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Not bold enough, you say? Well, don't fret, there's more.
The National League arms will hold the American League hitters to no more than zero hits through the first seven innings of play.
Better? I thought so.
Roy Halladay, Jair Jurrjens and Clayton Kershaw will strike out eight batters in the game's first five innings, followed by an overly excited Tyler Clippard, who is happy just to see his former Yankees teammates after being stranded in Washington, D.C. for the past three-and-a-half seasons.
He will resist the urge to walk into the opposing dugout.
The seventh inning will be pitched by an equally charged Heath Bell who, in his ambition to audition for contending American League clubs, will strike out the side.
He will follow this performance with a creepy wink directed towards AL manager Ron Washington.