Jul 4, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Braves relief pitcher Craig Kimbrel (46) reacts after giving up the go ahead run to the Miami Marlins during the ninth inning at Turner Field. The Marlins defeated the Braves 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
The full lineups for the American and National League teams that will take part in Tuesday's 84th annual All-Star Game at Citi Field in New York were announced early Saturday evening.
All-Star Game managers are San Francisco's Bruce Bochy for the National League and Detroit's Jim Leyland for the American League.
American League starters are Minnesota's Joe Mauer (catcher), Baltimore's Chris Davis (1B), New York's Robinson Cano (2B), Baltimore's J.J. Hardy (SS), Detroit's Miguel Cabrera (3B), and outfielders Mike Trout (Los Angeles), Adam Jones (Baltimore) and Jose Bautista (Toronto). Boston's David Ortiz is the starting DH.
National League starters are St. Louis' Yadler Molina (C), Cincinnati's Joey Votto (1B) and Brandon Phillips (2B), Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki (SS) and New York's David Wright (3B). Outifielders are Carlos Beltran (St. Louis), Carlos Gonzalez (Colorado) and Bryce Harper (Washington).
Right-handed pitchers for the American League are Clay Buchholz (Boston), Bartolo Colon (Oakland), Jesse Crain (Chicago), Yu Darvish (Texas), Felipe Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma (Seattle), Justin Masterson (Cleveland), Joe Nathan (Texas), Mariano Rivera (New York), Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander (Detroit). Left-handed pitchers are Brett Cecil (Toronto), Glen Perkins (Minnesota) and Chris Sale (Chicago). Because Colon and Perkins are injured, they will be replaced on the roster by Buchholz and Crain.
Right-handed pitchers for the National League are Jose Fernandez (Miami), Jason Grilli (Pittsburgh), Matt Harvey (New York), Craig Kimbrel (Atlanta), Adam Wainwright (St. Louis) and Jordan Zimmerman (Washington). Lefthanded pitchers are Madison Bumgarner (San Francisco), Aroldis Chapman (Cincinnati), Patrick Corbin (Arizona), Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles), Cliff Lee (Philadelphia), Jeff Locke (Pittsburgh) and Travis Wood (Chicago).
American League reserves are catchers Jason Castro (Houston) and Kansas City's Salvador Perez; 1B Prince Fielder (Detroit); 2B Jason Kipnis (Cleveland), Dustin Pedroia (Boston) and Ben Zobrist (Tampa); SS Jhonny Peralta (Detroit), 3B Manny Machado (Baltimore), outfielders Nelson Cruz (Texas), Alex Gordon (Kansas City) and Torii Hunter (Detroit); and DH Edwin Encarnacion (Toronto).
The National League's reserves are catcher Buster Posey (San Francisco); 1B Paul Goldschmidt (Arizona) and Allen Craig (St. Louis); 2B Matt Carpenter (St. Louis) and Marco Scutaro (San Francisco); SS Everth Cabrera (San Diego) and Jean Segura (Milwaukee); 3B Pedro Alvarez (Pittsburgh) and outfielders Domonic Brown (Philadelphia), Michael Cuddyer (Colorado), Carlos Gomez (Milwaukee) and Andrew McCutchen (Pittsburgh).