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Oakland A's: 5 Players Who Should Be All-Stars in 2013
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Donaldson is deserving, but will he be in New York for the All-Star Game?

After 66 games, the Oakland A's have established themselves among the best teams in the major leagues with a 39-27 record.

In the process, the A's have received stellar performances from multiple players who have merited consideration for the 2013 All-Star Game at Citi Field in New York.

To put that idea into proper perspective, the only time that Oakland sent more than one player to the All-Star Game in the past eight years was in 2010 when Trevor Cahill and Andrew Bailey were chosen.

Oakland has not sent multiple position players to the Midsummer Classic since 1991 and no position player has represented the A's since Ramon Hernandez was a reserve catcher in 2003.

But this year could be different. While contributions have been made by many players in Oakland, here are the five A's players who have played at a legitimate All-Star level.

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