Terry Francona, the AL All-Star manager, will have plenty of his own players on his roster. The five Indians All-Stars are the most for the team since 2004.
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Ramirez was voted the AL All-Star starter at third base by the fans, closing a deficit to win the vote. It's Ramirez's first All-Star selection and the Indians' first fan-voted All-Star starter since Juan Gonzalez in 2001.
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A lights out month of June earns Kluber a spot on the team, selected by the commissioner's office. Kluber is the first Indians starting right-handed pitcher to earn back-to-back All-Star trips since Early Wynn in the 1950s.
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The Tribe reliever was selected by player vote. It's his second straight All-Star appearance, his first representing the Indians after coming to Cleveland at last year's trade deadline.
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Lindor will be an All-Star reserve, voted into the game by the players. It is the second time since 2011 that an Indians shortstop will be on the roster and Lindor's second consecutive All-Star selection.
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After missing almost all of last season due to injury, Brantley is back and heading to Miami as an All-Star. Voted in the by the players, Brantley makes the team for the second time in his career and the first time since 2014.