Ryan Braun and the All-Interleague Team for the National League

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Ryan Braun and the All-Interleague Team for the National League
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Ryan Braun hit .406 during interleague play this season.

And so another year of interleague play comes to an end.

The American League flexed its considerable muscle, compiling a 142-110 record against the National League. And with the Houston Astros moving to the AL next season, this was the last year we'll see this version of interleague play.

Next year, we'll have at least one interleague series every day, rather than having it in one chunk on the schedule.

Despite the AL's dominance overall, several NL players excelled during 15 games of interleague play. Maybe it was the weather warming up as the calendar moved into June and brought summer temperatures to ballparks throughout the country. Or maybe some NL players just thrived on competition with the AL.

Whatever the reason, here's our All-Interleague team for the NL with players for each position, a five-man starting rotation and a closer. Line these guys up against their AL counterparts, and we'd have a great All-Star Game. 

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