Tuesday, July 08, 2008

N.L. All-Stars

I actually thought putting together the American League team was pretty easy, with Daisuke Matsuzaka being the most glaring omission. But, with not even close to 100 IP at beyond the season's half-way point, I don't feel so bad. Same goes for Scott Kazmir.

The NL squad was a little more difficult. I left off two pitchers with 10 wins (Ricky Nolasco, Kyle Lohse) and three hitters with 20 or more home runs (Ryan Howard, Adam Dunn, Ryan Braun), just to name a few.

C - Brian McCann, Atlanta
1B - Lance Berkman, Houston
2B - Chase Utley, Philadelphia
SS - Hanley Ramirez, Florida
3B - Chipper Jones, Atlanta
LF - Pat Burrell, Philadelphia
CF - Nate McLouth, Pittsburgh
RF - Ryan Ludwick, St. Louis
DH - Albert Pujols, St. Louis
P - Tim Lincecum, San Francisco

C - Geovany Soto, Chicago
1B - Adrian Gonzalez, San Diego
2B - Dan Uggla, Florida
SS - Jose Reyes, New York
3B - David Wright, New York
3B - Aramis Ramirez, Chicago
OF - Matt Holiday, Colorado
OF - Xavier Nady, Pittsburgh
OF - Jason Bay, Pittsburgh
OF - Carlos Lee, Houston

SP - Edinson Volquez, Cincinnati
SP - Ben Sheets, Milwaukee
SP - Brandon Webb, Arizona
SP - Aaron Cook, Colorado
SP - Carlos Zambrano, Chicago
SP - Ryan Dempster, Chicago
SP - Dan Haren, Arizona
SP - Cole Hamels, Philadelphia
RP - Brad Lidge, Philadelphia
RP - Billy Wagner, New York
RP - Jon Rauch, Washington
RP - Kerry Wood, Chicago

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