2012 MLB All-Star Snubs: 10 Snubbed Stars Who Most Deserve Final Two Spots

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2012 MLB All-Star Snubs: 10 Snubbed Stars Who Most Deserve Final Two Spots
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Rosters have been released for the 2012 MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City, MO., and a number of deserving players will be going to the game.

However, as always, there are a good number of questionable snubs. There are still two spots up for grabs, and the fans get to vote to decide which players they want to see join the All-Stars.

The All-Star game is supposed to be about rewarding deserved players with outstanding achievements in the first half of the year, and it is also about rewarding the fans and allowing them to see all their favorite stars on one field.

There are a number of players whose selection for one of the last two spots would achieve both of said goals.

C.J. Wilson was a snub, but he has already been selected to replace the injured CC Sabathia on the American League pitching staff (h/t Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com).

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