The 88th Major League All Star Game starters and reserves were announced Sunday. A total of 23 players will participate in their first ever All Star Game next Tuesday. Let's take a look at the starters and reserves on both sides.

American League starters

Toronto Blue Jay first baseman Justin Smoak, Cleveland Indian Jose Ramirez, Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa and outfielder George Springer, and New York Yankee outfielder Aaron Judge will participate in their first ever All Star Game.

Astro Jose Altuve will make his fifth career appearance at second base, while Kansas City Royal Salvador Perez will make it a fifth time as catcher. Los Angeles Angel Mike Trout will make his sixth straight showing in the outfield.

American League reserves

New York Yankee Gary Sanchez, Oakland Athletic Yonder Alonso, Baltimore Oriole Jonathan Schoop, Minnesota Twin Miguel Sano, and Chicago White Sox Avisail Garcia will make their first career appearance in the All Star Game.

Francisco Lindor and Michael Brantley of the Indians and Mookie Betts of the Red Sox will make it a second time. New York Yankee Starlin Castro will make his fourth appearance, while Seattle Mariner Nelson Cruz will make his fifth showing.

American League pitchers

Detroit Tiger Michael Fulmer, Houston Astro Lance McCullers, New York Yankee Luis Severino, and Kansas City Royal Jason Vargas will make their first career appearance.

Astro Dallas Keuchel, Indian Corey Kluber, and teammate Andre Miller will make their second career appearance. Texas Ranger Yu Darvish and New York Yankee Dellin Betances will make it a fourth time. Red Sox teammates Chris Sale and Craig Kimbrel will make their sixth career showing

National League starters

Cincinnati Red shortstop Zack Cozart will make his first career appearance. Washington National first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, Miami Marlin outfielder Marcell Ozuna, and Colorado Rockie outfielder Charlie Blackmon will make their second career appearance.

National second baseman Daniel Murphy and Rockie third baseman Nolan Arenado will get a third chance to play. San Francisco Giant Buster Posey and Bryce Harper of the Nationals will make their fifth career showing.

National League reserves

Atlanta Brave Ender Inciarte, Arizona Diamondback Jake Lamb, Los Angeles Dodger Cody Bellinger, and New York Met Michael Conforto will make their first career appearance.

Los Angeles Dodger Corey Seager, Rockie DJ LeMahieu, and Pittsburgh Pirate Josh Harrison will make their second showing. Miami Marlin Giancarlo Stanton will make it a fourth time. Cincinnati Red Joey Votto and Arizona Diamondback Paul Goldschmidt will make their fifth career game. St. Loius Cardinal Yadier Molina leads all players with his eighth career appearance.

National League pitchers

Arizona Diamondback Robbie Ray, San Diego Padre Brad Hand, and Milwaukee Brewer Corey Knebel will make their first career appearance.

Los Angeles Dodger Kenley Jansen, Philadelphia Phillie Pat Neshek, and St. Louis Cardinal Carlos Martinez will make their second career showing. Washington National Stephen Strasburg, Chicago Cub Wade Davis, and Colorado Rockie Greg Holland will make it a third time. Arizona Diamondback Zack Greinke will make his fourth appearance, Washington National Max Scherzer will make his fifth career game, and Los Angeles Dodger Clayton Kershaw will make his seventh career game.

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