MLB All-Stars Who Debuted in 1986

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Can you name the Major League Baseball All-Stars who made their debuts during the 1986 season?

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Was an All-Star in 1993 as the Pirates' SS and in 1999 as the D'Backs' 2B
Baseball's all-time leader in career home runs and a seven-time NL MVP
Appeared in six All-Star Games as a 3B/OF for the Pirates and the Mets
Won 21 games for the Rangers in 1992, twice had the lowest ERA in the NL
Won the 1989 NLCS MVP as the Giants' 1B and later played for the Rangers
Won 20 games as a Met and as a Yankee and threw a perfect game in 1999
1990 NL Cy Young winner with the Pirates, was an All-Star with the Astros
The Angels' career leader in victories, had over 2,600 career strikeouts
1989 All-Star Game MVP as a Royals OF and a Pro Bowl RB with the Raiders
An All-Star 1B for the Angels as a rookie, went on to get over 2,000 hits
Three-time All-Star 1B for the Phillies, hit exactly .300 in his career
Won nine Silver Slugger awards at SS for the Reds and was the 1995 NL MVP
Winner of a record 18 Gold Gloves, 4 Cy Young Awards, and 355 career games
1B for many teams, led both leagues in home runs and hit 493 career HRs
Broke Maris's single-season home run record in 1998, hit 583 career HRs
Left-hander with 258 career wins, 94 of which have come since turning 40
Threw a no-hitter in 1990 with the Phillies, went on to pitch long relief
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Rangers 1B/DH with over 500 home runs and over 3,000 hits in his career
Initially a closer for the Brewers, went on to pitch in 1,064 career games
Infielder/outfielder for the Padres, was an All-Star for the Reds in 1992
Recorded longest hitting streak by a rookie as the Padres' catcher in 1987
Brett's replacement at 3B for the Royals, hit .323 in his rookie season
Became a regular in the Rangers' OF at age 20, led the AL in RBI in 1989
20-game winner and All-Star for the Pirates in 1991, later a Reds All-Star
One-time Rangers catcher, went on to win a Silver Slugger with the Yankees
Won the 1988 All-Star Game MVP and a WS ring as the Athletics' catcher
Regular SS for the Royals for four seasons, was an AL All-Star in 1988
An All-Star starter for the Indians, became a reliever for the D'Backs
Cardinals pitcher with terrific control, led the NL in Win-Loss % in 1992
Saved 201 career games for the White Sox, 57 of them in the 1990 season
Spent entire career as a 2B for the Giants, won a Silver Slugger in 1993
One-time setup man with the Blue Jays, led the AL in saves with 45 in 1993
All-Star closer for the Cubs, recorded 43 saves with the Phillies in 1993

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