The All-Star Game in Pittsburgh, featuring the best players of the 2006 season, got us wondering what each league's roster would look like if the best single-season performances from history were eligible. Would Ruth's 60 home runs in 1927 trump his all-around brilliance in 1923 (when he could actually steal a few bases)? How about second base, where Roberto Alomar in 2001 and Nap Lajoie in 1910 span the game's history?
ESPN.com's Rob Neyer put together his rosters for each league, but he found himself passing on some pretty good seasons. So what do you think, SportsNation? Who would get the start at each position? Just vote for one player at each position (and three in the outfield).
Check back on Tuesday, July 11 for a simulation game between the Ultimate All-Star teams.