What the 2011 MLB All Star Rosters Should Be

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What the 2011 MLB All Star Rosters Should Be

The 2011 season has been one of parity.  As of June 23, 2011 only one division (NL East) has a team that is in first place by more than 2 games.

The All Star Game should represent who are the best players from each team, not who the most popular players are.  Since the game decides home-field for the World Series (when will they rectify that ridiculous decision?) and since there are so many teams that have a chance this year, then it is extremely important to make sure the best players play. 

In my opinion this is who should be playing in the 2011 all star game.  I took the basic rules for the rosters into account, 34 players per roster, with at least one player from each team.  Each roster usually has about eight starting pitchers and five relief pitchers, so I stuck with that as well.

I'm sure things might change in the next few weeks, but this slideshow is written as of June 23rd. Also all stats are through June 22nd.

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