Giancarlo Stanton didn't finish among the top three National League outfielders, but he'll be the starting designated hitter for the National League.
Stanton has a .308 batting average and 21 home runs for Miami, and was among the outfield voting leaders until a late push of voters who supported former Twins outfielder Carlos Gomez, who now plays for Milwaukee.
Here's a look at the other National League reserves:
Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers, catcher
Devin Mesoraco, Reds, catcher
Freddie Freeman, Braves, first base
Daniel Murphy, Mets, second base
Dee Gordon, Dodgers, second base
Starlin Castro, Cubs, shortstop
Todd Frazier, Reds, third base
Matt Carpenter, Cardinals, third base
Josh Harrison, Pirates, infield-outfield
Charlie Blackmon, Rockies, outfield
Hunter Pence, Giants, outfield