MLB All-Star Game: Several St. Louis Cardinals are deserving
May 29, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Cardinals relief pitcher Trevor Rosenthal (44) celebrates with catcher Yadier Molina (4) after defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Dodgers 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports
With the MLB All-Star Game approaching in less than three weeks, the St. Louis Cardinals still hold Major League Baseball’s best record (47-24) and could boast a large crop of All-Stars as a result.
Such honors would add to the Cardinals’ recently growing involvement in the Midsummer Classic, as St. Louis is expected to carry multiple All-Stars for an eighth-consecutive year.
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Although this year’s festivities take place at the home stadium of division rival Cincinnati Reds in Great American Ballpark, online All-Star voting trends could help the Cardinals remain well-represented.
Regardless of support, other NL All-Star roster vacancies could belong to the Cardinals based on season milestones provoked through timely offensive surprisers and consistent pitching.
Position players for the American and National League can be voted in MLB.com’s online balloting, which runs through July 2.
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