Here are the starters for the 2023 MLB All-Star Game

The 2023 MLB All-Game rosters are starting to take shape.

MLB revealed the American League and National starters for the July Midsummer Classic in Seattle on Thursday night.

The Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers each have three players who earned a starting spot — tied for most of any NL club. Receiver Sean Murphy, shortstop Orlando Arcia and outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. traveled to Atlanta, while first baseman Freddie Freeman, outfielder Mookie Betts and designated hitter JD Martinez are the Los Angeles.

Miami Marlins second baseman Luis Arraez, St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Nolan Arenado and Arizona Diamondbacks rookie outfielder Corbin Carroll round out the NL starting lineup.

In the American League, the Texas Rangers have four MLB starters with wide receiver Jonah Heim, second baseman Marcus Semien, shortstop Corey Seager and rookie third baseman Josh Jung.

The Los Angeles Angels and Tampa Bay Rays each have two starters with DH Shohei Ohtani and outfielder Mike Trout elected from Los Angeles, and first baseman Yandy Diaz and outfielder Randy Arozarena from Tampa Bay.

The AL’s latest starter comes from the New York Yankees in the form of outfielder Aaron Judge. The 2022 AL MVP, however, has been sidelined with a toe injury and his return schedule is unclear, casting doubt on his All-Star Game status.

Ohanti and Acuna Jr. earned automatic starting spots for receiving the most votes in each league during Stage 1 fan voting. In Phase 2, fans had to choose between the top voters at each position in Phase 1. Here are the American And National Stage 2 League Finalists:

All-Star reserves and pitching teams will be determined by player vote and commissioner’s office selections. The rest of the All-Star rosters will be announced on Sunday.

The All-Star Game will take place on Tuesday, July 11 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle.

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