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MLB All-Star reserves 2021: Who made the AL and NL rosters?

MLB All-Star reserves 2021: Who made the AL and NL rosters?

Fans had the chance to decide who would start the 2021 MLB All-Star Game.

Now the rest of the rosters will be filled in as the reserves and pitchers are announced Sunday afternoon.

The players who will complete the American and National League teams’ 32-man rosters were chosen by player ballot and commissioner’s office selection. These are the position players who will be on the bench and the 12 pitchers who will be on the staff.

Some starters and reserves may miss the game because of injury, and some pitchers may not be able to work in the All-Star Game because their turn in the rotation next week will cause them to miss the Midsummer Classic. Replacements for injured players and unavailable pitchers will be selected by the leagues and announced prior to the game. Injured starters will be replaced by the All-Star managers (Kevin Cash and Dave Roberts), who will choose from the reserves the players voted in.

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Stock Market Pioneer will be tracking the announcement of the reserves and pitchers, updating with each name that comes through. Selections will be announced beginning at 5:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, July 4.

Who made the All-Star Game as reserves?

American League

PositionPlayerTeam
SPGerrit ColeYankees
SPLance LynnWhite Sox
SPShane BieberIndians
SPNathan EovaldiRed Sox
SPKyle GibsonRangers
SPYusei KikuchiMariners
SPCarlos RodonWhite Sox
SPShohei Ohtani*Angels
RPAroldis ChapmanYankees
RPLiam HendriksWhite Sox
RPRyan PresslyAstros
RPMatt BarnesRed Sox
RPGregory SotoTigers
2BJose AltuveAstros
SSCarlos CorreaAstros
3BJose RamirezIndians
DHNelson CruzTwins
DHJ.D. MartinezRed Sox
SSBo BichetteBlue Jays
1BMatt OlsonAthletics
1BJared WalshAngels
CMike ZuninoRays
OFMichael BrantleyAstros
OFJoey GalloRangers
OFAdolis GarciaRangers
OFCedric MullinsOrioles

*Named as starting DH and as a pitcher

National League

PositionPlayerTeam
CJT RealmutoPhillies
1BMax MuncyDodgers
2BOzzie AlbiesBraves
SSBrandon CrawfordGiants
3BKris BryantCubs
2BJake CronenworthPadres
3BEduardo EscobarDiamondbacks
SSTrea TurnerNationals
OFMookie BettsDodgers
OFBryan ReynoldsPirates
OFKyle SchwarberNationals
OFJuan SotoNationals
OFChris TaylorDodgers
SPJacob deGromMets
SPYu DarvishPadres
SPBrandon WoodruffBrewers
SPCorbin BurnesBrewers
SPKevin GausmanGiants
SPGerman MarquezRockies
SPTrevor RogersMarlins
SPZack WheelerPhillies
RPCraig KimbrelCubs
RPMark MelanconPadres
RPJosh HaderBrewers
RPAlex ReyesCardinals

How to watch All-Star reserves announcement

Fans wanting to see how the rest of the MLB All-Star Game rosters will shape up can tune in to ESPN at 5:30 p.m. ET to learn who will fill the remaining spots.

Those interested in streaming the announcement can watch it on ESPN+ or fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

MLB All-Star Game starters

The starters for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game were named on Thursday, July 2. The American League had nine starters announced — including the designated hitter — while the National League had eight players announced to its starting lineup, all based on two-round voting by fans.

Here’s who was voted to be the starters in 2021:

American League

PositionNameTeam
CatcherSalvador PerezRoyals
First BaseVladimir Guerrero Jr.Blue Jays
Second BaseMarcus SemienBlue Jays
Third BaseRafael DeversRed Sox
ShortstopXander BogaertsRed Sox
OutfieldTeoscar HernandezBlue Jays
OutfieldAaron JudgeYankees
OutfieldMike TroutAngels
Designated HitterShohei OhtaniAngels

National League

PositionNameTeam
CatcherBuster PoseyGiants
First BaseFreddie FreemanBraves
Second BaseAdam FrazierPirates
Third BaseNolan ArenadoCardinals
ShortstopFernando Tatis Jr.Padres
OutfieldRonald Acuna Jr.Braves
OutfieldNick CastellanosReds
OutfieldJesse WinkerReds

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