Fan voting for MLB's 2013 All-Star Game came to a close at 11:59 p.m. ET on July 4, and full rosters will be revealed on Fox on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Whether you cast 5,000 votes or zero, you've more than likely formulated an opinion on which players belong on the All-Star team and which ones don't.
Few things in life will divide an entire nation more rapidly than making projections of All-Star rosters. Open up a discussion with a few baseball fans about whether or not they think Yasiel Puig should be an All-Star, and you could be lighting the fuse for World War Puig.
Almost every fanbase seems to believe that it roots for at least half a dozen guys who are worthy of being All-Stars. Unfortunately, only 34 roster spots are available in each league, so you should be thankful if more than two of your hometown heroes make the cut.
With that in mind, here is the final team-by-team breakdown of projected 2013 All-Stars—along with the player that I foresee as being the biggest snub from each team.
*All statistics are courtesy of FanGraphs.com and ESPN.com and are accurate through the start of play on Thursday, July 4.