All star game

The All-Star Game is a joke!
His mother said, "I was at home watching the game when they announced a fan on the field, and then I panicked."
This guy is from Long Island. Of course?
The players stayed in the dugout to give Rivera an ovation, "It almost made me cry, too. I was close. It was amazing—a scene that I will never forget."
Did you realize he has a great deadpan sense of humor?
Finally, something for the Mets to be proud of.
It's the most rotten example of cougar payola since Tom Jones won the MTV Video Music Award for Breakthrough Video for a Prince cover.
One baseball journalist has a novel idea of how MLB can properly pay tribute: let Mo pitch the first inning of the All-Star game.
Tired of the 2012 baseball season already? Then think about the 2013 All-Star Game!
Mr. Met is putting on a brave face among all these other jerks.
Mayor Bloomberg was joined by MLB commissioner Bud Selig, Mets owner Fred Wilpon, Mets COO Jeff Wilpon, MLB Executive Vice President Joe Torre, and Citi Field's "most beloved resident" Mr. Met to make the announcement.
The announcement is expected to be made tomorrow, with Mets owner Fred Wilpon, Mayor Bloomberg and MLB Commissioner Bud Selig on hand.
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