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Jordan Zimmermann Talks All-Star Game and the Teammates Getting Him There

Jordan Zimmermann has pitched 3 complete games this season, and has gone deeper than 7 innings in 11 of 15 starts, putting him on pace to represent the Nats in the 2013 MLB All-Star Game. And the class act that he is, he unequivocally gives 100% of the credit to his teammates.


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NL All-Star Manager Bruce Bochy Selects Davey Johnson as Coach

Davey Johnson has been selected as a coach for next month’s All-Star game at Citi Field, along with Mets manager Terry Collins.


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Elfin: The Last Of The Expos, Ian Desmond Is Playing As An Elite Shortstop

The focus in the All-Star game may have been squarely on Bryce Harper, and then Stephen Strasburg and Gio Gonzalez, but it was the National who didn’t play who is getting under-shadowed. Ian Desmond’s bat is league-leading at the Shortstop position, and in his 8th year in the organization, he’s finally breaking through to reach his full potential.


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Elfin: Baseball Has Returned To D.C. Now How About An All-Star Game

The Nationals are sitting on D.C.’s first winning season in baseball in 43 years, with the most All-Stars representing the team since it’s inception 7 years ago, so it’s only fitting that, with an opening in 2015, Commissioner Selig brings the mid-summer classic back to the nation’s capital.


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Nationals Defeat Rockies 4-1, Harper Is In The All-Star Game, Desmond Is Out

The Washington Nationals defeated the Rockies 4-1 Saturday, in a game that had plenty of fun highlights and mid-season accomplishments, but behind the scenes while 9 innings were being played, Bryce Harper is being told he’s an All-Star and Ian Desmond is admitting to himself that he’s not.


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Vote Bryce Harper Into The 2012 MLB All-Star Game In Kansas City

The finals two All-Star roster spots are up for grabs, and Major League Baseball has left it up for the fans to decide who gets the final nod. Washington, D.C. could potentially have 4 representatives this year in Kansas City if you vote Bryce Harper in online.


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David Elfin On Sports: D.C. Deserves A Better All-Star Experience

Bringing the game back to D.C. is overdue and would reward the loyal fans.

106.7 The Fan–07/12/2011