The National League could be one of the most loaded All-Star teams in recent memory when it rolls into Kansas City for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game on July 10.
Filling out my ballot for the senior circuit was a difficult task, as there are about 15 players who could potentially start for the All-Star team. Of course, that's a good problem to have when only nine players play on the baseball field.
There are some quality players who will be snubbed in the NL, but here's a look at the players who will take the field and start for the National League.
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