Over the course of the 75 years of the Little League Baseball® World Series, a number of graduates of the iconic event have gone on to prestigious careers in Major League Baseball (MLB), but only a handful have gone on to make it as an all-star both in their Little League® career and their MLB career.
Below is a list of the Little League Baseball World Series graduates who have gone on to be named to the MLB All-Star team:
|Name||Hometown||League||Year at LLBWS||Year(s) at the MLB All-Star Game|
|Boog Powell||Lakeland, Florida||Orange LL||1954||1968-71|
|Rick Wise||Portland, Oregon||Rose City LL||1958||1971, 1973|
|Carney Lansford||Santa Clara, California||Briarwood LL||1969||1988|
|Gary Sheffield||Tampa, Florida||Belmont Heights LL||1980||1992-93, 1996, 1998-2000, 2003-05|
|Dan Wilson||Barrington, Illinois||Barrington LL||1981||1996|
|Wilson Alvarez||Maracaibo, Venezuela||Coquivacoa LL||1982||1997|
|Jason Varitek||Almonte Springs, Florida||Almonte Springs National LL||1984||2003, 2005, 2008|
|Kevin Cash||Tampa, Florida||Northside LL||1989||2021 (as manager)|
|Jason Bay||Trail, B.C||Trail LL||1990||2005-06, 2009|
|Jason Marquis||Staten Island, New York||South Shore American||1991||2009|
|Todd Frazier||Toms River, New Jersey||Toms River American LL||1998||2014-15|
|Lance Lynn||Brownsburg, Indiana||Brownsburg LL||1999||2012, 2021|
|Michael Saunders||Victoria, British Columbia||Gordon Head LL||1999||2016|
|Michael Conforto||Redmond, Washington||Redmond North LL||2004||2017|
|Jonathan Schoop||Willemstad, Curacao||Pabao LL||2004||2017|
|Cody Bellinger||Chandler, Arizona||Chandler National LL||2007||2017, 2019|
To learn more about some of the notable Little League alumni, visit LittleLeague.org/Alumni.
NOTE: If you know of a notable Little League graduate that belongs on this list, please complete the above Little League Alumni Submission form.
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