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• Crasnick: Backups the real leading men | ZOOM gallery | Blog
Prince Fielder stole the show from Albert Pujols and won the Home Run Derby in the Cardinals slugger's backyard. Jayson Stark
• Fielder tops Cruz | ZOOM Gallery | Blog
• Watch replay of Derby | HR Tracker
Albert Pujols is the ultimate All-Star in St. Louis. In fact, he just might be the perfect baseball player. Tim Kurkjian
• Baseball Tonight: How perfect is Pujols?
• You decide: Rank the perfect players
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Crasnick: All-Star Game remains an awkward dance|
In 2003, Major League Baseball began awarding home-field advantage in the World Series to the league that wins the All-Star Game. Six years later, the sport still wrestles with the emphasis this places on an exhibition game.
Caple: HR Derby isn't hazardous to health|
It's time to debunk the hogwash notion that the Home Run Derby ruins players' swings.
Page 2: All-Star trivia madness|
Page 2 assembles the ultimate list of quirky Midsummer Classic tidbits. It's All-Star trivia madness!
Law: So many All-Star mistakes|
The All-Star rosters were announced, and there are plenty of problems on both teams and in the process itself.
Crasnick: Starting 9 -- Hard-luck hurlers|
Javier Vazquez and Doug Davis are among the starters with .500 or losing records who've been better than the W's and L's would suggest.
Relief Efforts: Reviewing All-Star relievers|
Eric Karabell reviews the relief pitchers selected to the All-Star Game and wonders why there aren't more effective set-up men taken.
Olney: AL All-Star lineups|
Putting together the best 25-man American League All-Star roster against a right-handed starter and a lefty starter.
Sixty Feet, Six Inches: All-Star starters review|
Christopher Harris reviews the starting pitcher selections for the All-Star Game and has some issues with a few guys chosen.
Olney: NL All-Star lineups|
Putting together the best 25-man National League All-Star roster against a right-handed starter and a lefty starter.
Wojciechowski: Suspicious mind|
Shouldn't we be more interested in the list of 104 PED users than the list of 66 MLB All-Stars?
Insider: Forecasting MLB All-Star lineups|
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Olney: The 33rd All-Star|
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All-Star Starting Lineups
|NATIONAL LEAGUE||AMERICAN LEAGUE|
|SS Hanley Ramirez, FLA||RF Ichiro Suzuki, SEA|
|2B Chase Utley, PHI||SS Derek Jeter, NYY|
|1B Albert Pujols, STL||C Joe Mauer, MIN|
|RF Ryan Braun, MIL||1B Mark Teixeira, NYY|
|LF Raul Ibanez, PHI||LF Jason Bay, BOS|
|3B David Wright, NYM||CF Josh Hamilton, TEX|
|CF Shane Victorino, PHI||3B Michael Young, TEX|
|C Yadier Molina, STL||2B Aaron Hill, TOR|
|P Tim Lincecum, SFO||P Roy Halladay, TOR|
Home Run Derby
|Here are the participants in this year's Home Run Derby, set for Monday night at Busch Stadium in St. Louis:|
|*Prince Fielder||Nelson Cruz|
|Adrian Gonzalez||Brandon Inge|
|Ryan Howard||Joe Mauer|
|Albert Pujols||Carlos Pena|
|* -- Derby champion|
All-Star Game: July 14
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|We know who's in this year's Home Run Derby, but who would be in an all-time Home Run Derby, and furthermore, who would win? Would it be the Babe? What about Bonds, Aaron or McGwire? Register your vote|
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