Here’s some video from Steve Hensen and Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports. They cover the rule changes for the game this year and preview the teams.
Mets third baseman David Wright addresses the media at the 2010 All-Star game. Check out the video. He’s one of those guys that really “gets it” and appreciates what’s going on around him. You can tell by the way he talks about getting a chance to play with Reds third baseman Scott Rolen.
He is still the most feared hitter in baseball in my mind.
Prado is well on his way to a 200 hit season. Impressive.
I refuse to vote for a self-absorbed player like Hanley. Reyes is back to form.
Despite the high K totals, still a great run producer. I really don’t want to see Polanco get the start.
9 HR’s and a .300+ average, Olivo is warming up to the thin mountain air just fine.
The Hebrew Hammer continues to mash for the Brew Crew.
The dynamic rising star is a bright spot in a losing organization.
I’m going against all of my morals with this pick. If Ethier didn’t miss some time perhaps he’d get the nod from me.
At this rate, likely MVP and Cy Young award winner. He is on another level.
Wilson pitches with the ideal closer attitude and has the numbers to back it up. Continue reading “My 2010 MLB All-Star Ballot – John Wenk”
Since All-Star voting is in full swing and the actual game is coming up on July 13 in Anaheim, I thought it was a good time to share my ballot with you. I tried to set aside any team-specific biases that I have, but when I finished writing out my ballot I noticed that I didn’t have any Phillies players on the ballot. So I’m not so sure that I did a great job of being unbiased.
Anyway, my votes are below. Comment on this post if you agree or disagree with my votes.