The 2012 rookie class has plenty of talent.
Yu Darvish, Julio Teheran, Trevor Bauer, Devin Mesoraco, Matt Moore and Jacob Turner are just a few of the names that will likely be called upon to play major roles for their respective teams during the 2012 season. More than a few of them will have a solid chance to make their league's All-Star roster. One or two might even accomplish the feat.
Without a doubt, the majority of the top prospects in baseball will make at least one All-Star game, what with a record 84 players being named to the two teams last year. Some teams and some prospects, however, will not be so lucky.
Some players are just two young, while some are just products of systems that have little to offer the big-leagues.
Either way, here's a rough estimate on when each team's top prospect will make their first All-Star game.