Three Cubs, four Red Sox named as starters.
Hell, why not just have these two teams play in a very special game? Oh, is that too subtle?
"What are you saying?"
Anyway, as a NL athletic supporter, this blogger notes that it will be critical to the success of a NL team to actually win the stupid All Star Game since the need to have home field advantage was pointed out in the last Chicago Cross-Town classic/El Ride what-have-you.
Note that the AL has won 10 and tied one since 1996. Overall, the NL leads 40-36-2.
"It's more than just an All-Star Game, it's like a celebration of Yankee Stadium," some guy named Jeter said.Oh, and Rays put no one up - and they have the best record. I don't know what that means other than no one has taken notice of that record or the people making that happen -- yet.