Although 10 players from the New York Yankees and Mets won’t make the MLB All-Star Game, here are the Top 10 up to this point in 2015.

By Robby Sabo

New York Yankees, Mets Top 10 All-Stars In 2015The 2015 MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati is just nine days away.

This means that real dissecting of the New York Yankees and Mets can be conducted without worrying about sample size.

The Yankees have played 82 games going 44-38, good enough for second-place in the AL East. Considering the ridiculous number of question marks surrounding the club heading into 2015, the fact that they’ve showcased themselves as one of the more consistent AL squads is a real positive.New York Yankees, Mets Top 10 All-Stars In 2015

The Mets on the other hand – after their torrid and unbelievable 13-3 start – have played 83 games in total. Their 42-41 mark is rather disappointing when realizing just how filthy their young starting rotation has been.

Finding a solution in the lineup is Sandy Alderson’s only mission right now. Finding that guy without having to surrender any of their Phenom-Five will also be a mandatory mission for the All-Star cast of front office execs in Flushing.

Despite the contrasting feel around each team at the moment, there are some All-Stars in the Big Apple right now. There will be a handful of players from these two squads that’ll surely receive the All-Star nod despite none of them finding themselves on the official starting rosters that were released on Sunday.

While 10 All-Stars is stretching the issue, we rank the Top 10 New York City Baseball players so far during the 2015 MLB season:











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