2014 All-Star Game Rosters

Here are the 2014 MLB All-Star rosters. They include three players who signed one-year contracts this offseason in Nelson Cruz, Kurt Suzuki and Francisco Rodriguez, along with a minor-league signee in Pat Neshek. Also included are a number of key 2014-15 free agents, including Max Scherzer and Jon Lester.

AL Starters

1B Miguel Cabrera, 2B Robinson Cano, SS Derek Jeter, 3B Josh Donaldson, C Matt Wieters, OF Jose Bautista, OF Mike Trout, OF Adam Jones, DH Nelson Cruz

C Salvador Perez will start in placed of the injured Wieters.

AL Pitchers

Dellin Betances, Mark Buehrle, Yu Darvish, Sean Doolittle, Felix Hernandez, Greg Holland, Scott Kazmir, Jon Lester, Glen Perkins, David Price, Max Scherzer, Masahiro Tanaka

AL Reserves

Jose Abreu, Alexei Ramirez, Jose Altuve, Adrian Beltre, Michael Brantley, Yoenis Cespedes, Edwin Encarnacion, Alex Gordon, Brandon Moss, Derek Norris, Perez, Kurt Suzuki, Victor Martinez

AL Final Vote Candidates

Chris Sale, Corey Kluber, Rick Porcello, Garrett Richards, Dallas Keuchel

NL Starters

1B Paul Goldschmidt, 2B Chase Utley, SS Troy Tulowitzki, 3B Aramis Ramirez, C Yadier Molina, OF Andrew McCutchen, OF Carlos Gomez, OF Yasiel Puig

NL Pitchers

Madison Bumgarner, Aroldis Chapman, Johnny Cueto, Zack Greinke, Francisco Rodriguez, Clayton Kershaw, Craig Kimbrel, Pat Neshek, Tyson Ross, Jeff Samardzija, Julio Teheran, Adam Wainwright, Tony Watson, Jordan Zimmermann

NL Reserves

Charlie Blackmon, Matt Carpenter, Starlin Castro, Todd Frazier, Freddie Freeman, Dee Gordon, Josh Harrison, Jonathan Lucroy, Devin Mesoraco, Daniel Murphy, Hunter Pence, Giancarlo Stanton

NL Final Vote Candidates

Anthony Rizzo, Anthony Rendon, Casey McGehee, Justin Morneau, Justin Upton

Since Samardzija now pitches for an AL team, he will be considered an All-Star but will not be active for the game.

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1 year 5 days ago

That worked out well for you, huh?

1 year 5 days ago

Except, you turned out to be completely wrong.

1 year 5 days ago

Actually, according to the rules, they believe the person with the most votes who wants to be seen by the most people, should be in the game. The original roots were so you can see the best players nationally.
Oh and btw, Jeter was one of the best players on the field that game, that’s why sample size matters. He literally played less than half the game and he managed to be better than most everyone else in that sample. Hence why freaking out about those innings was foolish then and is foolish now.