Pick Perfect

June 08, 2015

A breakdown of future All-Stars chosen by each team and the total number of All-Star seasons those players produced for the clubs that drafted them shows which teams have had a knack for finding the true greats. For example, the Yankees have drafted and hung on to relatively few All-Stars (nine)—but they've had staying power (42 All-Star seasons).

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Teams All-Star Players All-Star Seasons
Angels 23 42
Reds 23 56
Braves 22 57
Athletics 21 56
Red Sox 21 68
Dodgers 20 55
Twins 19 44
Brewers 18 37
Giants 18 40
Astros 17 36
Nationals 17 45
Phillies 17 47
Royals 17 40
Tigers 16 44
Cardinals 15 38
Blue Jays 15 32
White Sox 15 32
Cubs 13 19
Indians 12 25
Mariners 12 26
Orioles 12 45
Pirates 12 22
Rangers 12 26
Mets 9 24
Yankees 9 42
Padres 8 28
Rockies 8 17
Diamondbacks 5 9
Marlins 5 8
Rays 5 13

SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE

The Knicks produced and distributed a highlight video of center Andrea Bargnani, who averaged 14.8 points in 29 games last season.

FOUR HUNDRED THIRTY SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS PHOTONATHANIEL S. BUTLER/NBAE/GETTY IMAGES (APOC)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)