Among those chosen for the 88 Midsummer Classics played since 1933, some have been as tall or even taller. Some have been as heavy or even heavier. But not a single one selected has ever been both taller and heavier than the 6-foot-7, 282-pound Home Run Derby champion, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
In fact, according to ESPN Stats & Info, no position player -- All-Star or not -- has ever been both taller and heavier than Judge. Only two pitchers -- Jon Rauch (6-11, 290) and Jeff Niemann (6-9, 285) -- can claim that distinction.
Former Detroit Tigers first baseman (and current Players Association executive director) Tony Clark -- all 6-8 of him -- made his lone All-Star appearance in 2001, enough to give him an inch advantage over Judge, who this year ties Frank Howard and Richie Sexson for second place among non-pitchers in baseball's midseason showcase.
Additionally, Judge is more than a foot taller than the shortest All-Star selections ever -- shortstop Freddie Patek, outfielder Albie Pearson and pitcher Connie Marrero, who were all 5-5 -- and nearly 150 pounds heavier than the lightest -- pitcher Bobby Shantz, who weighed in at just 139 pounds.
With all that in mind, we wanted to see how some of this year's All-Stars -- as well as some recognizable names from the NFL and NBA, plus a surprise guest at the end -- stack up against him. (See above!)
GIF by Mike Facciolo, ESPN.com