Every season, the fans vote on which MLB players they believe are qualified to take part in the All-Star game festivities in July. The fans are typically reliable when selecting your everyday perennial superstars and ace pitchers. They do, however, sometimes value name and team popularity over stats, as seen with players like Bryce Harper with his subpar first half still placing 3rd in the National League outfield in votes. Although sometimes, a player is simply stuck behind multiple players who are just having better seasons.
Regardless, a player worthy of making the All-Star team who doesn't is an inevitable happening, and these 10 snubbed players show that.