C Matt Wieters, Baltimore Orioles
A switch-hitter, Wieters would give the team some options as far as playing matchups. I expect him to be the backup over McCann and Mauer, as the veteran catchers will likely pass on the Classic.
2B Ian Kinsler, Texas Rangers
Short on speed, Kinsler gives the team plenty of that "to go" along with some terrific power as he has twice been a 30-30 player.
SS Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
Jeter is one of just three player to play in each of the first two Classics (Jake Peavy and Chipper Jones), and if he wants on the team, expect Torre to oblige him. A true ambassador to the game, he belongs on the roster even if he isn't starting.
UT Michael Young, Texas Rangers
Young swings a great bat and can play all four infield positions, making him that much more valuable. Mark DeRosa made the roster last time around, and Young could serve a similar utility role.
OF Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
Without a true lead-off hitter, Trout could play his way into the starting lineup over McCutchen if he makes the team. He's one of the game's future superstars, and this would just be another step along the way for him.
OF Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
An argument can be made that Harper is the biggest star in the game right now,, and that even without all of the hype, he would make the team on talent alone over guys like Shane Victorino and Matt Holliday.