In addition to Gary Sanchez and DJ LeMahieu, there is another Yankee who was named to the American League's All-Star roster: Aroldis Chapman.
Chapman was New York's lone pitcher named to the All-Star Game, the league announced Sunday.
The 31-year-old Chapman, who has 23 saves and a 1.36 ERA in 35 relief appearances this year, makes his sixth All-Star Game in his 10-year career.
Sanchez and LeMahieu were both voted in as starters. Sanchez, 26, ranks second in the AL with 23 home runs and is slashing .261/.330/.588 with 54 RBIs.
LeMahieu, meanwhile, leads the American League with a .342 batting average. He also has a .390 on-base percentage, .528 slugging percentage, 12 home runs and 59 RBIs, which rank fourth in the AL.
Neither Gleyber Torres nor Luke Voit were selected. Given there is no more final vote, their only routes to the All-Star Game rosters would be for an injury substitution.