The 2011 MLB All Star Game
has an official start time of 8:05 pm ET and will be broadcast on FOX and on ESPN Radio.Tonight at Chase Field baseball fans will witness many things for the first time. This will
not only be the first time the state of Arizona is hosting an All-Star
game, but it is the first time a National League Park will have a DH
(designated hitter) in the lineup. In one of the more controversial
angles, a total of 84 MLB players have been listed on the All-Star
rosters whether from rules or injuries. Many baseball purists feel the
All Star game this year is diluted considering the league is listing
84 players as a Major League Baseball All Star. The umpire crew working the game tonight will be: HP Dale Scott, 1B Jerry Layne, 2B Hunter Wendelstedt, 3B Dan Iassogna, LF Ed Hickox, RF Chris Guccione.MLB All Star game odds have the bookmakers
backing the National League tonight as they opened them up as -125 favorites
(risk $125 to win $100). The public betting so far is on the
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Great contributions in this blog, Griff!
Could the AL batters that saw extensive time in the derby be exhausted & lose power in their hitting tonight?
Halladay, Jurjens, Linceum, Clicf Lee, Hamels, Oswalt---NL
National League is strapped with pitchers, the AL is kindof shaky...
what do the relievers look like for both sides they wont keep those starters in long
What batting lineup yall liking better?
1. Rickie Weeks, 2B, Milwaukee
2. Carlos Beltran, DH, N.Y. Mets
3. Matt Kemp, CF, L.A. Dodgers
4. Prince Fielder, 1B, Milwaukee
5. Brian McCann, C, Atlanta
6. Lance Berkman, RF, St. Louis
7. Matt Holliday, LF, St. Louis
8. Troy Tulowitzki, SS, Colorado
9. Scott Rolen, 3B, Cincinnati
SP Roy Halladay, RHP, Philadelphia
1. Curtis Granderson, CF, N.Y. Yankees
2. Asdrubal Cabrera, SS, Cleveland
3. Adrian Gonzalez, 1B, Boston
4. Jose Bautista, RF, Toronto
5. Josh Hamilton, LF, Texas
6. Adrian Beltre, 3B, Texas
7. David Ortiz, DH, Boston
8. Robinson Cano, 2B, N.Y. Yankees
9. Alex Avila, C, Detroit
SP Jered Weaver, RHP, L.A. Angels
"Both Weaver and Halladay have pitched once in Chase Field during their careers and each allowed three runs in six innings in getting the win. Halladay has pitched in five All-Star games, but hasn’t been very good, with an 8.10 ERA and 1.95 WHIP. Weaver was selected to last year’s Midsummer Classic, but did not pitch."
Anyways some props you left off im lookng at
First to score-- NL+110 AL-120
First 5 innings--- Pk em Over/Under 4.5
Total Hits+Runs+Errors--- Over/Under 28
Had to edit something and it was all deleted. Sorry.
I swear I just commented in this blog a few times! What happened?