The All-Star starters, reserves and pitchers were all announced Sunday. Starters were selected by a fan vote, and the pitchers and reserves were chosen by a combination of player vote and selections made by the commissioner's office.
Washington's representatives in the National League starting lineup will be first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, second baseman Daniel Murphy and outfielder Bryce Harper, who was the leading vote-getter in the NL.
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey, Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado, Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart and outfielders Charlie Blackmon of the Colorado Rockies and Marcell Ozuna of the host Miami Marlins round out the National League starting lineup.
The Los Angeles Dodgers, who have the best record in the National League, will not have any All-Star starters.
"I thought the voting was appropriate and right and good," Cubs manager Joe Maddon said on ESPN.
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was the top vote-getter in the American League. He is just a rookie, but his .327 batting average, 27 homers and 62 RBIs through Sunday's game were enough to attract 4,488,702 votes.
"My parents are going to be excited. I am going to have to call them and book a flight to Miami," Judge told the New York Post. "The (fan support) is incredible. I get the chance to play in front of the best fans every night at Yankee Stadium.
"The best of the best are going to be there in Miami. It's going to be cool to be around them."
He was elected to a starting spot in the outfield along with Springer and injured Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout. Also starting for the AL are Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Justin Smoak, Cleveland Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez and Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez.
With the addition of the reserves and pitchers, the Indians, Yankees and Astros each had five players named to the AL All-Star squad.
Pitchers Dallas Keuchel and Lance McCullers were the other Astros chosen to the AL squad.
The other AL reserves are first baseman Yonder Alonso of the Oakland Athletics, second baseman Jonathan Schoop of the Baltimore Orioles, third baseman Miguel Sano of the Minnesota Twins, outfielders Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox and Avisail Garcia of the Chicago White Sox, and designated hitter Nelson Cruz of the Seattle Mariners.
Other AL pitchers selected were Yu Darvish of the Texas Rangers, Michael Fulmer of the Detroit Tigers, Craig Kimbrel and Chris Sale of the Red Sox, Ervin Santana of the Twins and Jason Vargas of the Kansas City Royals.
The five candidates to earn the final AL spot in an internet vote are shortstop Elvis Andrus of the Rangers, shortstop Xander Bogaerts of the Red Sox, shortstop Didi Gregorius of the Yankees, first baseman Logan Morrison of the Rays and third baseman Mike Moustakas of the Royals.
The other NL reserves are catcher Yadier Molina of the St. Louis Cardinals, first baseman Paul Goldschmidt of the Arizona Diamondbacks, first baseman Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds, second baseman Josh Harrison of the Pittsburgh Pirates, second baseman DJ LeMahieu of the Colorado Rockies, shortstop Corey Seager of the Dodgers, third baseman Jake Lamb of the Diamondbacks, and outfielders Cody Bellinger of the Dodgers, Michael Conforto of the Mets, Ender Inciarte of the Atlanta Braves, and Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins.
The NL pitching staff includes Robbie Ray and Zack Greinke of the Diamondbacks, Brad Hand of the San Diego Padres, Greg Holland of the Rockies, Kenley Jansen and Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers, Corey Knebel of the Milwaukee Brewers, Carlos Martinez of the St. Louis Cardinals and Pat Neshek of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The National League final-vote candidates are first baseman Justin Bour of the Marlins, third baseman Kris Bryant of the Cubs, third baseman Anthony Rendon of the Nationals, first baseman Mark Reynolds of the Rockies and third baseman Justin Turner of the Dodgers.
Maddon will manage the National League squad, and Indians manager Terry Francona of will handle the American League team. They will select the starting pitchers for their respective teams, and Maddon will also select his DH from NL reserves.
There are 32 players on each roster, two more than in years past.