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MLB All-Stars by Team

For each MLB team, name the player with the most all-star selections.
  • Times selected, even if they didn't play
  • Through 2017
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Jul 04, 2017
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Team
#
Years
Player
Braves
21
1955-1975
Cardinals
21
1943-1963
Giants
20
1954-1972
Yankees
16
1952-1968
Orioles
19
1983-2001
Red Sox
18
1963-1983
Padres
15
1984-1999
Pirates
15
1960-1972
Tigers
15
1955-1974
Reds
14
1968-1983
Royals
13
1976-1988
Phillies
12
1974-1989
Twins
12
1967-1978
White Sox
12
1951-1963
Cubs
11
1955-1969
Dodgers
10
1942-1954
Mariners
10
2001-2010
1990-1999
Rangers
10
1992-2001
Athletics
9
1987-1997
Team
#
Years
Player
Mets
9
1967-1977
Indians
8
1938-1950
1940-1948
Astros
7
1991-1998
Blue Jays
7
1980-1990
Nationals/Expos
7
1975-1984
1981-1987
Angels
6
1979-1984
1964-1970
2012-2017
Brewers
5
2008-2012
1979-1985
1980-1992
Diamondbacks
5
1999-2005
1999-2004
Rockies
5
2000-2004
Marlins
4
2004-2007
2012-2017
Rays
4
2004-2010
2010-2014
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Team
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Years
Player
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level 54
Jul 11, 2013
Funny to look at some of these teams like the Mets, Orioles, Padres, Royals that had one remarkable player make it so many times and absolutely no one else comes to mind (maybe Piazza for the Mets?). And others, you scroll through ten names in your head and just start guessing blindly. Cannot believe Robin Yount didn't make it for the Brewers, Pete Rose for the Reds, or Duke Snider for the Dodgers. Very interesting stuff.
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level 35
Jul 11, 2013
More came to mind for each, though not many for the Royals - Hal McRae, Amos Otis. besides Piazza for the Mets - Gooden, Strawberry, Beltran, Wright and Carter. Orioles - Frank Robinson, Palmer, Brooks Robinson, Murray, Powell. Padres - Gonzalez, Hoffman, Nate Colbert, Winfield. Rose didn't stay with the Reds long enough to surpass Bench. I was also surprised about Robin Yount.
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level 59
Jan 31, 2016
Frank White, Willie Wilson, Dan Quisenberry (and a whole new generation now)
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level 69
May 2, 2017
AUSCUBA: "Rose didn't stay with the Reds long enough to surpass Bench."

What? Bench was with the Reds for 16 full seasons. (1968-1983) Rose was with the Reds for 16 full seasons (1963-1978) to start his career. He came back for a half-season in 1984, and tacked on 2 more seasons after that.
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level 32
Jul 11, 2017
We remember players from their prime periods. Players move so much today, these lists won't change much. Yount was a total surprise. Played forever for one team and copped two MVPs. F. Robinson moved around, but Brooks? Ripken really was an iron man, huh?
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level 47
Jul 17, 2013
Remember though, Rose played for two other teams.
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level 58
Jul 16, 2013
Stunned that Robin Yount wasn't an all star more than three times. It seems like he was there every year from what I remember as as kid and he's clearly the first name that comes to mind when you think of the Brewers.
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level 47
Jul 17, 2013
You have to look at the position though. Yount made the All-Star team when he was a shortstop very regularly, because there was only Ripken and Trammell as competition. After switching to outfield, however, he started competing against more popular players, like Puckett, Henderson, Winfield, Canseco, Bell, etc.
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level 72
Jul 7, 2017
That surprised me big time. As well as Larry Walker for the Rockies.
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level 37
Aug 16, 2013
fun quiz. 30/37. I think I could have squeezed out a couple more but time ran out.
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level 28
Nov 5, 2013
i got 33 and would not have gotten the others... got fregosi but missed the 4 next lowest guessed guys.
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level 48
Feb 25, 2016
Cool quiz
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level 58
Jun 4, 2016
ALWAYS TODD HELTON! When will I learn. Capital of Burkina Faso.. Ouagadougo? NO TODD HELTON! :)
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level 32
Jul 11, 2017
Yep, Helton is your default Rockie. So many players put up inflated numbers there, we remember them as Rockies. Burks, Galarraga, Walker and such were All Stars from other teams.
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level 62
May 1, 2017
How can you be a 15 time all-star if you only played 13 seasons? At one time were there multiple all-star games in a season?
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level 69
May 2, 2017
Yep. From 1959 thru 1962, there were 2 All-Star games played each season. So even though Roberto Clemente only had 12 All-Star seasons, he was a 15-time All-Star. (twice in 1960, twice in 1961 and twice in 1962)

He was not an All-Star in 1968, the only time after 1960 that he failed to hit .300.
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level 54
Jul 11, 2017
Very interesting. Two all-star games in one season sounds preposterous, but then, the MLB thrives on oversaturation...
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level 44
Jul 11, 2017
I had never heard of any of the modern players, except for Suzuki. Needless to say, I missed all of them (including Suzuki). But I got everyone else.
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level 57
Jul 23, 2017
Nolan Ryan should be added since he set records with his many no-hitters.
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