Aces Justin Verlander, Gerrit Cole, Max Fried all inactive for MLB All-Star Game after weekend starts play Verlander strikes out the side to reach 10 K's (0:29) Justin Verlander strikes out the side in the sixth inning to record 10 K's in the Astros' win over the A's. (0:29) 12:34 PM ET Associated Press NEW YORK -- Houston's Justin Verlander , the Yankees' Gerrit Cole and Atlanta's Max Fried won't be active for the All-Star Game after weekend starts. Relievers Liam Hendriks of the Chicago White Sox , Jordan Romano of Toronto and Devin Williams of Milwaukee replaced them on the active rosters for Tuesday's game at Dodger Stadium, Major League Baseball said Sunday. About a dozen players have changed from the original rosters announced July 6 and 8. Editor's Picks From the All-Star Game to Cooperstown? Hall of Fame tiers for every 2022 MLB All-Star 5h Bradford Doolittle 1 Related Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Tyler Anderson , Miami first baseman Garrett Cooper , San Diego infielder Jake Cronenworth , San Francisco left-hander Carlos Rodón , Toronto infielder Santiago Espinal , Boston designated hitter J.D. Martinez , Atlanta third baseman Austin Riley and Texas shortstop Corey Seager were among previous additions. Houston second baseman Jose Altuve , Astros DH Yordan Álvarez , St. Louis third baseman Nolan Arenado , Miami second baseman Jazz Chisholm Jr ., Milwaukee closer Josh Hader , Philadelphia DH Bryce Harper , Rodón and Toronto outfielder George Springer were among those who dropped out, most of them because of injuries. Altuve was replaced in the starting lineup by Cleveland's Andrés Giménez , Chisholm by the New York Mets ' Jeff McNeil and Harper by Atlanta's William Contreras .