The latest update of the National League All-Star ballot voting totals has been released by Major League Baseball, and there are some extremely close races involving three San Francisco Giants players.
Current New York Mets manager Terry Collins and former skipper Davey Johnson have been selected as coaches for next month’s All-Star game at Citi Field in NYC. They were picked Thursday by the San Francisco Giants’ Bruce Bochy, the NL’s manager.
Major League Soccer unveiled the ballots and launched fan voting for the 2013 MLS All-Star Game on Monday. The six players up for selection from the San Jose Earthquakes are Chris Wondolowski, Victor Bernardez, Justin Morrow, Sam Cronin, Adam Jahn and Jon Busch.
Make sure you’re prepared for the notorious wind and cold at Candlestick Park.
John Madden looked at the four major sports and how baseball’s All Star Game seems to get it right.
A quartet of San Francisco Giants and the Oakland A’s closer will be watched by millions on Tuesday night as the All-Star game returns to Kansas City and beautiful Kauffman Stadium for the first time since 1973.
John Madden said it’s possible for an NFL team to be in Los Angeles in the next few years, but the city needs to build a stadium first.
Tony LaRussa announced that Giants ace Matt Cain and not Mets star R.A. Dickey will be starting the 2012 All-Star Game for the National League. It is a controversial decision both statistically and emotionally and in terms of the entertainment quality of the game.
Major League Baseball takes its annual mid-summer break for the All-Star game Tuesday night in Kansas City. And, well ahead of the first pitch, there was plenty of chatter about who would take the mound.
CBSSports.com Insider Jon Heyman reports that San Francisco’s Matt Cain has been chosen by manager Tony La Russa as the All-Star starter for the National League. La Russa’s decision comes despite widespread popular support for R.A. Dickey of the Mets to earn the starting nod.