Ninety percent of sports fans are stupid.
Should fans be allowed to vote for the MLB All-Star Game?
While the knowledgeable 10 percent is intelligent enough to vote the right players into the MLB All-Star Game, the vast majority make lists like this possible.
And the 90 percent shouldn't take their incompetency too hard—the managers blew it, too.
Out of all the 2012 snubs, here are four of the worst.
4. James McDonald
In 10 starts this season, McDonald has gone 7-3 with a 2.44 ERA, good for sixth in MLB. His 0.98 WHIP is the fourth-best in the majors, and so is the .200 batting average that he allows.
You’d be hard-pressed to find 13 pitchers in all of baseball who are having a better year than McDonald, but somehow, someway, fans and Tony La Russa found 13 pitchers in the National League alone who are supposedly more worthy.
3. Zack Greinke
Greinke paired his 2.82 ERA with nine wins going into the All-Star break, a mark that has him ranked sixth in the majors. He's also seventh in MLB in strikeouts and one of only two pitchers with more than seven wins who has surrendered less than five home runs.
Like McDonald, though, Greinke's resume apparently wasn't impressive enough to warrant top-13 NL honors.
2. A.J. Pierzynski
Pierzynski is batting .285, has 14 home runs and 45 RBI. He's ranked sixth amongst all catchers in batting average, second in homers and first in RBI.
That trio of numbers is superior to Mike Napoli and Matt Wieters, who were awarded roster spots.
Who's the game's greatest snub?
1. Johnny Cueto
Has Cueto gotten away with murder? I mean, that's the only logical explanation of him being left off of the All-Star roster.
Like Greinke, Cueto has already recorded nine wins on the season. His 2.26 ERA is the fifth-best in MLB, and R.A. Dickey is the only pitcher in the majors who has more wins and a better ERA than Cueto.
To top it all off, he's only allowed five home runs—not good enough, though.
David Daniels is a featured columnist at Bleacher Report and a syndicated writer.