All-Star Game A Rare Highlight For Royals Fans
National League's Pablo Sandoval, of the San Francisco Giants, hits a three-run triple on a pitch by American League's Justin Verlander, of the Detroit Tigers, in the first inning the MLB All-Star baseball game Tuesday, July 10,
The 2012 MLB All-Star Game features a record-breaking number of rookies this year with six. Some might say that calls for a toast. Unfortunately for All-Stars Bryce Harper and Mike Trout, they're both still under the legal drinking age. The previous
One league has more money to throw around, better hitters, better pitchers, better teams and a nearly decade-long streak of dominance in interleague play. The other just won the All-Star game for the third year in a row.
This week, though, Royals fans had their best week in years when Kansas City hosted Major League Baseball's 2012 All-Star festivities. It gave the city's fans a rare midseason moment of baseball-related hope. Hope is a foreign thing for most Royals