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MLB The Show 22 All-Star Program: Full List of Players

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MLB The Show 22 All-Star Program goes live today, July 18, and the full list of players plus a Collection reward have been revealed.

The All-Star program is usually one of the biggest in each MLB The Show Diamond Dynasty cycle and a sharp shift in the power curve. MLB The Show 21 featured items like 99 Jacob deGrom that remained in players' rotations and lineups for the rest of the game. This year, all players are capped at 97 outside of the Collection reward.

MLB The Show 22 All-Star Program: Full List of Players

Here's a look at all the players in the MLB The Show 22 All-Star Program:

National League

  • Joe Mantiply - RP / Arizona Diamondbacks
  • David Bednar - CP / Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Dansby Swanson - SS / Atlanta Braves
  • Carlos Rodon - SP / San Francisco Giants
  • Sandy Alcantara - SP / Miami Marlins
  • Bryce Harper - RF / Philadelphia Phillies
  • Juan Soto - RF / Washington Nationals
  • Willson Contreras - C / Chicago Cubs
  • Luis Castillo - SP / Cincinnati Reds
  • Corbin Burnes - SP / Milwaukee Brewers
  • Paul Goldschmidt - 1B / St. Louis Cardinals
  • C.J. Cron - 1B / Colorado Rockies
  • Tony Gonsolin - SP / Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Manny Machado - 3B / San Diego Padres
  • Edwin Diaz - CP / New York Mets

American League

  • Shohei Ohtani - SP / Los Angeles Angels
  • Paul Blackburn - SP / Oakland Athletics
  • Julio Rodriguez - CF / Seattle Mariners
  • Martin Perez - SP / Texas Rangers
  • J.D. Martinez - LF / Boston Red Sox
  • Shane McClanahan - SP / Tampa Bay Rays
  • Luis Arraez - 1B / Minnesota Twins
  • Andrew Benintendi - LF / Kansas City Royals
  • Aaron Judge - CF / New York Yankees
  • Justin Verlander - SP / Houston Astros
  • Gregory Soto - CP / Detroit Tigers
  • Jorge Lopez - CP / Baltimore Orioles
  • Alejandro Kirk - C / Toronto Blue Jays
  • Andres Gimenez - 2B / Cleveland Guardians
  • Tim Anderson - SS / Chicago White Sox

Collection Reward

  • Jackie Robinson - 2B / Los Angeles Dodgers - 99 Overall

There is only one starting second baseman in both leagues, but the 99 Jackie Robinson is a 2B which should promote people to complete the set.

As was the case last year, some of these cards are going to be hard to remove for the rest of the game cycle. Alcantara, Judge, Ohtani, Soto, Harper and Rodriguez are just some of the top tier items players will be able to add to their lineups and rotations.