Which MLB Studs Will Be Snubbed When All-Star Rosters Are Announced?

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Which MLB Studs Will Be Snubbed When All-Star Rosters Are Announced?
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Catcher Evan Gattis is second on the Atlanta Braves in both home runs and RBIs but will not make the All-Star team.

The 2013 MLB All-Star Game is in a little over a month, and as usual there will be players deserving of the trip that will not be able to go.

The results of fan voting thus far came out on Monday for the American League and today for the National League. With this comes predictions for who makes the Classic—and who doesn't. 

There are many sure things this year. Miguel Cabrera, Chris Davis and Paul Goldschmidt, to name a few. Basically, it's a safe bet that if your OPS is above 1.000, you're in. But who will be out?

Some players will not make the cut because they are cursed with being on a team full of stars. Other players fly under the radar. And others will just be plain unlucky.

Here are eight players who are—despite their talent—unlikely to suit up at Citi Field come the second week of July.

All statistics are from Baseball-Reference.com and espn.com.

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