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2005 Chad Cordero P, Livan Hernandez P

**The first ever NATS All-Stars! Hernandez pitched one inning; Cordero entered the bottom of the eighth with two outs and struck out Ivan Rodriguez (future NAT).

2006 Alfonso Soriano LF

**The third player in MLB history to start an All-Star Game in both leagues at two different positions (LF for NL, and 2B for AL). Soriano singled in the third and stole 2B.

2007 Dmitri Young 1B

**As DH, Young had a ground ball single in the bottom of the 9th and scored on Alfonso Soriano’s (then with the Chicago cubs) home run. Late rally could not overcome the deficit and NL lost 5-4.

2008 Cristian Guzman SS

**Guzman entered as a pinch runner in the top of the 9th, was caught stealing. The SS played 3rd base in the game, went 0 for 3.

2009 Ryan Zimmerman 3B

**Zimmerman entered in the bottom of the 5TH at 3B, went 0 for 2.

2010 Matt Capps P

**Capps entered the bottom of the 6th, got David Ortiz to strike out looking. Capps got the win (3-1), ending a 13 year NL drought at the All-Star Game.

2011 Tyler Clippard P

** Clippard was the second NAT in a row to get the win in the All-Star Game. He was also the first pitcher in MLB history to earn a win in an All-Star or postseason game by facing only one batter and allowing a hit. Adrian Beltre singled off Clippard in the top of the 4th but Hunter Pence threw out the runner at home plate.

2012 Ian Desmond SS, Gio Gonzalez P, Bryce Harper OF, Stephen Strasburg P

**Gonzalez and Strasburg each pitched scoreless innings; Gonzalez in the third facing three batters, and Strasburg in the fourth facing 4. Harper entered as a PH for Carlos Beltran in the 5th, played LF, went 0 for 1. Harper (age 19) was the third youngest player ever elected to the All-Star Game, after Dwight Gooden and Bob Feller, and the youngest ever position player (Gooden and Feller being pitchers). Desmond had to withdraw due to injury (left oblique strain).

2013 Bryce Harper OF, Jordan Zimmermann P

**In his second All-Star game and as a starter this time, Harper had two catches in center, went 0 for 2 and exited in the 6th. Bryce became the youngest NL starter in All-Star game history. He was the second NAT after Soriano to start. Zimmermann could not play due to stiffness in the neck. --2013 Home Run Derby: Harper made it to the final round, with his father pitching to him and sporting an impressive mohawk, and ended up coming in 2nd to Yoenis Cespedes (9 to 8). Harper was the second youngest player to compete in the Derby, being older than Ken Griffey Jr. in his 1990 appearance by only 39 days. He became the first NAT to compete in the Derby.

2014 Tyler Clippard P, Jordan Zimmermann P

**Clippard faced two batters – Jose Altuve and Miquel Cabrera – in the 5th inning, throwing 11 pitches (8 strikes), and did not give up a hit. Zimmermann unfortunately had to sit out his second Midsummer Classic due to injury.

2015 Bryce Harper OF, Max Scherzer P

**Bryce Harper was the leading vote-getter in 2015, with 13,964,950 fan votes, the most of any player to appear on the NL ballot. Max Scherzer had to decline participation due to where the game fell on his pitching schedule. Harper played RF and went 0 for 3 with two strikeouts.

2016 Bryce Harper OF, Daniel Murphy 2B, Wilson Ramos C, Max Scherzer P and Stephen Strasburg P

**Bryce Harper got his first All-Star hit (double in the top of the 3rd), Daniel Murphy reached base 3 times, and Max Scherzer threw a perfect 6th inning.