Braves catcher Brian McCann and closer Craig Kimbrel were named the Sporting News National League All-Star team, making Atlanta one of three teams with two selections to the 10-member team.
Milwaukee had first baseman Prince Fielder and outfielder Ryan Braun, while the Los Angeles Dodgers had pitcher Clayton Kershaw and outfielder Matt Kemp, the only unanimous selection.
Voting for the Sporting News All-Star teams was by 55 members of major-league front offices, including 29 NL team executives. Eight NL position players were selected along with one starting pitcher and one reliever.
Rounding out the NL team were Cincinnati second baseman Brandon Phillips, Chicago third baseman Aramis Ramirez, Colorado shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and Diamondbacks outfielder Justin Upton.
Kimbrel tied for the NL lead with 46 saves, a major league rookie record. He was named the Sporting News NL rookie of the year on Monday.
Despite ending the season with a career-worst six-week slump following an oblique strain, McCann finished with a .270 average and .351 on-base percentage and led NL catchers with 24 home runs. He was second among NL catchers in RBIs (71) and OPS (.817).