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Wacha, Rosenthal picked for first All-Star game

ST. LOUIS, MO (KFVS) -

The St. Louis Cardinals' Wacha, Rosenthal and Molina were added to the All-Star game picks on Monday, July 6.

Trevor Rosenthal and Michael Wacha were picked as pitchers and Yadier Molina was picked as reserve catcher on the National League team, according to MLB.com.

Carlos Martinez is a final vote nominee. You have until Friday, July 10 to vote. You can click here to vote online or text the word "VOTE" to 89269 and then enter the code "N4" to vote for Martinez. You can also tweet #VOTETSUNAMI to cast your vote for Martinez through Twitter.

For more information on voting by text or tweet, you can click here.

This will be Wacha and Rosenthal's first All-Star game.

They join Jhonny Peralta, picked as starting shortstop, and Matt Holliday, picked as starting outfielder, earlier.

You can click here for the full roster.

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