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6/30/02

MLB All-Star Rosters

National League Starters:

Mike Piazza - New York C
Todd Helton - Colorado 1B
Jose Vidro - Montreal 2B
Jimmy Rollins - Philadelphia SS
Scott Rolen - Philadelphia 3B
Barry Bonds - San Francisco OF
Sammy Sosa - Chicago OF
Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal OF

National League Reserves:

Damian Miller - Arizona C
Benito Santiago - San Francisco 1B
Richie Sexson - Milwaukee 1B
Luis Castillo - Florida 2B
Junior Spivey - Arizona 2B
Mike Lowell - Florida 3B
Jose Hernandez - Milwaukee SS
Lance Berkman - Houston OF
Shawn Green - Los Angeles OF
Luis Gonzalez - Arizona OF
Adam Dunn - Cincinnati OF

National League Pitchers:

Tom Glavine - Atlanta SP
Randy Johnson - Arizona SP
Curt Schilling - Arizona SP
Matt Morris - St. Louis SP
Odalis Perez - Los Angeles SP
Mike Williams - Pittsburgh RP
Trevor Hoffman - San Diego RP
John Smoltz - Atlanta RP
Eric Gagne - Los Angeles RP
Byung-Hyun Kim - Arizona RP

American League Starters:

Jorge Posada - New York C
Jason Giambi - New York 1B
Alfonso Soriano - New York 2B
Alex Rodriguez - Texas SS
Shea Hillenbrand - Boston 3B
Ichiro Suzuki - Seattle OF
Manny Ramirez - Boston OF
Torii Hunter - Minnesota OF

American League Reserves:

A.J. Pierzynski - Minnesota C
Paul Konerko - Chicago 1B
Mike Sweeney - Kansas City 1B
Omar Vizquel - Cleveland SS
Derek Jeter - New York SS
Nomar Garciaparra - Boston SS
Miguel Tejada - Oakland SS
Tony Batista - Baltimore 3B
Robin Ventura - New York 3B
Garret Anderson - Anaheim OF
Randy Winn - Tampa Bay OF
Robert Fick - Detroit OF

American League Pitchers:

Derek Lowe - Boston SP
Pedro Martinez - Boston SP
Mark Buehrle - Chicago SP
Roy Halladay - Toronto SP
Freddy Garcia - Seattle SP
Barry Zito - Oakland SP
Mariano Rivera - New York RP
Kazuhiro Sasaki - Seattle RP
Eddie Guardado - Minnesota RP

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