The vast majority of the MLB All-Stars of 2023 have never been chosen before.

Sunday's cries came from St. Louis Cardinals supporters asking why NL defending MVP Paul Goldschmidt wasn't invited to the All-Star Game, and Tampa Bay Rays.  

Fans wondering why Wander Franco wasn't included. Consistent All-Stars Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, J.T. Realmuto, Francisco Lindor, Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer.

And Fernando Tatis will also miss the All-Star Game. Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw will return to the All-Star Game for the 11th and 10th times, respectively. Shohei Ohtani and Aaron Judge, two-way stars, will also return.

Who would have thought the Texas Rangers would have as many All-Stars (6) as the Yankees, Mets, Phillies, and Padres combined, with Atlanta leading with eight? This could be the third occasion in.

History that no Yankees player appears in the All-Star Game, and the second time since 1941.

The Seattle Mariners, who are hosting the All-Star game, had no players or fans nominated, so MLB chose starter Luis Castillo. The Mets weren't represented until. 

MLB chose first baseman Pete Alonso over centre fielder Brandon Nimmo, despite Nimmo's better first half. This year's All-Star Game's newcomers are the. 

Most intriguing. 26 first-time All-Stars, including 19 under 26. Arizona Diamondbacks rookie Corbin Carroll, 22, is the youngest All-Star.

"Rookie of the Year" is the consensus on NBA Twitter.