Monday, July 2, 2012


I'm sure you're all aware by now, but this is the Hot Baseball Wife Hall of Fame and I have certain obligations - so here are the 2012 All-Star Game starters:

American League

C Mike Napoli - Texas Rangers
1B Prince Fielder - Detroit Tigers
2B Robinson Cano - New York Yankees
3B Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
SS Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
OF Curtis Granderson - New York Yankees
OF Josh Hamilton - Texas Rangers
OF Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
DH David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox


Ryan Cook - Oakland A's
Matt Harrison - Texas Rangers
Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
Jim Johnson - Baltimore Orioles
Joe Nathan - Texas Rangers
Chris Perez - Cleveland Indians
David Price - Tampa Bay Rays
Fernando Rodney - Tampa Bay Rays
CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
Jared Weaver - Los Angeles Angels
C.J. Wilson - Los Angeles Angels


C Joe Mauer Minnesota - Twins
C Matt Wieters - Baltimore Orioles
1B Paul Konerko - Chicago White Sox
2B Ian Kinsler - Texas Rangers
SS Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
SS Asdrubal Cabrera - Cleveland Indians
3B Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
OF Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
OF Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
OF Mark Trumbo - Los Angeles Angels
DH Billy Butler - Kansas City Royals
DH Adam Dunn - Chicago White Sox

National League

C Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
1B Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
2B Dan Uggla - Atlanta Braves
3B Pablo Sandoval - San Francisco Giants
SS Rafael Furcal - St. Louis Cardinals
OF Melky Cabrera - San Francisco Giants
OF Carlos Beltran - St. Louis Cardinals
OF Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers Pitchers


Matt Cain - San Francisco Giants
Aroldis Chapman - Cincinnati Reds
R.A. Dickey - New York Mets
Gio Gonzalez - Washington Nationals
Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
Joel Hanrahan - Pittsburgh Pirates
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Craig Kimbrel - Atlanta Braves
Lance Lynn - St. Louis Cardinals
Wade Miley - Arizona Diamondbacks
Jonathan Papelbon - Philadelphia Phillies
Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
Huston Street - San Diego Padres


C Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
C Carlos Ruiz - Philadelphia Phillies
1B Bryan LaHair - Chicago Cubs
2B Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
SS Starlin Castro - Chicago Cubs
SS Ian Desmond - Washington Nationals
3B David Wright - New York Mets
OF Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
OF Jay Bruce - Cincinnati Reds
OF Carlos Gonzalez - Colorado Rockies
OF Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
OF Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins

The "D-Train" announced his retirement today.
Dontrelle Willis, the 2003 National League Rookie of the Year for the Florida Marlins, called it quits today.
Florida fans fondly remember Willis as a contributing member of the 2003 World Series Championship team.
Detroit fans remember Willis as the guy who came from Florida along with Miguel Cabrera in exchange for Andrew Miller, Cameron Maybin, Mike Rabelo, Eulogio de la Cruz, Dallas Trahern and Burke Badenhop in 2007. Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski signed Willis to a 3-year, $29 million contract. In return, the "D-Train" went 2-8 with an ERA of 6.86 over 3 seasons.

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