MLB All-Star Game Rosters

2024 MLB All-Star Game Rosters: 32 First-Time Selections, Including 7 Phillies

The excitement is building as we approach the 2024 MLB All-Star Game, set for July 16 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. This event, also known as the Midsummer Classic, is baseball’s way of celebrating its top players. With the rosters now revealed, fans can finally see who made the cut.

There are 32 first-time All-Stars this year, making up half of the total selections. The Philadelphia Phillies lead with seven players on the roster, closely followed by the Los Angeles Dodgers with six.

MLB All-Star Game Rosters 2024

These MLB All-Star game rosters were chosen through a mix of fan votes, player votes, and choices by the commissioner’s office. Fans voted for the starting nine for both the American League and National League, which includes eight position players and a designated hitter. The players themselves voted for 17 additional spots, while the last six positions were filled by the commissioner’s office to ensure that all 30 teams have at least one player representing them at the event.

MLB All-Star Game Rosters

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American League


The American League’s starting lineup is packed with talent and future MLB postseason qualifiers. Catcher Adley Rutschman of the Baltimore Orioles is making his second All-Star appearance. At first base, Toronto Blue Jays’ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is in his fourth All-Star Game. Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve holds down second base for his ninth selection. Shortstop Gunnar Henderson, also from the Orioles, is making his first appearance.

Over at third base, it’s Jose Ramirez from the Cleveland Guardians with his sixth selection. The outfield includes some heavy hitters: Aaron Judge and Juan Soto from the New York Yankees, with Judge earning his sixth selection and Soto his fourth. Steven Kwan from the Cleveland Guardians completes the outfield, making his first All-Star appearance. As a designated hitter, Yordan Alvarez of the Houston Astros is in his third All-Star Game.


The American League’s pitching roster is full of talent. From the Chicago White Sox, left-handed pitcher Garrett Crochet makes his debut as an All-Star. Joining him is Tarik Skubal from the Detroit Tigers, who is also a lefty making his first appearance. On the right-handed side, Tanner Houck of the Boston Red Sox and Seth Lugo of the Kansas City Royals earn their spots.

Cole Ragans, another Royals pitcher, adds some left-handed depth. Representing the Seattle Mariners is righty Logan Gilbert, making his second All-Star appearance. Baltimore Orioles’ Corbin Burnes, although usually in the National League, finds himself on this roster due to team changes this year.

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The Los Angeles Angels have lefty Tyler Anderson showcasing his skills. From the Oakland Athletics comes right-hander Mason Miller. Texas Rangers’ Kirby Yates brings his veteran experience to the bullpen. Finally, Clay Holmes of the New York Yankees and Emmanuel Clase of the Cleveland Guardians round out the roster, both known for their closing abilities.


The American League’s reserve players include the following: C Salvador Perez (Royals),  INF Josh Naylor (Guardians), INF Marcus Semien (Rangers), INF Rafael Devers (Red Sox), INF Isaac Paredes (Rays), INF Carlos Correa (Twins), INF Bobby Witt Jr. (Royals), OF Kyle Tucker (Astros), OF Jarren Duran (Red Sox), OF Riley Greene (Tigers), DH David Fry (Guardians). 

National League


The National League’s starting lineup is a mix of seasoned pros and promising newcomers. Catcher William Contreras from the Milwaukee Brewers is making his second All-Star appearance. At first base, the top National League vote-getter, Bryce Harper from the Philadelphia Phillies, is set for his ninth All-Star Game. Ketel Marte of the Arizona Diamondbacks will be playing at second base, marking his second selection.

Trea Turner, representing the Philadelphia Phillies, will take his position as shortstop for the third time. Alec Bohm, also from the Phillies, is making his first All-Star appearance at third base. In the outfield, fans will see Christian Yelich from the Milwaukee Brewers, who has earned his third selection. Fernando Tatis Jr. and Jurickson Profar, both from the San Diego Padres, will complete the outfield. Tatis Jr. is making his second appearance, while it’s the first for Profar.

Designated hitter Shohei Ohtani from the Los Angeles Dodgers will be making his fourth appearance in this role. This lineup showcases a blend of power and skill, promising to make the game an exciting display of baseball talent.


The National League’s pitching squad is loaded with talent. Leading the left-handed pitchers is Ranger Suárez from the Philadelphia Phillies. Chris Sale and Shota Imanaga bring their skills from the Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs. Among the powerful right-handers, Tyler Glasnow represents the Los Angeles Dodgers, while Logan Webb stands strong for the San Francisco Giants.

Reynaldo López from the Atlanta Braves and Paul Skenes of the Pittsburgh Pirates also join the team, adding more depth. The Philadelphia Phillies contribute heavily, with both Zack Wheeler and Jeff Hoffman on the roster. Ryan Helsley from the St. Louis Cardinals and Robert Suarez from the San Diego Padres complete the right-handed lineup, adding some serious firepower. For the left-handed roster, Matt Strahm from the Phillies and Tanner Scott from the Miami Marlins round out the team, bringing balance and versatility to the National League’s pitching staff.


The National League’s reserves bring a lot of skills and experience to the team: C Will Smith (Dodgers), INF Freddie Freeman (Dodgers), INF (Pete Alonso (Mets), INF Luis Arrez (Padres) INF Ryan McMahon (Rockies), INF Mookie Betts (Dodgers), INF Elly De La Cruz (Reds), INF CJ Abrams (Nationals), OF Teoscar Hernandez (Dodgers), OF Jackson Merrill (Padres), OF Heliot Ramos (Giants), OF Bryan Reynolds (Pirates), DH Marcell Ozuna Braves


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