Eight Dominicans will be in the Major League All Star Game

A total of eight Dominican players will participate in the 2023 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which will be held at T-Mobile Park in the city of Seattle on July 11.

For the National League, they will be Juan Soto and Camilo Doval.

While in the American League they will see action, José Ramírez Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Luis Castillo, Framber Valdez, Felix Bautista and Emmanuel Clase.

Shohei Ohtani will make the All-Star Game as a double threat for the third straight year when he was selected Sunday for the AL pitching rotation, and eight members of the Atlanta Braves were selected to participate July 11 in Seattle, the most for a team since 2012.

Shohei Ohtani was selected to the pitching staff 10 days after fans voted for him to start as designated hitter.

Ohtani’s name appeared the most on player ballots in the American League.

He is the only All-Star pitcher and hitter in Major League history.

This year’s roster includes perennial All-Stars such as Mike Trout (11th pick and 10th consecutive fan-selected start), Clayton Kershaw (10th pick), Nolan Arenado and Salvador Perez (8th), and Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts (seventh).

But the rosters also feature a host of new faces. This year, there are 26 first-time All-Stars, including 15 from the National League.

The Rangers lead all MLB teams with four starting position players, including three of the AL’s four infielders, and that’s no surprise given their offensive dominance this season.

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There are 25 internationally born All-Stars in 2023, 15 on the AL roster and 10 on the NL roster.

They represent Cuba (eight All-Stars), Dominican Republic (eight), Venezuela (five), Curacao (two) and Japan, Canada and Puerto Rico (one each).

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Eight Cuban-born players named All-Stars is the nation’s all-time record.

The Rangers lead all MLB teams with four starting position players, including three of the AL’s four infielders, and that’s no surprise given their offensive dominance this season.

L.A. Headlines

C: Jonah Heim (TEX)

1B: Yandy Diaz (TB)

2B: Marcus Semien (TEX)

3B: Josh Jung (TEX)

SS: Corey Seager (TEX)

OF: Mike Trout (LAA)

OF: Randy Arozarena (TB)

OF: Aaron Judge (NYY)

BD: Shohei Ohtani (LAA)

LA Pitchers

Shohei Ohtani (LAA)

Gerrit Cole (NYY)

Luis Castillo (SEA)

Sonny Gray (MIN)

Nathan Eovaldi (TEX)

Kevin Gausman (TOR)

Shane McClanahan (TB)

Framber Valdez (HOU)

Michael Lorenzen (DET)

Kenley Jansen (B.O.S.)

Emmanuel Class (CLE)

Felix Bautista (BAL)

Yennier Cano (BAL)

LA Subs

Salvador Perez (KC)

Adley Rutschman (BAL)

Vladdy Jr. (TOR)

Whit Merrifield (TOR)

Bo Bichette (TOR)

Jose Ramirez (CLE)

Brent Rooker (OAK)

Louis Robert (CWS)

Austin Hays (BAL)

Yordan Alvarez (HOU)

Adolis Garcia (TEX)

LN holders

C: Sean Murphy (ATL)

1B: Freddie Freeman (LAD)

2B: Luis Arraez (MIA)

3B: Nolan Arenado (STL)

SS: Orlando Arcia (ATL)

OF: Ronald Acuna Jr. (ATL)

OF: Mookie Betts (LAD)

OF: Corbin Carroll (AZ)

BD: JD Martinez (LAD)

NL Subs

Matt Olson (ATL)

Ozzie Albies (ATL)

Austin Riley (ATL)

Dansby Swanson (CHC)

Pete Alonso (NYM)

Will Smith (LAD)

Elias Diaz (COL)

Jorge Soler (MIA)

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. (ARI)

Nick Castellanos (FIL)

Juan Soto (SD)

NL Launchers

Zac Gallen (AZ)

Spencer Strider (ATL)

Bryce Elder (ATL)

Justin Steele (CHC)

Mitch Keller (PIT)

Josiah Gray (W.S.H.)

Clayton Kershaw (LAD)

Marcus Stroman (CHC)

Alexis Diaz (CIN)

Josh Hader (SD)

Devin Williams (MIL)

Camilo Doval (SF)

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