MLB All-Stars of 2024: Starters, Reserves, and Pitchers in the American League and National League

Major League Baseball (MLB) announced the rosters for the 2024 All-Star Game on Sunday. The Midsummer Classic is scheduled for Tuesday, July 16, at Globe Life Stadium in Arlington, Texas. In this article, we’ll take a look at the starters, reserves, and pitchers in both the American League and National League.

American League


TORONTO, ONTARIO – JULY 3: Ronnel Blanco #56 of the Houston Astros throws a pitch for the Toronto Blue Jays during the first inning of their Major League Baseball game at Rogers Centre on July 3, 2024 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. MARK BLENCH/GETTY IMAGES/AFP (Photo by MARK BLENCH/GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/GETTY IMAGES via AFP) (Getty Images via AFP)

Catcher – Adlee Rutschman (Baltimore Orioles)

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First Base – Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Toronto Blue Jays)

2nd Base – Jose Altuve (Houston Astros)

Third Base – Jose Ramirez (Cleveland Guardians)

Centerfielder – Gunnar Henderson (Baltimore Orioles)

Outfield – Aaron Judge (New York Yankees), Juan Soto (New York Yankees), Stephen Cowan (Cleveland Guardians)

Designated Hitter – Yordan Alvarez (Houston Astros)


Carlos Correa (Minnesota Twins)

Rafael Devers (Boston Red Sox)

Jarren Duran (Boston Red Sox)

David Fry (Cleveland Guardians)

Riley Green (Detroit Tigers)

Josh Naylor (Cleveland Guardians)

Isaac Paredes (Tampa Bay Rays)

Salvador Perez (Kansas City Royals)

Marcus Semien (Texas Rangers)

Kyle Tucker (Houston Astros)

Bobby Witt Jr. (Kansas City Royals)

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Tyler Anderson (Los Angeles Angels)

Corbin Burns (Baltimore Orioles)

Emmanuel Klass (Cleveland Guardians)

Garrett Crochet (Chicago White Sox)

Logan Gilbert (Seattle Mariners)

Clay Holmes (New York Yankees)

Tanner Huyck (Red Sox)

Seth Lugo (Kansas City Royals)

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Mason Miller (Oakland Athletics)

Cole Ragans (Kansas City Royals)

Tarik Skubal (Detroit Tigers)

Kirby Yates (Texas Rangers)

National League


Catcher – William Contrayers (Milwaukee Brewers)

First Base – Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies)

2nd Base – Kettle Marte (Arizona Diamondbacks)

Third Base – Alec Bohm (Philadelphia Phillies)

Shortstop – Trea Turner (Philadelphia Phillies)

Outfield – Christian Yelich (Milwaukee Brewers), Jurickson Profar (San Diego Padres), Fernando Tatis Jr. (San Diego Padres)

Designated Hitter – Shohei Otani (Los Angeles Dodgers)

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CJ Abrams (Washington Nationals)

Pete Alonso (New York Mets)

Luis Arraiz (San Diego Padres)

Mookie Betts (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Eli De La Cruz (Cincinnati Reds)

Freddie Freeman (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Ryan McMahon (Colorado Rockies)

Will Smith (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Teoscar Hernandez (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Jackson Merrill (San Diego Padres)

Heliot Ramos (San Francisco Giants)

Brian Reynolds (San Diego Pirates)


Tyler Glasnow (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Ryan Helsley (St. Louis Cardinals)

Jeff Hoffman (Philadelphia Phillies)

Shota Imanaga (Chicago Cubs)

Reynaldo Lopez (Atlanta Braves)

Chris Sale (Atlanta Braves)

Tanner Scott (Miami Marlins)

Paul Skinis (Pittsburgh Pirates)

Matt Strahum (Philadelphia Phillies)

Ranger Suarez (Philadelphia Phillies)

Robert Suarez (San Diego Padres)

Logan Webb (San Francisco Giants)

Zack Wheeler (Philadelphia Phillies)

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