National League All-Star Team
ASG: Small market, big dollars
FOXSports.com's Rick Horrow discusses how Kansas City's small market equals big dollars for the MLB.
ASG: A healthy debate
FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal discusses the controversy surrounding the All-Star Game.
ASG: Rosenthal's Final Plea
Ken Rosenthal gives you his two players from the AL and NL that should be voted into the All-Star game.
La Russa dishes on All-Star lineup
Tony La Russa talks with FOXSports.com's Jon Paul Morosi about his decision to start Matt Cain and more.
Morosi catches up with Cain
Matt Cain talks with FOXSports.com's Jon Paul Morosi about being named the NL starter and much more.
That's not an all star game report is celebrating the life that way. John us here at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City you know every kid has a favorite player. Kids who grow up to be all stars so the fourth game here we spoke with the American. National about who their favorite players were growing
Casey McGehee not 'too concerned' about making or not making All-Star Game
When the National League All - Star team is revealed Sunday night, Miami Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee won't be surprised if his name is omitted. Instead of playing
Brewers 2014 positional preview: Catcher
Although Molina and Posey are hard to beat out, Lucroy certainly has the ability to find his way onto the National League All - Star team . The Brewers don't need Maldonado to be a force offensively. His ability to call a game, eliminate
Marlins taking advantage of R&R and spending time with family during All-Star break
Sure, Miami Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee wanted to make the National League All - Star team . What big leaguer doesn't want that validation from fans and peers? But he's not completely bummed by the snub because of
Clayton Kershaw throws masterful no-hitter; Liz Smith is Fox-y
FEUD The Brewers released a playful ad earlier this week to get catcher Jonathan LeCroy voted on to the National League All - Star team . The spot took a very harmless, light-hearted jab at the Cardinals and their catcher, Yadier Molina