Twenty-Two USA Baseball Alumni Selected to 2022 MLB All-Star Game

Seven former Team USA players selected to AL and NL starting lineups

CARY, N.C. – Twenty-two USA Baseball alumni were selected for the 2022 MLB All-Star Game, which will take place at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles tonight, Tuesday, July 19, at 8:00 p.m. ET.

The National League roster features 14 alums, and eight American League players also have experience with USA Baseball.

Seven alumni were selected to the starting lineup, including five for the NL and two for the AL. Paul Goldschmidt (St. Louis Cardinals), Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies), Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers), Manny Machado (San Diego Padres), and Trea Turner (Los Angeles Dodgers) were all named to the NL starting lineup for Tuesday night. Giancarlo Stanton (New York Yankees) and Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels) were voted into the starting lineup for the AL. Due to injury, however, Harper and Trout will not participate in the Mid-Summer Classic.

Seven 2022 All-Stars have won a gold medal with the U.S. The roster features representatives from five different gold medal-winning teams, including three members of the 2017 World Baseball Classic team that won the organization’s first-ever championship at the event. The stars and stripes will look to defend their title in 2023 after Trout announced he will play in the World Baseball Classic next year and be the captain for Team USA.

In total, nine players competed for the Collegiate National Team, four played for the Professional National Team, four suited up for the 18U National Team, three were members of the former 16U National Team, and one appeared on the 15U National Team.

The complete list of USA Baseball alumni named 2022 MLB All-Star Game rosters is as follows:

Name; MLB Team; USA Baseball National Team Program(s):

  • Tyler Anderson; Los Angeles Dodgers; 2010 Collegiate National Team
  • *Nolan Arenado; St. Louis Cardinals; 2017 World Baseball Classic Team
  • Gerrit Cole; New York Yankees; 2009 & 2010 Collegiate National Teams
  • Jake Cronenworth; San Diego Padres; 2019 Professional National Team
  • Travis d’Arnaud; Atlanta Braves; 2011 Professional National Team
  • Freddie Freeman; Los Angeles Dodgers; 2005 16U & 2006 18U National Teams
  • Paul Goldschmidt; St. Louis Cardinals; 2017 World Baseball Classic Team
  • *Josh Hader; Milwaukee Brewers; 2015 Professional National Team
  • *Bryce Harper; Philadelphia Phillies; 2008 16U & 2009 18U National Teams
  • Clayton Kershaw; Los Angeles Dodgers; 2005 18U National Team
  • Manny Machado; San Diego Padres; 2009 18U National Team
  • *Carlos Rodon; San Francisco Giants; 2012 & 2013 Collegiate National Teams
  • Kyle Schwarber; Philadelphia Phillies; 2013 Collegiate National Team
  • Corey Seager; Texas Rangers; 2010 16U National Team
  • *George Springer; Toronto Blue Jays; 2010 Collegiate National Team
  • Giancarlo Stanton; New York Yankees; 2013 & 2017 World Baseball Classic Teams
  • Dansby Swanson; Atlanta Braves; 2014 Collegiate National Team
  • Jose Trevino; New York Yankees; 2012 Collegiate National Team
  • *Mike Trout; Los Angeles Angels; 2010 Professional National Team
  • Kyle Tucker; Houston Astros; 2012 15U National Team
  • Trea Turner; Los Angeles Dodgers; 2012 & 2013 Collegiate National Teams
  • *Justin Verlander; Houston Astros; 2003 Collegiate National Team

*Denotes All-Stars who are inactive