We are mid-way into the Major League Baseball (MLB) season and that mean's its time for baseball fans to get ready for the "Midsummer Classic" which features MLB All-Stars. There are no surprises that 5 players from the Houston Astros who are the current World Series champions were selected. For the American League, Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians, Luis Severino of the New York Yankees, and Chris Sale of the Boston Red Sox are a few of a number of potential candidates. This will mark his fourth consecutive fan-elected start and sixth overall All-Star selection. Those players would be replaced by other potential all-stars.
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At 8 p.m. EDT, the MLB announced the victor of its Final Vote competition, the last chance for an unsung hero or fan favorite player to be voted into the 2018 MLB All-Star Game.
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With that being said, here is your 2018 American League All-Star team. Joining Altuve are third baseman Alex Bregman, outfielder George Springer, and pitchers Gerrit Cole and Justin Verlander. He'll be joined in the American League starting lineup by Wilson Ramos, Jose Abreu, Jose Ramirez, Manny Machado, Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, Aaron Judge and J.D. Martinez. Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman and outfielder Nick Markakis were voted in as starters and will be joined by teammates Mike Foltynewicz and Ozzie Albies.
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Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts, who is managing the National League roster, will select a designated hitter for the game.