MLB All-Star Game
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Mariano Rivera reported for work an inning early, and walked off to a fitting tribute.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland has selected Ventura and Blue Jays manager John Gibbons as his coaches for the AL All-Star squad
Jake Peavy is heading to the All-Star Game in Kansas City after all.
All-star games in pro sports are completely unnecessary. They began with MLB’s in 1933 and the other major pro leagues following in subsequent years.
The National League is back on top in the All-Star game, using the same formula that worked during its dominating run in the 1970s and ’80s.
The Cubs and White Sox had a combined three players in Tuesday’s All-Star Game at Chase Field, but none of them played a large role in the outcome.
By gametime, I won’t be surprised to see that Adam Dunn and Randy Wells have been added to the rosters. I was initially taken aback by Aramis Ramirez’s decision yesterday to turn down an All-Star invitation, but now I’m with him.
It was strange for the inveterate sports consumer yesterday, as we faced our first Sunday since the summer without NFL football.
Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs would like to renovate Wrigley Field, but how will they get the money to make this park more suitable for the players and fans for years to come?