3 Phillies players who will end up being All-Star snubs this year

With the Phillies having so many All-Star-worthy candidates this year, some players are bound to come up short.
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola will likely be an All-Star Game snub
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola will likely be an All-Star Game snub / Alysa Rubin/Clarkson Creative/GettyImages
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With the Philadelphia Phillies leading the way in the entire MLB with a spectacular 49-24 record thus far, a fair number of the Phillies players have put up some impressive numbers in contributing to the team’s dominant success. Those players have been so good that you can classify them as having All-Star-worthy seasons to date.

Phase 1 of the voting process is officially open for the 2024 MLB All-Star Game, set to take place at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on July 16. Fans now have the opportunity to get their favorite players into the Midsummer Classic. A total of 32 players will be selected from each league, consisting of 20 position players and 12 pitchers. The voting process will determine the positional starters, while the rest of the roster will be determined by player ballots and the Commissioner’s office.

3 Phillies players who will end up being All-Star snubs this year

The Phillies have had just two players selected to the All-Star Game in each of the last three seasons, and from 2014 to 2019, they had just one representative each year. That should change in 2024. At least one MLB Insider thinks the team will have five players heading to Arlington, at least from the early predictions.

With the Phillies superstars ranging from Bryce Harper to Zack Wheeler, along with unbelievable seasons put together by Ranger Suárez, Matt Strahm, Alec Bohm and others, having such good seasons, the Phillies won't have a shortage of players who will be considered for the event.

But with so many Phillies having breakout seasons at the same time, along with the strong competition presented by the rest of the players in the National League, there are bound to be a few notable Phillies who will be left without a spot in the Midsummer Classic.

Here are three Phillies players who will likely suffer the unlucky fate of being snubbed for this year’s All-Star Game.