Comments Off on 2010 MLB All-Star Game: What the National League Starting Lineup Should Be
After taking a look at the American League All-Stars for this year's game, I will now take the time to discuss who should be suiting up for the National League. Once again, a few of the current voting leaders do not deserve to be in the starting lineup. Here is who should be taking the field first:   Catcher: Miguel Olivo The Rockies catcher is off to a great start. He is hitting about .300 and has some nice power every time he steps to the plate. Even though Chris Iannetta has been taking some at-bats away from him, Olivo has still compiled a very nice season to this point.   First Base: Joey Votto Albert Pujols will obviously be elected to serve as the National League’s first baseman for yet another season. His numbers have been strong, just not as dominant as past years. ...

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