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TheBigLebowski
07-02-2006, 06:41 PM
Click the link:

http://shop.mlb.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2405400&cp=2280849

Mlb.com is already selling the replica jersies.

Though certainly not final rosters, it is a bit upsetting that none of Lopez, Coffey, Dunn or JR are there.

reds44
07-02-2006, 06:42 PM
Click the link:

http://shop.mlb.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2405400&cp=2280849

Mlb.com is already selling the replica jersies.

Though certainly not final rosters, it is a bit upsetting that none of Lopez, Coffey, Dunn or JR are there.
Look within the description.

PLEASE NOTE: IF PLAYER DOES NOT MAKE THE FINAL ALL STAR ROSTER THE ORDER WILL BE CANCELLED

TheBigLebowski
07-02-2006, 06:43 PM
Yeah, but that's just an out for them in case the player is injured or declines the invite. I guarantee you that list is 99% accurate.

reds44
07-02-2006, 06:49 PM
Yeah, but that's just an out for them in case the player is injured or declines the invite. I guarantee you that list is 99% accurate.
Also that isn't all the players that will make the all-star team. More then the normal 25 go.

Jpup
07-02-2006, 06:49 PM
The list has nothing to do with it, but I do think that Arroyo will be the only Red on the All-Star team.

TheBigLebowski
07-02-2006, 06:53 PM
Also that isn't all the players that will make the all-star team. More then the normal 25 go.

Definitely...coach gets to pick a couple of guys. I think we'll end up with a second guy. Sure hope it's Coffey. Without him, we're a sub-.500 club.

Jpup
07-02-2006, 06:56 PM
Definitely...coach gets to pick a couple of guys. I think we'll end up with a second guy. Sure hope it's Coffey. Without him, we're a sub-.500 club.

Coffey has no chance to make the All-Star team, none.

alloverjr
07-02-2006, 07:03 PM
Click the link:

http://shop.mlb.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2405400&cp=2280849

Mlb.com is already selling the replica jersies.

Though certainly not final rosters, it is a bit upsetting that none of Lopez, Coffey, Dunn or JR are there.

I don't think any of the players you think should make the squad deserve it, not that many of the players voted on do either, but a different matter. The one I'd be miffed about is Phillips.

Jpup
07-02-2006, 07:07 PM
I don't think any of the players you think should make the squad deserve it, not that many of the players voted on do either, but a different matter. The one I'd be miffed about is Phillips.

I'd take Harang over Phillips. Dunn has an outside shot, but I highly doubt he will make it.

reds44
07-02-2006, 07:18 PM
I'd take Harang over Phillips. Dunn has an outside shot, but I highly doubt he will make it.
I wouldn't.

Bronson will be in, BP has a good shot, Harnag has a chance.

Jpup
07-02-2006, 07:23 PM
I wouldn't.

Bronson will be in, BP has a good shot, Harnag has a chance.

Harang is 4th in all of baseball in strikeouts. He also has 9 wins, that means a lot to some people. He is 10th in the NL in ERA.

Phillips is 5th for NL 2nd baseman in OPS.

reds44
07-02-2006, 07:27 PM
Harang is 4th in all of baseball in strikeouts. He also has 9 wins, that means a lot to some people. He is 10th in the NL in ERA.

Phillips is 5th for NL 2nd baseman in OPS.
Since when is OPS the stat that gets you into the all-star game?

Jpup
07-02-2006, 07:50 PM
Since when is OPS the stat that gets you into the all-star game?

that's the problem, it doesn't have any effect.

KronoRed
07-02-2006, 08:01 PM
Bat avg is all ;)

reds44
07-02-2006, 08:02 PM
Bat avg is all ;)
And runs, SB, RBIs, etc.

KronoRed
07-02-2006, 08:04 PM
Don't forget about clutch :D

Spitball
07-02-2006, 09:18 PM
All-Star Rosters
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Last column is career all-star game appearances. Second to last is age.

American League


1B David Ortiz, BOS L/L 30 3
2B Mark Loretta, BOS R/R 34 2 3B Alex Rodriguez, NYY R/R 30 9
SS Derek Jeter, NYY R/R 32 7
C Ivan Rodriguez, DET L/R 23 1
OF Vladimir Guerrero, LAA R/R 30 7
OF Manny Ramirez, BOS R/R 34 8
OF Ichiro Suzuki, SEA L/R 32 6

American League Pitchers

SP Mark Buerhle, CWS L/L 27 3
SP Jose Contreras, CWS R/R 34 1
SP Roy Halladay, TOR R/R 29 2
SP Scott Kazmir, TB L/L 22 1
SP Mark Redman, KC L/L 32 1
SP Kenny Rogers, DET L/L 41 3
SP Johan Santana, MIN L/L 27 2
SP Barry Zito, OAK L/L 28 2

AL Bullpen

RP Bobby Jenks, CWS R/R 25 1
RP Jon Papelbon, BOS R/R 25 1
RP Mariano Rivera, NYY R/R 36 6
RP B.J. Ryan, TOR L/L 30 2

American League Reserves

1B Paul Konerko, CWS R/R 30 3
1B Jim Thome, CWS L/R 35 5
2B Robinson Cano, NYY º L/R 23 1
2B Jose Lopez, SEA ª R/R 22 1
3B Troy Glaus, TOR R/R 29 4
SS Miguel Tejada, BAL R/R 30 4
SS Michael Young, TEX R/R 29 3
C Joe Mauer, MIN L/R 23 1
OF Jermaine Dye, CWS R/R 32 2
OF Alex Rios, TOR º R/R 25 1
OF Gary Matthews, Jr., TEX ª S/R 311
OF Grady Sizemore, CLE L/L 23 1
OF Vernon Wells, TOR R/R 27 2



National League

1B Albert Pujols, STL R/R 26 5
2B Chase Utley, PHI L/R 27 1
3B David Wright, NYM R/R 23 1
SS Jose Reyes, NYM S/R 23 1
C Paul Lo Duca, NYM R/R 34 4
OF Jason Bay, PIT R/R 27 1
OF Carlos Beltran, NYM S/R 29 3
OF Alfonso Soriano, WSH R/R 30 5

National League Pitchers

SP Carlos Zambrano, CHC S/R 25 2
SP Bronson Arroyo, CIN R/R 29 1
SP Brad Penny, LAD R/R 28 1
SP Tom Glavine, NYM L/L 40 7
SP Pedro Martinez, NYM R/R 34 4
SP Chris Carpenter, STL R/R 31 2
SP Jason Schmidt, SF R/R 33 2

NL Bullpen

RP Brian Fuentes, COL L/L 30 1
RP Derrick Turnbow, MIL R/R 28 1
RP Tom Gordon, PHI R/R 38 3
RP Trevor Hoffman, SD R/R 38 5

National League Reserves

1B Lance Berkman, HOU S/L 30 4
1B Ryan Howard, PHI L/L 26 1
2B Dan Uggla, FLA R/R 26 1
3B Miguel Cabrera, FLA R/R 23 3
3B Freddy Sanchez, PIT R/R 28 1
3B Scott Rolen, STL R/R 31 4
SS Edgar Renteria, ATL R/R 30 5
C Brian McCann, ATL L/R 22 1
OF Andruw Jones, ATL R/R 29 5
OF Matt Holliday, COL R/R 26 1
OF Carlos Lee, MIL R/R 29 2

Notes:
º Injured, will not participate
ºº Elected not to participate
ª Named as replacement

15fan
07-02-2006, 09:22 PM
What's it say about the Catcher position in the NL when LoDuca and Brian McCann are the 2 AS reps from the NL?

Speaking of McCann, check out his numbers & compare them to the numbers that David Ross has put up in 68 fewer ABs...

Phhhl
07-02-2006, 09:30 PM
I like McCann a lot and he deserves a lot of credit for putting the numbers up he has so far. But, I don't know if he has even had 200 ab's. He doesn't deserve that spot.

MWM
07-02-2006, 09:34 PM
Bush League that Guillen took Buerhle over Schilling. Typical, but bush nonetheless.

savafan
07-02-2006, 09:38 PM
Like I said on another thread, the Pirates have no business getting any more than the one required all-star.

FlyingPig
07-02-2006, 09:57 PM
Like I said on another thread, the Pirates have no business getting any more than the one required all-star.

Agreed..

But Jason Bay was more than deserving..