Comments Off on National League’s All-Star Chances Are Already Dimming Thanks to Voters
Unless you're new to Major League Baseball, you know the American League has been unbeatable against the National League in the All-Star Game for the last 13 years. Excluding the 2002 contest that ended in a tie and featured the infamous Bud Selig shrug, the Junior Circuit has won every game since being shutout in 1996. Obviously, a 12-game winning streak that spans over a decade has a litany of explanations. For example, the AL has been quite a bit stronger at times during the run and Lady Luck has played her role as she always does on the diamond. However, for at least the last several years, there's been a blatant and irritating deficiency with the assortment of Senior Circuit talent. It's opened the Midsummer Classic with a distinct disadvantage. One that can be traced back to the vote ...

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