Chris Sale and Max Scherzer will start for the American and National League, respectively, in Tuesday's Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Sale, then with the Chicago White Sox, also pitched the first inning of last year's game. He will be the 16th player to make consecutive All-Star starts, the first since Randy Johnson did so in 2000-01.
Scherzer will make his second All-Star start as well. He started for the AL as a member of the Detroit Tigers in 2013.