Up until first pitch, use the comments section to predict who you think will be the Sunburst Player of the Game. (be sure to use a valid email address while leaving the comment). The commenter that correctly predicts who we will name the Sunburst Player of the Game the most times prior to the all-star game, will win two tickets to a second-half game. Runners-up get their choice of a t-shirt. [Click HERE for rules]

Check Marc Topkin’s blog for the starting lineups.

Players that have been named Sunburst Pimp Daddy PoG and leaderboard after the jump…

Evan Longoria 15.5
Ben Zobrist 12.5
Carlos Pena 9
Carl Crawford 8
BJ Upton 8
Willy Aybar 6
David Price 6
James Shields 5
Jeff Niemann 5
Gabe Kapler 4.5
Jason Bartlett 4
Dioner Navarro 4
Scott Kazmir 4
Gabe Gross 2.5
Andy Sonnanstine 2
Matt Joyce 2
Pat Burrell 2
Matt Garza 1.5
Lance Cormier 1.5
Gregg Zaun 1
Aki Iwamura 1
Grant Balfour 1
Winston Abreu 0.5

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  1. LostTxan says:

    Zobrist

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  2. Charles says:

    Can't bring myself to bet against the Giraffe. Jeff Niemann.

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  3. Brett says:

    longo

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  4. Brixology says:

    Evan

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  5. DRR says:

    Niemann

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  6. KillaTapes says:

    Niemann!

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  7. smelpy says:

    LONGO <3

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  8. Gabe says:

    Goin' with the Giraffe.

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  9. Beth says:

    Pena

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  10. FlavaDave says:

    Longoria

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  11. Rayhawk says:

    I see Zaun, going Long

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  12. Billy says:

    Niemann

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  13. Mark Wolff says:

    longoria !!!

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  14. Kicker says:

    Niemann, know Im late

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  15. KillaTapes says:

    How crazy is it to see this?:

    WP: Jeff Niemann (12 - 5)
    LP: Roy Halladay (13 - 7)

    Wow, just wow. And I know that it just further exemplifies why wins and record are pretty much meaningless in regards to a pitcher's record, but it's still really strange/awesome to see that.

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