Royals’ Mike Moustakas, Dodgers’ Justin Turner win last All-Star spots

The final initial two roster spots for next week’s All-Star Game went to third baseman Mike Moustakas of the Kansas City Royals and fellow third baseman Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

2017 All-Star Game rosters

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Online fan voting determined the “Final Vote” last spot on each league’s roster, both of which were announced Thursday evening on MLB Network.

Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant was second in the NL vote, leaving Cubs reliever Wade Davis as the sole representative of the World Series champions at Tuesday’s game in Miami. Davis did not join the Cubs until the offseason, after Chicago’s first World Series title since 1908.

The last time a World Series champion had only one All-Star was 2007, when Albert Pujols was the only player from the St. Louis Cardinals.

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