MLB players aspiring to represent their league in the 2012 All-Star Game are running out of time to bolster their candidacy.
We can already confidently predict who will comprise the AL and NL rosters, which both have 34 spots to fill.
Fans voting for the starting position players have until June 28 to submit their ballots. Once Major League Baseball tallies up the winners, the pitchers and reserves will be selected through a combination of player voting and selections by the All-Star managers, Ron Washington and Tony La Russa.
The silly rule that requires all 30 teams to send at least one player will inevitably snub some stars, who are listed in the final slides of this article.