Projecting Full-Season Stats for Every 2013 MLB All-Star

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Projecting Full-Season Stats for Every 2013 MLB All-Star
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Chris Davis tied an AL record with 37 home runs at the All-Star break.

All-Star week is in full swing with the Futures Game, Legends and Celebrity softball game and Home Run Derby all officially in the books. The main act is all that remains before the second half of the season kicks off.

Here you'll find all 78 All-Stars, both those originally voted in and their replacements, including a record 38 first-timers and a number of seasoned veterans.

We'll compare their first-half statistics against a projected full-season stat line.

Can Chris Davis surpass Roger Maris and the 61 home runs he hit in 1961, a record that stood for 37 years. Will he approach Barry Bonds' 73 home run total set in 2001?

Can Manny Machado continue to collect two-baggers (39) and break Earl Webb's 1931 record of 67 doubles in a season?

Who will stand as the MLB wins leader at the end of the season? Emerging ace Max Scherzer? The resurgent Bartolo Colon? NL wins leader Adam Wainwright? Or perhaps Patrick Corbin will surprise us all.

A year after recording a 6.20 ERA in Boston, can Mark Melancon keep his ERA under a miniscule 1.00 by season's end?

All these questions have answers but must wait for the season to unfold. In the meantime, let's make some predictions, shall we?

 

All-Star starters are in bold

* Denotes a player who was replaced on the All-Star roster

# Denotes player who was selected as an All-Star replacement

First-half stats provided by Baseball-Reference

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