Way-Too-Early 2024 AL All-Star Team (Hitters)

After the first month of play, we look at predictions for the AL All-Star team. There are many familiar faces we see again this year off to hot starts and also some new names that are looking for their first All-Star appearance.

Way-Too-Early 2024 AL All-Star Hitters


Salvador Perez

The 13-year veteran is lighting it up so far this season. Perez has already hit seven homers with over a .337 average and leads the American League with 25 RBIs. This would be his ninth all-star appearance as he continues to build on top of his very impressive resume.

2nd: Adley Rutschman

First Base

Josh Naylor 

Naylor has been on a tear so far this season posting a .337 average, six homers, and a OPS+ of 190. Naylor has been the staple of the hot Guardians team as they are the first in the AL Central.

2nd: Ryan Mountcastle

Second Base

Jose Altuve

The future hall of famer has shown no sign of decline as he enters the end of his prime. He hit .350, six homers, and an absurd OPS+ of 195. The Astros have been struggling roughly 30 games into the season, but Altuve’s strong year should hopefully guide them in the right direction.

2nd: Marcus Semien

Third Base 

Jordan Westburg

Westburg has begun to break out in his young career for the Orioles. Westburg’s hitting over 300. with five homers and four stolen bases. With Jackson Holiday now up with the major league club (and now optioned back to AAA), Westburg has operated as the team’s everyday third baseman.

2nd: Jose Ramirez


Bobby Witt Jr.

The 23-year-old has continued his dominance after his breakout in the 2023 season. Witt is hitting .317, 11 RBIs, and seven stolen bases. The Royals look to win the AL Central after a nine-year drought with Witt leading them.

2nd: Gunnar Henderson


Juan Soto

The soon-to-be free agent looks to build his case for a $500 million contract as he has mashed so far in 2024. Soto has hit six homers with 22 RBIs and a .995 OPS as he looks for his fourth All-Star appearance and his first MVP.

Mike Trout

Another year, and yet another monster year for Trout. Trout leads the league with 10 homers as he maintains a .919 OPS and a 160 OPS+. Trout has also begun stealing bases once again which he hasn’t done in over five years. He is looking like he’ll be an All-Star for the 12th time in his career.

Adolis Garcia

 The Rangers star has continued to build off his 39 homers season the year prior. García was the staple for the World Series team and is raking yet again hitting seven homers with a .972 OPS.


Yordan Alvarez

The six-year vet has raked throughout his entire career and this year has been no different. Yordan has hit five homers and has an OPS+ of 136 as he looks for his third appearance.

Main Image: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

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