On Sunday, Major League Baseball unveiled the first 66 members of the 2011 All-Star teams, as selected by the fans, players and managers.
Looking at the rosters, one thing is clear: everyone screwed up big time.
The Midsummer Classic is always a popularity contest, and despite the logical imperative to the contrary, this year was no exception. Simply put, these teams are not an accurate sampling of the best players in baseball.
In this slideshow are 10 All-Stars who may be good players and are probably nice people, but are simply undeserving of their spots in the Midsummer Classic.
As we reflect on these unsatisfactory choices, our thoughts are with those worthy players who have been unfairly snubbed.