Several grievous All-Star omissions
No Joey Votto? No Jered Weaver? Two of the many snubbed from Midsummer Classic
We now live in a world in which 68 MLB players a year get to call themselves "All-Stars." But clearly, that's still not enough to get this thing right.
Maybe we need to go to 88. Or 168.
How can we have a National League All-Star team that doesn't include the player who leads the whole darned league in OPS (Joey Votto)?
How can we have an American League All-Star team that doesn't include either of the league ...
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