The All-Star schedule is rough

Signing tons of autographs, schmoozing with corporate sponsors ... being an All-Star isn't all fun and games.

Updated: December 6, 2004, 9:42 AM ET
By John Kruk | Page 2

Forget all the analysis, the breakdowns, the special microphones and cameras. I'm telling you: You can see as much as you can see on television, and you still don't know what it's like to be a player at the All-Star Game.

I know that sounds crazy. Of course, TV can't bring you the full experience; but what I'm talking about is all the behind-the-scenes stuff that no one gets to see.

First of all, every second of your time is mapped out by MLB. Now, I'm not a real "schedule" kind ...

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