Which All-Star is most likely to be traded by the deadline?

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Being an All-Star doesn't preclude a player from being dealt. Just ask Andrew Miller, Mark Melancon or Jonathan Lucroy, three of seven All-Stars in 2016 who were traded after the appearing in the game but before the trade deadline last season.

While none of the bigger names taking the field in Miami this year -- Clayton Kershaw, Bryce Harper or Mookie Betts -- will be on the move, there are players who could be traded before the 2017 deadline. Who are they? Our experts discuss which All-Stars could draw interest in the next few weeks.

Will it be a first baseman?