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Major League All Stars

Ryan Howard – All Star


Roy Halladay – All Star

With Halladay throwing a no-hitter in the ninth I thought it would be a good time to post this card. I made it a couple of hours ago, but why not get it out there now? I don’t know why these cards weren’t made earlier, but I am sure that they got lost in the shuffle. (more…)

Robinson Cano – All Star


Brandon Phillips – All Star

Brandon is another player that is very fun to watch. If you watch This Week in Baseball you see that when he has a microphone on he really puts on a show. (more…)

Jose Reyes – All Star

Here is yet another New York player that made the All Star team. He has all the tools to be one of the greats. Time will tell if he will be up there when his career is over. He is a fun player to watch. (more…)

Yadier Molina – All Star

Yadier is one of three brothers to play Major League baseball. He may be the better of the three although I don’t know who would win a footrace. (more…)

Joakim Soria – All Star

I was able to see Joakim warm up this past weekend when I was at the Sox/Royals game. He really was having a blast before the game which made me like him as a player. I love to see a player having some fun at this game. That is what it is after all. (more…)

Matt Holliday – All Star

Matt has been an All Star type player ever since he was traded to St. Louis last season. He has been invaluable in giving Albert Pujols some protection in the lineup. In the game itself last night he made a great diving catch to help Josh Johnson pitch two great innings. (more…)

Josh Johnson – All Star

Josh pitched two scoreless innings last night in the All Star game for the National League. He was helped in the fourth by a great diving catch by Ryan Braun of the Brewers. (more…)

David Wright – All Star

David has become a fixture in the All Star game. His bat, glove, and location all are factors in this. It does not hurt that he plays in New York, but he is a great player in his own right. (more…)