Latino’s who were snubbed from the MLB All-Star Game Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte The Dominican-born Marte has been one of the team’s top performers and he could be sent to a contender at the trade deadline. The 29-year-old has is own impressive slash line of .282/.332/.460/.792 to go with 10 homers, 38 RBI’s, 19 extra base hits, 23 stolen bases, 47 runs scored, and has made some plays with his glove. Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Raisel Iglesias In the 27 games in which Iglesias has taken the mound, the Reds have sported an outstanding record of 21-6. There is faint hope that the Reds will try to make an improbable 11th hour postseason run with the 28-year-old holding down the back end of the pitching staff. Detroit Tigers outfielder Nicholas Castellanos Castellanos is the best hitter on this roster and a top-15 hitter in the American League with a .306/.359/.523/.882 slash line combined with 15 home runs, 56 RBI’s, 111 total hits (31 of them for extra bases), and 53 runs scored. It’s a crime that this 26-year-old talent is not on the A.L. roster. Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre The ageless wonder continues to defy the odds as he pushes closer towards the age of 40 (turned 39 at the start of the season). Between March and June Beltre had a monthly batting average of .300 or better, a monthly OPS of .800 or better, and a monthly OBP of .360 or higher.