Cedric Mullins will represent the Orioles at the 2021 MLB All-Star Game. Mullins is batting .313/.381/.535 through July 3. He ranks second in the American League in hits with 99, and is currently fifth in batting average and tied for fifth in doubles with 22.

This year’s All-Star Game will be played July 13 at Coors Field in Denver.

Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini will participate in the 2021 MLB Home Run Derby July 12. Mancini is currently batting .256 with 15 home runs after missing all of last season battling stage 3 colon cancer.

Two Orioles have won the Home Run Derby, with Miguel Tejada taking the crown in 2004 and Cal Ripken Jr. in 1991.

Here’s a look back at the Orioles’ All-Stars through the last 30 years.

2021
Cedric Mullins

2020
No All-Star game

2019
John Means

2018
Manny Machado

2017
Jonathan Schoop

2016
Brad Brach, Zach Britton, Manny Machado, Mark Trumbo, Matt Wieters

2015
Zach Britton, Adam Jones, Manny Machado, Darren O’Day

2014
Nelson Cruz, Adam Jones, Matt Wieters

2013
Chris Davis, J.J. Hardy, Adam Jones, Manny Machado, Chris Tillman

2012
Jim Johnson, Adam Jones, Matt Wieters

2011
Matt Wieters

2010
Ty Wiggington

2009
Adam Jones

2008
George Sherrill

2007
Brian Roberts

2006
Miguel Tejada

2005
Brian Roberts, Miguel Tejada, Melvin Mora, B.J. Ryan

2004
Miguel Tejada

2003
Melvin Mora

2002
Tony Batista

2001
Cal Ripken Jr.

2000
Mike Bordick, Cal Ripken Jr.

1999
Harold Baines, Mike Mussina, Cal Ripken Jr., B.J. Surhoff

1998
Roberto Alomar, Rafael Palmeiro, Cal Ripken Jr.

1997
Roberto Alomar, Brady Anderson, Jimmy Key, Mike Mussina, Cal Ripken Jr.

1996
Roberto Alomar, Brady Anderson, Cal Ripken Jr.

1995
Cal Ripken Jr.

1994
Mike Mussina, Cal Ripken Jr., Lee Smith

1993
Mike Mussina, Cal Ripken Jr.

1992
Brady Anderson, Mike Mussina, Cal Ripken Jr.

1991
Cal Ripken Jr.

1990
Gregg Olson, Cal Ripken Jr.

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