Yankees' Aaron Judge Named Starter In MLB All Star Game

The 2017 MLB All-Star Game is this Tuesday, July 11th at Marlins Park on Miami, FL and baseball's midsummer classic rosters were revealed this past Sunday. There will be many new faces plus established stars.

Yankees rookie outfielder Aaron Judge will start for the American League and deservedly so. Judge is the AL leader in home runs (28), RBIs (63), batting avg., (.329), runs scored (71), on-base percentage (.448), slugging percentage (.687), and “home run” comma “distance” searches on Google.

Of course, the best team in baseball is the Houston Astros, with three starters in the including second baseman Jose Altuve, shortstop Carlos Correa, and outfielder George Springer.

Defending MVP, Angels superstar Mike Trout who—despite being on the DL for over a month—was elected to start in the American League outfield. In his and the voters defense, he still has comparable totals to most people who have played all season.

Reigning NL MVP Bryce Harper of the Nationals and former MVP catcher Buster Posey of the Giants will also be there—and each of whom will be starting for the fourth time, while making their fifth All-Star appearance.

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