The Pittsburgh Pirates will have three representatives in the NL All-Star game this year, as Andrew McCutchen, Josh Harrison, and Tony Watson have all been named to the team.

McCutchen was named to the team for the fourth year in a row. He led all NL outfielders with 4,519,440 votes. He's also the first Pirates player to start an All-Star game since Jason Bay in 2006. McCutchen currently has a .322/.423/.542 line in 383 plate appearances this year. Heading into today's game, he had a 1.128 OPS in 139 plate appearances since the start of June.

Harrison and Watson were named to the team by Mike Matheny. He's been a huge spark for the Pirates this year, hitting for a .299/.336/.448 line, and playing second base, third base, shortstop, and both corner outfield spots. Watson has been fant...

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