With Andre Ethier and Jonathan Broxton already named to the 2010 All-Star game, and Rafael Furcal recently added to replace Jose Reyes, there is one Dodger who would fit the role just as well, if not better. Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman James Loney is having an above-average season while quietly floating under the All-Star radar. Loney is certainly one of the premier fielders in the National League, with only two errors and a .997 fielding percentage. His fielding abilities have saved several runs from being scored already this season, but his hitting has been equally impressive. The first baseman is hitting holds a .305 batting average with 59 RBIs and 102 hits in 334 at-bats. It is widely believed that the All-Star Game has turned in to a popularity contest, with most season achieve ...
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