More than 45 Little League® Alumni Set to Showcase their talents at the 2024 MLB All-Star Week

While the 2024 Little League Baseball® World Series, Presented by T-Mobile, is just weeks away, all eyes shift to the MLB Midsummer Classic and other events in the upcoming All-Star Week, which will feature more than 45 Little League graduates.

Below is a list of the world-class athletes that will compete in the festivities with their hometowns and local leagues watching and cheering on.

MLB All-Star Game

The 2024 MLB All-Star Game is the premier event of the week, capping off the action as the best-of-the-best clash. Check out the list of All-Stars that will take the field in Arlington, Texas, who first got their start in baseball through playing Little League®.

American League All-Stars:

  • Tyler Anderson – Los Angeles Angels – Red Rock LL (Las Vegas, Nev.)
  • Bruce Bochy (Manager) – Baileys Crossroads National LL (Falls Church, Va.)
  • Carlos Correa – Minnesota Twins – Villa Blanca LL (Santa Isabel, P.R.)
  • Garrett Crochet – Chicago White Sox – Ocean Springs (Miss.) LL
  • Logan Gilbert – Seattle Mariners – Apopka National LL (Winter Springs, Fla.)
  • Aaron Judge – New York Yankees – Linden (Calif.) LL
  • Steven Kwan – Cleveland Guardians – Sunnyvale (Calif.) LL
  • Cole Ragans – Kansas City Royals – Northwest Leon LL (Tallahassee, Fla.)
  • Tarik Skubal – Detroit Tigers – Kingman (Ariz.) North LL/Kingman (Ariz.) South LL
  • Juan Soto – New York Yankees – Banco Central LL (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
  • Kyle Tucker – Houston Astros – Tampa Bay (Fla.) LL

National League All-Stars:

  • Pete Alonso – New York Mets – Tampa Bay (Fla.) LL*
  • Freddie Freeman – Los Angeles Dodgers – Long Beach (Calif.) LL
  • Jeff Hoffman – Philadelphia Phillies – North Colonie (N.Y.) American LL
  • Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Dodgers – Mizusawa (Japan) LL
  • Heliot Ramos – San Francisco Giants – Rosario y Cardona LL (Maunabo, P.R.)
  • Chris Sale – Atlanta Braves – Lakeland City (Fla.) Baseball LL
  • Paul Skenes – Pittsburgh Pirates – Lake Forest (Calif.) LL
  • Trea Turner – Philadelphia Phillies – West Boynton Beach (Fla.) LL
  • Logan Webb – San Francisco Giants – Tri City LL (Rocklin, Calif.)
  • Zach Wheeler – Philadelphia Phillies – Smyrna (Ga.) LL
  • Christian Yelich – Milwaukee Brewers – Thousand Oaks (Calif.) LL

*Will also be competing in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday, July 15

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MLB Futures Game

The MLB Futures Game shines the spotlight on the stars of tomorrow, giving some of the best prospects in baseball the chance to play on the national stage before they get called up to The Show. Among the list of participants are numerous Little League alumni who will compete in the contest.

American League All-Stars

  • Roman Anthony – Wellington (Fla.) Recreation LL
  • Max Clark – Franklin (Ind.) LL
  • Caden Dana – Montgomery (N.Y.) LL
  • Spencer Jones – Encinitas (Calif.) LL
  • Marcelo Mayer – Eastlake LL (Chula Vista, Calif.)
  • Colson Montgomery – Huntingburg (Ind.) LL
  • Ralphy Velazquez – San Pedro Eastview (Calif.) LL

National League All-Stars

  • Drake Baldwin – West Madison (Wisco.) National LL
  • Justin Crawford – Chandler (Ariz.) National LL
  • Dylan Crews – Lake Mary (Fla.) LL
  • Bryce Eldridge – Vienna (Va.) National LL
  • Ian Kinsler (Bench Coach) – Canyon Del Oro LL (Oro Valley, Ariz.)
  • Quinn Mathews – Aliso Viejo (Calif.) LL
  • Matt Shaw – Quaboag Valley LL (Holland, Mass.)
  • Robby Snelling – Reno (Nev.) American LL
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HBCU Swingman Classic

The second-ever HBCU Swingman Classic offers a platform to the top athletes from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to play in front of a national audience. This year, the teams are led by baseball legends Ken Griffey Jr. and “Legendary” Lloyd McClendon (Anderson (Ind.) LL), the 1971 Little League Baseball World Series graduate from Anderson Little League (Gary, Ind.). Making up some of this year’s participants are Little League graduates who started their journey on local fields.

Team 1 (Griffey Jr.)

  • Janmikell Bastardo – Lehigh Acres (Fla.) LL
  • Tanner Boccabello – Citrus Park LL (Lutz, Fla.)
  • Juan Cruz – Apopka National LL (Winter Springs, Fla.)
  • Tristan Curless – Crockett (Texas) Merchants LL
  • Kieran Etwaru – Wellington (Fla.) Recreational LL
  • Manny Jackson – Braden River LL (Bradenton, Fla.)
  • Christian Womble – Donald Gleason North LL (Pittsfield, Md.)

Team 2 (McClendon)

  • Evan Bouldin – M O T LL (Middletown, Del.)
  • Cameron Bufford – South Holland LL/Jackie Robinson West LL (Chicago, Ill.)
  • Christian Davis – Newton County LL (Covington, Ga.)
  • Daniel Gaviria – South Orange LL (Orlando, Fla.)
  • Caleb Granger – Northwest Leon LL (Tallahassee, Fla.)
  • Dreylin Holmes – Spalding County LL (Griffin, Ga.)
  • Domenic Martinez – Magnolia National LL (Houston, Texas)
  • Isaiah Williams – Foothills LL (Valley Springs, Calif.)
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MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game

All-Star Week isn’t just for the best baseball players the sport has to offer, as more Little League graduates will also compete in this year’s MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game.

  • Jenna Bandy – Conejo Valley LL (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
  • Nelson Vergara – Greenwich Village (N.Y.) LL


NOTE: If you know of a notable Little League graduate that would fit into any of these categories, please complete the above Little League Alumni Submission form.