Webb was 8-6 with a 3.27 ERA and tied for the third in the
league with 104 strikeouts going into Saturday night's start at
The All-Star game will be Tuesday night in San Francisco.
The right-hander was among five pitchers who were candidates for
the final NL All-Star spot in Internet voting. San Diego's Chris
Young won that balloting.
Fuentes, who has a strained back muscle, won his spot in player
voting. Webb was the top vote-getter among NL pitchers on the
player ballot who were not chosen.
The left-handed Fuentes is 0-4 with a 4.06 ERA and 20 saves. His
injury is expected to sideline him until after the All-Star break.
Fuentes recently lost his job as the Rockies closer after
blowing four straight save chances. He said he still plans to make
the trip to San Francisco to take part in the festivities.