Of the more than 100 players who switched teams this winter via free agency or trade, only a handful will find themselves seriously considered for a spot at the All-Star Game, held this season at Citi Field in New York
None of the names on this list are going to shock you, for when it comes to prognosticating about perspective members of an All-Star team in baseball, it's hard to go wrong by picking the most popular players.
After all, the starters aren't really chosen on the merit of the season that they are having, but on name recognition.
Just like high school, it's all one big popularity contest.
Which players in a new city are going to be at the head of the 2013 All-Star class?
Let's take a look.