2018 MLB All-Star Game rosters were announced Sunday afternoon, and largely featured the players we expected. While a handful more will make the team via the Final Vote, there a few players who were outright snubbed from the team, and will have to rely on scheduling quirks or injuries to other players to have any chance of making the team.

Fan voting accounts for the nine AL and eight NL position players that will start the game.Players vote to add eight pitchers (five starters and three relievers) and one back-up player for each position.All-Star managers then work with the other manager in his league to pick nine NL and eight AL players, will filling his league’s roster up to 33 players.One additional player per league is voted on by fans through the Final Vote ballot of five players, which is compiled by the manager of each league’s team and the Commissioner’s Office, rounding the rosters out at 34.

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Source:: AOL.com

      

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