The 2011 MLB All-Star rosters have been announced during the 2011 MLB All-Star Selection Show, and the star-studded teams will take the field on July 12 at Chase Field in Phoenix.
Jose Bautista, who has 28 home runs to lead MLB, was the leading vote-getter among all players. And he is just one of three American League All-Stars from a team that isn't the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox.
In the National League, the surprising Milwaukee Brewers lead all teams with three All-Star starters, and help the National League Central have five of the nine NL All-Star starters.
Starters: Alex Avila (C, Detroit Tigers), Adrian Gonzalez (1B, Boston Red Sox), Robinson Cano (2B, New York Yankees), Alex Rodriguez (3B, New York Yankees), Derek Jeter (SS, New York Yankees), David Ortiz (DH, Boston Red Sox), Jose Bautista (OF, Toronto Blue Jays), Curtis Granderson (OF, New York Yankees) and Josh Hamilton (OF, Texas Rangers).
Starters: Brian McCann (C, Atlanta Braves), Prince Fielder, (1B, Milwaukee Brewers), Rickie Weeks (2B), Jose Reyes (SS, New York Mets), Placido Polanco (3B, Philadelphia Phillies), Ryan Braun (OF, Milwaukee Brewers), Lance Berkman (OF, St. Louis Cardinals) and Matt Kemp (Los Angeles Dodgers).
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