Monday, July 2, 2007

Baseball All-Stars named

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds will be in the National League starting lineup when the 78th All-Star Game is played in San Francisco on July 10, Major League Baseball announced on Sunday.
This is his swan song, his World Series. Cause he will never play in one. It the locker room he said this would likely be his last All-Star game.
Ken Griffey, Jr. was the top National League vote-getter among fans, receiving 2,986,818.
Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees was the top AL vote getter with 3,890,515 votes. AL roster and Rodriguez story.

1 comment:

Fritz said...

I like Griffy Jr. Wish he could beat Bonds "Record"* cause Griffy's is steroid free.

* Bonds used Steroids to get all those homeruns.