MLB Twitter highlights the biggest 2021 All-Star Game snubs

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The announcement of the 2021 MLB All-Star Game rosters brought out plenty of complaints about unbelievable snubs on Twitter.

There’s only one thing fans like more than celebrating their favorite players being selected for the MLB All-Star Game. That’s complaining about the players who were snubbed.

On Sunday, after MLB released the full rosters for the American League and National League squads, you can bet there were questions about the guys who missed out.

Who stands out among the snubs? Twitter had thoughts on the subject.

Which players were snubs for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game?

Mariners shortstop J.P. Crawford got a shoutout from a teammate as an All-Star snub.

Seattle thought they should have had more than just pitcher Yusei Kikuchi make the squad.

The Indians are sending pitcher Shane Bieber and third baseman Jose Ramirez to Denver for the All-Star festivities. Should they have had two more?

A trio of Dodgers will be making the trip, including first baseman Max Muncy and outfielders Mookie Betts and Chris Taylor. However, Will Smith is not.

Fans had complaints and jokes to make together.

Nelson Cruz is the only member of the Twins who made the AL team. Reliever Taylor Rogers has an argument as a snub.

It was no surprise to see shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., second baseman Jake Cronenworth, starting pitcher Yu Darvish and closer Mark Melancon make the cut for the Padres.

Many fans couldn’t believe Manny Machado wasn’t in that number.

Mets fans were just as annoyed to see Taijuan Walker left out.

The 2021 MLB All-Star Game is scheduled for July 13. Those who were disappointed not to make the roster have plenty of season left to prove the doubters wrong.

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