Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Johnny Cueto (pictured above) is the biggest snub this year in terms of the MLB All-Star Game.
By Josh Kramer
The “smartest” man ever to step foot on a baseball diamond strikes again. This time, he is playing for keeps. Despite being retired, Tony LaRussa is still going after his bitter rival, the Cincinnati Reds. Now I am not naive enough to think that snubs don’t happen every year in regards to the All-Star Game rosters. Due to a flawed selection system, this is inevitable. But it is very atypical to see a particular “city” get snubbed like this. Continue reading →
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By Josh Kramer How many times have you heard a person say that baseball is too boring? That baseball is a sport in which it is impossible to watch a full game on television? A sport that is longer the American pastime? I am sure you have … Continue reading →