Team-by-team breakdown of the 2024 All-Stars

July 15th, 2024

The 2024 All-Star rosters have been announced. Here’s who will represent every MLB team in the 94th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard.

Starting lineups were revealed Wednesday, with pitching staffs and reserves announced Sunday. We now know which players will represent the National League and American League on July 16 (8 p.m. ET on FOX) at Globe Life Field.

The MLB-best Phillies lead the way with eight representatives, while the Guardians and Orioles are tied for the AL lead with five. But all 30 clubs are represented.

Rosters can still change between now and the All-Star Game if players drop out due to injury or other factors and are replaced by new players. Any replacements will be added here when they are announced.

^ Player-elected pick
* Choice of MLB
# Chosen as All-Star but will not play
+ Named as a replacement

Here's a team-by-team breakdown of all the 2024 All-Stars, in descending order of total representatives.

PHILLIES (8): (starter), 3B; (starter), 1B; ^, RHP; ^, LHP; #, LHP; (starter), SS; #, RHP; +, LHP

The Phillies possess MLB’s best record and a sizable lead over the Braves in the NL East thanks to All-Star-caliber play all over the roster. Philadelphia has an MLB-high eight All-Star representatives this season, a new franchise record -- the Phils have never had more than five All-Stars before. The Phillies will make up three-fourths of the starting infield, while Wheeler (inactive), Suárez (inactive), Hoffman, Strahm and Sánchez, a late replacement for the Braves' Chris Sale, will represent the pitching staff.

DODGERS (6): #, SS; ^, 1B; ^, OF; #, RHP; (starter), DH; ^, C

The Dodgers have had five All-Star reps in each of the past four Midsummer Classics, but they beat that this year. Ohtani will make his fourth All-Star appearance and his first as a Dodger as the NL starter at DH, while Betts (on the injured list with a fractured left hand) will not participate in his eighth consecutive All-Star Game. Three of the Dodgers’ All-Stars -- Hernández, Glasnow and Ohtani -- were acquired this offseason, though Glasnow will not be able to pitch in the game due to a back injury.

GUARDIANS (5): ^, RHP; ^, DH; (starter), OF; ^, 1B; José Ramírez (starter), 3B

Cleveland has its most All-Stars since having six back in 2018, with Ramírez the lone player to represent the club in both games. Now in his sixth Midsummer Classic, J-Ram will start at third base while Kwan starts in the outfield in his first All-Star Game. Fry and Naylor, who have helped the Guardians get out to a lead in the AL Central, are also first-time All-Stars.

ORIOLES (5): ^, RHP; (starter), SS; (starter), C; Jordan Westburg +, INF; Anthony Santander, OF +

Rutschman will make his second All-Star appearance and his first start behind the plate for the AL squad, while Henderson will make his All-Star debut as the AL’s starting shortstop. Since being acquired from the Brewers in the offseason, Burnes has been one of MLB’s best pitchers and made the All-Star team for the fourth time in his career. Westburg makes his All-Star Game debut as a replacement for Rafael Devers, as does Santander, who takes the place of Kyle Tucker.

PADRES (5): ^, 1B; ^, OF; (starter), OF; ^, LHP; # (starter), OF

Three Padres players are set to make their first All-Star appearances: breakout star Profar, NL Rookie of the Year contender Merrill and lockdown reliever Suarez. The trio has been a big reason for San Diego’s above-.500 record and current NL Wild Card position. So has Arraez, who made his third All-Star Game after being acquired from the Marlins in May. Tatis was named as a starter to his second All-Star Game, but the injured star will not participate.

ROYALS (4): ^, RHP; ^, C; *, LHP; ^, SS

Starting pitching has been a big factor in the Royals’ turnaround season, and they couldn’t have asked for more from Lugo after signing him to a free-agent deal in December. The right-hander will make his first All-Star appearance, as will young stars Ragans and Witt. Perez has been an All-Star mainstay, however; the veteran catcher was selected to his ninth All-Star Game.

BRAVES (4): ^, RHP; ^, DH; ^#, LHP; +, LHP

Spencer Strider and Ronald Acuña Jr. suffered season-ending injuries early in 2024, but the Braves have still weathered the storm so far. López -- a free-agent signing this offseason -- has been phenomenal as a starter, while Sale (eighth All-Star Game) was selected but won't pitch as he is slated to start Sunday for the Braves. Ozuna, who has been one of MLB’s best hitters, was picked for his third Midsummer Classic, while Fried earned his second selection as a replacement for the Phillies' Ranger Suárez.

ASTROS (3): (starter) #, 2B; (starter), DH; #, OF

The Astros’ 2024 All-Stars look plenty familiar. Alvarez and Tucker were each named to the AL squad in ‘22 and ‘23, while Altuve was elected for the ninth time but will not be participating due to a sore left hand. Tucker is currently on the injured list with a right shin contusion and will be unable to play in the game. Three All-Star reps are actually Houston’s fewest since 2016, a testament to the Astros’ recent success.

RED SOX (3): #, 3B; ^, OF; ^, RHP

The Red Sox have three All-Star reps in 2024, a year after having just one (closer Kenley Jansen) in ‘23. Devers was named to his third Midsummer Classic but won't be appearing in the game, while Duran will be playing in his first All-Star Game. Houck, who has a 2.68 ERA in 111 innings this season, will also be making his All-Star debut.

YANKEES (3): *, RHP; (starter), OF; (starter), OF

Judge has been historically great since a lackluster April, earning him his sixth All-Star appearance and fourth consecutive start. He’ll be joined in the AL starting outfield by Soto, who earned his fourth career All-Star nod. With 19 saves in his first 37 outings, Holmes was named to his second All-Star team in three seasons.

RANGERS (3): ^, 2B; ^, RHP; +, SS

The Rangers’ offense hasn’t been what it was in 2023, so maybe it’s no surprise Texas doesn’t have five All-Star starting hitters for the second straight year. Still, Semien will make his third All-Star appearance and his second for the Rangers, and was named as a replacement starter at second base for Jose Altuve. Yates has been a lockdown arm out of the Rangers’ bullpen, and his performance has earned him his first All-Star nod since 2019 with the Padres. Seager, who was added to the roster to replace the Twins' Correa, will make his fifth Midsummer Classic appearance.

BREWERS (2): (starter), C; (starter), OF

It’s been a resurgent year for Yelich, who is having his best offensive season since standout years in 2018 and '19 that saw him win one NL MVP Award and finish second in voting for another. Yelich is one of two Brewers set to start the '24 All-Star Game, with Contreras slated to start behind the plate after a stellar start to the season.

MARINERS (2): #, RHP; Andrés Muñoz +, RHP

Nearly anyone from Seattle’s standout rotation could have made the Midsummer Classic, but Gilbert was deservedly chosen as the Mariners’ first All-Star rep. Having a start scheduled for Sunday led Gilbert to be replaced on the AL roster by Muñoz, also a first-time All-Star.

GIANTS (2): *, OF; *, RHP

Webb, who has a 3.09 ERA in 19 starts for the Giants, was named to his first All-Star Game after finishing second in NL Cy Young Award voting in 2023. He’ll join Ramos -- also a first-time All-Star -- in the 2024 Midsummer Classic. Ramos, a longtime top prospect, has had a breakout season in the outfield for San Francisco since being called up in May.

NATIONALS (2): *, SS; Kyle Finnegan, RHP +

The 23-year-old Abrams is making his first of what could be many All-Star Game appearances. The Nats’ shortstop has 15 home runs, and 15 steals and has already matched last season’s 2.1 Wins Above Replacement (FanGraphs). Abrams has been especially hot of late, with a .951 OPS since the beginning of June. Finnegan was added to the NL pitching staff as a replacement after posting 25 saves before the break, good for third in MLB.

PIRATES (2): ^, OF; *, RHP

Skenes didn’t make his 2024 debut until May 11, but the top prospect has been dominant since getting the call. The right-hander has a 2.12 ERA through his first 10 MLB starts with 78 strikeouts in 59 1/3 innings. Reynolds, who made his first All-Star team in 2021, will make his second appearance.

TIGERS (2): ^, OF; ^, LHP

Selected to his first All-Star Game, Skubal has been dominant since returning from injury in July 2023 and has been a leading contender for this season’s AL Cy Young Award. Greene will also play in his first All-Star contest after hitting .263 with 17 home runs and an .862 OPS through 88 games.

TWINS (2): #, SS; Willi Castro+, INF

This is Correa’s third All-Star selection and deservedly so, as the Twins’ shortstop is having his best season with the Twins and best year since 2021 with the Astros. He will sit out on the game, however, with mild plantar fasciitis in his right foot. Castro is a first-time All-Star who has built off his 2023 breakout with a .265/.352/.422 line and seven homers.

REDS (2): ^, SS; Hunter Greene+, RHP

De La Cruz is a first-time All-Star and has quickly become one of baseball’s most exciting players since debuting in June 2023. Entering Sunday’s games, the 22-year-old phenom ranked sixth in fWAR (4.1), has 15 home runs, 43 stolen bases and has played in every game this season. De La Cruz is on pace for an absurd 27-home run, 78-stolen base season. Greene became a first-time All-Star as a replacement for Tyler Glasnow.

ANGELS (1): *, LHP
Anderson is approximating the 2022 All-Star season he put up as a member of the Dodgers’ rotation. The lefty starter has had a 2.81 ERA in 18 starts for the Angels, earning his second career All-Star selection. Anderson’s 4.1 bWAR in 2024 is already his highest total of any season -- and he’s got plenty of outings to go.


Miller has taken a bit of a step back after a completely dominant start to the season, but he’s still been an elite reliever for Oakland. The converted starter, who throws as hard as any pitcher in MLB, has a 2.39 ERA with 14 saves and 66 strikeouts in 37 2/3 innings, earning Miller his first career All-Star selection.

BLUE JAYS (1): (starter), 1B

Guerrero earned the starting nod at first base for the AL thanks to his best season at the plate since he finished second in AL MVP voting in a monster 2021. Vladdy has been a bright spot on an underperforming Toronto team, hitting .295 with 13 homers and an .832 OPS coming into Sunday. He earned his fourth straight All-Star selection in 2024.


Where might the Cardinals be without Helsley? It’s hard to imagine, because the St. Louis closer has been a fixture at the end of games all season. Helsley has already racked up an MLB-leading 32 saves, closing out 32 of the Cards’ first 50 wins -- a near-record pace. An NL All-Star in 2022, Helsley earned his second All-Star selection thanks to his proficiency in saves and his 2.41 ERA, but he was unavailable for the game.

CUBS (1): *, LHP

A historic start to his career helped Imanaga secure a spot on the NL All-Star team as an MLB rookie. The Yokohama DeNA BayStars standout has made an effortless transition from Nippon Professional Baseball, owning a 0.84 ERA through his first nine starts. Imanaga’s ERA has risen to 3.16, but he’s been one of the NL’s most effective starters and an anchor of the Cubs rotation.

D-BACKS (1): (starter), 2B

It seems like Marte just never cooled off after winning NL Championship Series MVP honors in 2023, as the second baseman has been productive both at the plate and on defense. Marte’s .284 average, 17 homers and 51 RBIs helped him earn his second career All-Star nod.


Firmly entrenched as the Marlins’ closer this season, Scott is a first-time All-Star and deservedly so. After a dominant 2023 season (2.31 ERA and 104 strikeouts in 78 innings), Scott has a 1.42 ERA and 42 strikeouts in 38 innings this year.

METS (1): *, 1B

This is Alonso’s fourth All-Star selection and third straight year making it to the Midsummer Classic. No player has homered more times than Alonso (210) since he debuted in 2019 and the Mets’ first baseman has 18 home runs this season.

RAYS (1): *, 3B

Since being acquired by the Rays before the 2022 season, Paredes has blossomed into one of the best third basemen in the Majors. After crushing 31 home runs and finishing 18th in AL MVP voting in 2023, Paredes is a first-time All-Star this season with an .830 OPS and 14 home runs in 84 games.

ROCKIES (1): ^, 3B
A first-time All-Star, McMahon is enjoying a breakout season and entered Sunday with career-best marks in BA (.272), OBP (.349), SLG (.456) and wRC+ (112). With 2.2 fWAR, the 29-year-old is on pace to blow past his career-high 2.9 mark set in 2022.


It’s been a true breakout season for the 25-year-old Crochet, who has a 3.08 ERA and an MLB-leading 146 strikeouts in his first year as a starter in the Majors. Crochet, who debuted as a reliever in 2020 and also missed the entire 2022 season due to injury, has dominated in the rotation and leads all pitchers in fWAR (3.7).