2011 MLB All-Star Game: 3 Changes for the National League Roster

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2011 MLB All-Star Game: 3 Changes for the National League Roster
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Brian Wilson may make you "Fear the Beard", but is he really All-Star worthy?

The MLB All-Star game selection is controversial. Often times there are several players who deserve to be selected but are not either because they're on a bad team, have a quiet demeanor or are simply passed over for someone else.

Case in point: Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

It would have been a huge error to leave McCutchen off the roster for talented players like Jay Bruce or Andre Ethier. Fortunately for Pirates fans, Ryan Braun's injury allowed McCutchen to be appointed to the All-Star game after all.

I am not here to tell you who I would have selected for the entire National League roster, but I do want to point out three injustices that are still present. Those injustices fall squarely on the shoulders of manager Bruce Bochy.

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