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The postseason may be over, but there is still some exciting baseball to be played. A collection of the game's top talent will represent Major League Baseball next week when the Japan All-Star Series begins on Tuesday, and the roster for the MLB team was revealed on Friday.

Robinson Cano, Yasiel Puig, Evan Longoria and Jose Altuve headline a group of 29 players on the MLB All-Star team, which will be managed by Boston's John Farrell. The Major League squad will play a five-game series against Japan's national team, Samurai Japan.

MLB.TV subscribers will be able to watch every game live and on-demand online and on supported mobile devices via the MLB.com At Bat app, and all games will air on MLB Network, which will also broadcast replays of each telecast at 9 p.m. ET on game nights.

The 29-man roster includes 14 pitchers, three catchers, seven infielders, two outfielders and three infielders-outfielders. Here's a list of the full team:

PITCHERS (14)
Jeff Beliveau, Rays
Jerry Blevins, Nationals
Chris Capuano, free agent
Randy Choate, Cardinals
Jeremy Guthrie, Royals
Tommy Hunter, Orioles
Hisashi Iwakuma, Mariners
Mark Melancon, Pirates
Franklin Morales, free agent
Hector Santiago, Angels
Matt Shoemaker, Angels
Jose Veras, Astros
Tsuyoshi Wada, Cubs
Rob Wooten, Brewers
CATCHERS (3)
Drew Butera, Dodgers
Erik Kratz, Royals
Salvador Perez, Royals

INFIELDERS (7)
Jose Altuve, Astros
Robinson Cano, Mariners
Alcides Escobar, Royals
Evan Longoria, Rays
Justin Morneau, Rockies
Eduardo Nunez, Twins
Carlos Santana, Indians

OUTFIELDERS (2)
Dexter Fowler, Astros
Yasiel Puig, Dodgers

INFIELDERS/OUTFIELDERS (3)
Chris Carter, Astros
Lucas Duda, Mets
Ben Zobrist, Rays

Here is the schedule of live games on MLB.TV and MLB Network (all times ET):

Tuesday: Exhibition vs. Hanshin Tigers/Yomiuri Giants at Koshien (4 a.m.)
Wednesday: Game 1 at Kyocera Dome, Osaka (4 a.m.)
Friday, Nov. 14: Game 2 at Tokyo Dome (4 a.m.)
Saturday, Nov. 15: Game 3 at Tokyo Dome (4 a.m.)
Sunday, Nov. 16: Game 4 at Tokyo Dome (4 a.m.)
Tuesday, Nov. 18: Game 5 at Sapporo Dome, Sapporo (5 a.m.)
Thursday, Nov. 20: Exhibition vs. Team Japan, Okinawa (4 a.m.)
http://m.mlb.com/news/article/100801...ll-star-series
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