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Broxton, Hunter are All-Stars; Strasburg, Weaver not selected

July 4, 2010 |  9:45 am

Washington Nationals phenom Stephen Strasburg was not selected to the All-Star Game by his fellow players, or by National League Manager Charlie Manuel.

Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton was selected to the NL pitching staff, with Angels center fielder Torii Hunter selected as an American League reserve. Hunter will be the lone representative for the host Angels, with Jered Weaver not selected.

National League Manager Charlie Manuel said Strasburg got "a lot of consideration" even though he never has seen Strasburg pitch.

"He's got a great future," Manuel told TBS. "What's he got, five starts in the major leagues? Leave him alone. Let him pitch. He'll be an All-Star for a long time. I felt like there were other guys who had started 18-20 games."

The pitchers and reserves appear below; the starters appear here.


Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies

Josh Johnson, Florida Marlins

Tim Hudson, Atlanta Braves

Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants

Jonathan Broxton, Dodgers

Arthur Rhodes, Cincinnati Reds

Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals

Chris Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals

Brian Wilson, San Francisco Giants

Evan Meek, Pittsburgh Pirates

Ubaldo Jimenez, Colorado Rockies

Matt Capps, Washington Nationals

Yovani Gallardo, Milwaukee Brewers


CC Sabathia, New York Yankees

Clay Buchholz, Boston Red Sox

Fausto Carmona, Cleveland Indians

David Price, Tampa Bay Rays

Neftali Feliz, Texas Rangers

Phil Hughes, New York Yankees

Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees

Jon Lester, Boston Red Sox

Matt Thornton, Chicago White Sox

Jose Valverde, Detroit Tigers

Cliff Lee, Seattle Mariners

Trevor Cahill, Oakland Athletics

Joakim Soria, Kansas City Royals


Chris Young, Arizona Diamondbacks

Omar Infante, Atlanta Braves

Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves

Martin Prado, Atlanta Braves

Marlon Byrd, Chicago Cubs

Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Reds

Scott Rolen, Cincinnati Reds

Michael Bourn, Houston Astros

Corey Hart, Milwaukee Brewers

Jose Reyes, New York Mets

Ryan Howard, Philadelphia Phillies

Matt Holliday, St. Louis Cardinals

Adrian Gonzalez, San Diego Padres


Ty Wigginton, Baltimore Orioles

Adrian Beltre, Boston Red Sox

David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox

Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers

Torii Hunter, Angels

Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees

Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers

Ian Kinsler, Texas Rangers

Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays

John Buck, Toronto Blue Jays

Vernon Wells, Toronto Blue Jays

-- Bill Shaikin