The Minnesota Twins currently sit top of the AL Central with an 8 game lead over the Cleveland Indians while having the best record in the American League at 50-27 leaving fans excited for what has yet to come with the All-Star Break coming up. However, 4 Twins players made the final cut to determine the AL starters for the 2019 MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland. Outfielder Eddie Rosario, First Baseman C.J. Cron, Shortstop Jorge Polanco, and DH Nelson Cruz, all having outstanding years look to represent Minnesota proud in the mid-summer classic. However, Outfielder Max Kepler also having a great year having 19 home runs so far on the year, just missed the cut by a small margin of 138 votes. Out of the following Twins players, Nelson Cruz is the only one to make the All-Star game, having played in 6 of them. Vote for well deserving Twins players as the final winners will be announced Thursday night.