Finalists announced in the "All-Star Teachers" program

Major League Baseball, Target Corp (NYSE: TGT) and PEOPLE today announced the 90 finalists in the "Target Presents PEOPLE All-Star Teachers" campaign, which celebrates remarkable current and retired teachers who make an impact on the lives of their students and communities. Fans are encouraged to visit AllStarTeachers.com to view the full list of 90 finalists, three representing each MLB Club, and to vote on their favorite stories through June 29th

All 30 winners, one representing each MLB Club, will be announced prior to All-Star Week. Winners will be included in All-Star Week activities and recognized during the pre-game ceremony of the 2014 MLB All-Star Game on FOX. One winner will be featured in PEOPLE during the week of the MLB All-Star Game.

Target presents "PEOPLE All-Star Teachers" is just one part of Target, MLB and PEOPLE's efforts to celebrate teachers and raise awareness about the importance of education this baseball season. MLB Legends have attended Target-hosted School Library Makeover events in MLB communities throughout the first half of the season including Hall of Famer Ernie Banks, Vinny Castilla, Ron Cey, Cliff Floyd, Luis Gonzalez, Tim Laudner, Gary Matthews, Tony Oliva, Harold Reynolds and Michael Young. Guests and fans can visit ABullsEyeView.com/Baseball for regular updates and behind-the-scenes access to campaign activities leading up to the All-Star Game.

Below is a complete list of "Target Presents PEOPLE All-Star Teachers" finalists. To read their amazing stories and vote, go to AllStarTeachers.com.

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS (National League)

Finalist                              School Location

Elizabeth Zipp                   Phoenix, AZ

Samantha Poe                    Phoenix, AZ

Teresa Durazo                    Tucson, AZ

ATLANTA BRAVES (National League)

Judy Stewart                      Acworth, GA

Kelly Ogles                        Carrollton, GA

Katherine Van Heidrich      Charlotte, NC

BALTIMORE ORIOLES (American League)

Brian Raska                       Woodbridge, VA

Catherine Thorson             Annapolis, MD

Thomas Arentz                  Baltimore, MD

BOSTON RED SOX (American League)

Paul Richardson                 Lexington, KY

Annette Wylie                    Worcester, MA

Shawn Ilinitch                    Barre, MA

CHICAGO CUBS (National League)

Colleen Antas                    Chicago, IL

Regina Kinasz                   Mt. Prospect, IL

Christopher Della Valle     North Las Vegas, NV

CHICAGO WHITE SOX (American League)

Garret Lim                         Walnut, CA

Brenda Mendoza                 Aurora, IL

Sean Monahan          Chicago, IL

CINCINNATI REDS (National League)

Rachel Blanks                      Dayton, OH

Jean McPherron                   Provo, UT

Zach Kelley                         Brownsburg, IN

CLEVELAND INDIANS (American League)

Wendi Pillars                       Siler City, NC

Jacqui Spetrino                    Mentor, OH

Michael Hayes                     Cincinnati, OH

COLORADO ROCKIES (National League)

Cheryl Beckwith                 Denver, CO

Mark Parmet                       Denver, CO

Cherese Smith                    Ozark, AZ

DETROIT TIGERS (American League)

Michael Sinclair                Kalamazoo, MI

Murcy Jones                      Detroit, MI

Amie Adamkiewicz           Romulus, MI

HOUSTON ASTROS (American League)

Carol Liberman                  Houston, TX

Tamira Cole                     Houston, TX

Marsha Bromley                Corpus Christi, TX

KANSAS CITY ROYALS (American League)

Elizabeth Rogers               Roseville, MN

Megan Coone                   Independence, MO

Lindi Todd                       Carthage, MO

LOS ANGELES ANGELS OF ANAHEIM (American League)

Erika Perrine                        Apple Valley, CA

Erin Woodward                    Lake Isabella, CA

Blake Smith                         Santa Ana, CA

LOS ANGELES DODGERS (National League)

Jennifer Wilson                    Fullerton, CA

Isagani Celzo                       Huntington Park, CA

Anthony Saavedra                San Pedro, CA

MIAMI MARLINS (National League)

David Voytek                     Lake Worth, FL

Keri Porter                          Fort Lauderdale, FL

Claudia Perez                      Miami, FL

MILWAUKEE BREWERS (National League)

Samuel Huber                    Grafton, WI

Tracy Tate                          Oconto Falls, WI

Eric Vander Loop               Appleton, WI

MINNESOTA TWINS (American League)

Mike Sommerness              Pequot Lakes, MN

Neil Johnson                       Shakopee, MN

Cindy Britain                      Minneapolis, MN

NEW YORK METS (National League)

Michael Soskil                   Newfoundland, PA

Renan Ebeid                       Brooklyn, NY

Emily Korn                        Stamford, CT

NEW YORK YANKEES (American League)

William Termine                 Middle Village, NY

Monica Callenbach              New York, NY

Joseph Alvear                      Brooklyn, NY

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (American League)

Keith Debro                        Oakland, CA   

Allison Pruitt                       San Jose, CA

Nayo Brooks                       San Francisco, CA

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (National League)

Garrett Lyons                     Wilmington, DE

Jabari Whitehead                 Wayne, PA

Gina Rexrode                       Bear, DE

PITTSBURGH PIRATES (National League)

Nicole Dow-Macosky         Horsham, PA

Suzanne Blair                      Greenville, PA

Rebecca Hauser                   Murrysville, PA

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (National League)

Hank Kauffman                   Ladue, MO

Dee Ann Moran                   Moore, OK

Sam Skibbe                         St. Louis, MO

SAN DIEGO PADRES (National League)

Keith Ballard                        San Diego, CA

Stephanie Hubner                 Imperial Beach, CA

Tim Gilliland                        Yuma, AZ

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (National League)

Kerri Baetkey                     Kentfield,CA

Tracy Ruiz                          Vacaville, CA

Robin Kunysz                      Salinas, CA

SEATTLE MARINERS (American League)

Bob Porto                           Falmouth, MA

Kevin Zelko                         Seattle, WA

Bob Bruce                           Elmira, OR

TAMPA BAY RAYS (American League)

Constance Hines                 Welsey Chapel, FL

Alison Kearney                   Bonita Springs, FL

Rolf Metral                          Naples, FL

TEXAS RANGERS (American League)

Alexandra Cornejo              Brownsville, TX

Felton Dickens                    Dallas, TX

Brenda Medina                   Corpus Christi, TX

TORONTO BLUE JAYS (American League)

Brian Jackson                     Airdrie, AB

Lauranne Benoit                  Winnipeg, MB

Rolland Chidiac                   Kitchener, ON

WASHINGTON NATIONALS (National League)

Sabrina Hayden                   Washington, DC

Jessica Valoris                     Brooklyn, NY

Chad Wright                        Nokesville, VA

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