Major League Baseball today announced Evan Longoria and Carl Crawford were voted to start for the American League in the upcoming All-Star game in Anaheim. In addition, David Price, who was chosen by the players as one of the pitchers, has a shot to be the AL’s starting pitcher.

 
 

6 Comments

  1. Don says:

    Fans are not stupid..we have 3 of the best players in baseball!
    Hopefully that will still be the case next year…AF find the money for CC…unload contracts…thats ok…Keep CC!

  2. Jim says:

    I know there are always quite a few snubs, but Soriano has to be up there.

    Also, Professor, Choate should definitely be mentioned in the good in your next post. You’ve been tough on him recently and his 1-2-3 8th inning was impressive when you get Mauer and Morneau to weakly ground out. When he went through that inning, I was thinking this was one of those games where the save was made in the 8th inning.

  3. John S says:

    No Soriano is a joke!

  4. John S says:

    Almost as pathetic as Manuel picking Howard, the expensive human fan, over Votto.

    And Votto has better is EVERY stat category (Except RBI and that by 1).

    Managers were given picks because they were supposed to correct errors by fans and players not take their favorite.

  5. Joe says:

    Sorry, Soriano HAD to be on this team. I am sick and tired of pukeboy Jayson Stark dissing the Tampa Bay market and “oh, you are Tampa” attitude that he has…What a pukeboy!!

    Soriano not being on this team is a nonstarter and nondiscussion

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