athletics*

Devin Mesoraco, C, Cincinnati Reds*


Kurt Suzuki, C, Minnesota Twins* Freddie Freeman,  , Atlanta Braves


Jose Abreu, 1B, Chicago White Sox*

Daniel Murphy,  , New York Mets*


Edwin  , Toronto Blue Jays Dee Gordon,  , Los Angeles Dodgers*


Jose  , Houston Astros Todd Frazier,  , Cincinnati Reds*


Adrian  , Texas Rangers Starlin Castro, SS, Chicago Cubs


Alexei Ramirez, SS, Chicago White Sox* Matt Carpenter,  , St. Louis Cardinals


Michael Brantley, OF, Cleveland Indians*

Giancarlo Stanton, OF, Miami Marlins


Yoenis  , OF, Oakland Athletics* Hunter Pence, OF, San Francisco Giants


Brandon Moss, 1B/OF, Oakland Athletics*

Charlie  , OF, Colorado Rockies*


Alex Gordon, OF, Kansas City Royals

Josh Harrison, IF/OF, Pittsburgh Pirates*


Victor Martinez, DH, Detroit Tigers


Rotation and Bullpen Masahiro  , New York Yankees* Johnny  , Cincinnati Reds*


Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners Julio Teheran, Atlanta Braves*


Max  , Detroit Tigers Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers


Yu  , Texas Rangers Zack  , Los Angeles Dodgers


Mark Buehrle, Toronto Blue Jays

Madison  , San Francisco Giants


Scott Kazmir, Oakland Athletics

Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals


David Price, Tampa Bay Rays

Tyson Ross, San Diego Padres*


Jon Lester, Boston Red Sox

Jordan  , Washington Nationals


Glen Perkins, Minnesota Twins Craig  , Atlanta Braves


Greg Holland, Kansas City Royals Aroldis Chapman, Cincinnati Reds


Dellin  , New York Yankees* Francisco Rodriguez, Milwaukee Brewers


Sean  Tony Watson, Pittsburgh Pirates*



Pat Neshek, St. Louis Cardinals*

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