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 Players that have played in both the Major League and Triple-A All-Star Games  
Since the Triple-A All-Star Game began in 1988, 89 players have gone on to play in the Major League All-Star Game.

ALL-TIME: 89 players (Sandy Alomar, Garrett Anderson, Bronson Arroyo, Jay Bell, Ron Belliard, Hank Blalock, Aaron Boone, Bret Boone, Jeromy Burnitz, Jeff Conine, Ron Coomer, Scott Cooper, Joey Cora, Jesse Crain, Carl Crawford, Joe Crede, Nelson Cruz, Michael Cuddyer, Josh Donaldson, Justin Duchscherer, Adam Dunn, Ray Durham, Damion Easley, Edwin Encarnacion, Johnny Estrada, Carl Everett, Steve Finley, Darrin Fletcher, Carlos Garcia, Brian Giles, Alex Gonzalez, Juan Gonzalez, Alex Gordon, Dan Haren, Corey Hart, Matt Harvey, Todd Helton, Ken Hill, Orlando Hudson, Todd Hundley, Jason Isringhausen, Gregg Jefferies, Derek Jeter, Lance Johnson, Adam Jones, Chipper Jones, Howard Kendrick, Ian Kinsler, Jason Kipnis, Ryan Klesko, Paul Konerko, Bryan LaHair, Paul LoDuca, Kenny Lofton, Javier Lopez, Mark Loretta, Mike Lowell, Ryan Ludwick, Pedro Martinez, Ramon Martinez, Tino Martinez, Andrew McCutchen, Nate McLouth, Devin Mesoraco, Justin Morneau, Brandon Moss, Denny Neagle, Jose Offerman, Magglio Ordonez, Jhonny Peralta, Mike Piazza, Rick Reed, Henry Rodriguez, Jose Rosado, Joe Saunders, Marco Scutaro, Richie Sexson, George Sherrill, Alfonso Soriano, Geovany Soto, Ed Sprague, Jim Thome, Mark Trumbo, Chase Utley, Greg Vaughn, Joey Votto, Bob Wickman, Bernie Williams & Dmitri Young).

Year of Participation in Major League All-Star Game(s):

1990 - 2 players (Sandy Alomar, & Ramon Martinez).

1991 - 1 player (Sandy Alomar).

1992 - 1 player (Sandy Alomar).

1993 - 6 players (Jay Bell, Scott Cooper, Juan Gonzalez, Gregg Jefferies, Mike Piazza, & Greg Vaughn).

1994 - 8 players (Jeff Conine, Scott Cooper, Darrin Fletcher, Carlos Garcia, Ken Hill, Gregg Jefferies, Kenny Lofton, & Mike Piazza).

1995 - 6 players (Jeff Conine, Kenny Lofton, Tino Martinez, Denny Neagle, Jose Offerman, & Mike Piazza).

1996 - 9 players (Sandy Alomar, Todd Hundley, Lance Johnson, Chipper Jones, Kenny Lofton, Pedro Martinez, Mike Piazza, Henry Rodriguez, & Greg Vaughn).

1997 - 12 players (Sandy Alomar, Joey Cora, Steve Finley, Chipper Jones, Javier Lopez, Pedro Martinez, Tino Martinez, Denny Neagle, Mike Piazza, Jose Rosado, Jim Thome, & Bernie Williams).

1998 - 14 players (Sandy Alomar, Bret Boone, Ray Durham, Damion Easley, Juan Gonzalez, Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Kenny Lofton, Javier Lopez, Pedro Martinez, Mike Piazza, Rick Reed, Jim Thome, & Greg Vaughn).

1999 - 14 players (Jay Bell, Jeromy Burnitz, Ron Coomer, Alex Gonzalez, Derek Jeter, Kenny Lofton, Pedro Martinez, Jose Offerman, Magglio Ordonez, Mike Piazza, Jose Rosado, Ed Sprague, Jim Thome, & Bernie Williams).

2000 - 11 players (Ray Durham, Carl Everett, Steve Finley, Brian Giles, Todd Helton, Jason Isringhausen, Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Magglio Ordonez, Bob Wickman, & Bernie Williams)

2001 - 10 players (Bret Boone, Brian Giles, Juan Gonzalez, Todd Helton, Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Ryan Klesko, Magglio Ordonez, Mike Piazza, & Bernie Williams)

2002 - 9 players (Garrett Anderson, Adam Dunn, Todd Helton, Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko, Mike Lowell, Mike Piazza, Richie Sexson, & Alfonso Soriano)

2003 - 13 players (Garrett Anderson, Hank Blalock, Aaron Boone, Bret Boone, Carl Everett, Todd Helton, Paul Lo Duca, Javier Lopez, Mike Lowell, Magglio Ordonez, Richie Sexson, Alfonso Soriano, & Dmitri Young)

2004 - 11 players (Ron Belliard, Hank Blalock, Johnny Estrada, Todd Helton, Derek Jeter, Paul Lo Duca, Mark Loretta, Mike Lowell, Mike Piazza, Alfonso Soriano, & Jim Thome)

2005 - 6 players (Garrett Anderson, Paul Konerko, Paul Lo Duca, Mike Piazza, Alfonso Soriano, & Bob Wickman)

2006 - 9 players (Bronson Arroyo, Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko, Paul Lo Duca, Mark Loretta, Magglio Ordonez, Alfonso Soriano, Jim Thome & Chase Utley)

2007 - 9 players (Dan Haren, Orlando Hudson, Derek Jeter, Mike Lowell, Justin Morneau, Magglio Ordonez, Alfonso Soriano, Chase Utley, & Dmitri Young)

2008 - 15 players (Joe Crede, Justin Duchscherer, Dan Haren, Corey Hart, Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Ian Kinsler, Ryan Ludwick, Nate McLouth, Justin Morneau, Joe Saunders, George Sherrill, Alfonso Soriano, Geovany Soto, & Chase Utley)

2009 - 7 players (Carl Crawford, Dan Haren, Orlando Hudson, Derek Jeter, Adam Jones, Justin Morneau, & Chase Utley)

2010 - 8 players (Carl Crawford, Corey Hart, Derek Jeter, Ian Kinsler, Paul Konerko, Justin Morneau, Chase Utley, & Joey Votto)

2011 - 8 players (Michael Cuddyer, Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Howard Kendrick, Paul Konerko, Andrew McCutchen, Jhonny Peralta, & Joey Votto)

2012 - 10 players (Adam Dunn, Derek Jeter, Adam Jones, Chipper Jones, Ian Kinsler, Paul Konerko, Bryan LaHair, Andrew McCutchen, Mark Trumbo, & Joey Votto)

2013 - 12 players (Jesse Crain, Nelson Cruz, Michael Cuddyer, Edwin Encarnacion, Alex Gordon, Matt Harvey, Adam Jones, Jason Kipnis, Andrew McCutchen, Jhonny Peralta, Marco Scutaro, & Joey Votto)

2014 - 11 players (Nelson Cruz, Josh Donaldson, Edwin Encarnacion, Alex Gordon, Derek Jeter, Adam Jones, Ian Kinsler, Andrew McCutchen, Devin Mesoraco, Brandon Moss, & Chase Utley)