The 2010 MLB All-Star game is upon us.
On July 13th, baseball's best will gather in California and battle it out for home field advantage in the World Series.
The starters and the players who fill the final roster spot will be voted in by the fans, while the reserves will be selected by the managers and players.
Some starters will be well deserving of the honor. Others will be voted in simply because they're the fan favorites.
From Joe Mauer in Minnesota, to Josh Hamilton in Texas, and Miguel Cabrera in Detroit, there are great players from all over the American League. But the time has come to decide, what 10 players from just the AL East deserve a trip out to the Golden State for All-Star week?
Without further ado, I present "The AL “B-east”: 10 Deserving All-Stars from MLB’s Toughest Division."
Is your favorite player on here?
Let's find out, as we begin with an easy selection, and a player who's earned
the right to represent the American League in the All-Star game.