Thanks in large part to their loyal fanbase, the Milwaukee Brewers have sent a number of their top players to Major League Baseball’s mid-summer classic—otherwise known as the MLB All Star game—over the past few seasons.
Last year, former first baseman Prince Fielder stole the show with a three-run home run that propelled the National League to a 5-1 victory over the American League. Second baseman Rickie Weeks also earned a starting spot on the NL roster, while Ryan Braun was elected as a reserve outfielder.
With some of the most devoted fans in baseball who aren't afraid to fill out as many All-Star ballots as possible, it's almost inevitable that a number of Brewers will take the field for the National League next summer in Kansas City. But which players have the best odds at making the trip to Kauffman Stadium?
Since Milwaukee's season opens this Friday against the World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals, it's time to take an A-to-Z look at each player's All-Star odds.
Make sure to check out our live play-by-play blog of opening day festivities at Miller Park this Friday. We will take you right up to the scheduled 3:10 PM CT first-pitch.