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2007 MLB All-Star Game
2007 MLB All-Star Game Logo.svg
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
American League 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 5 10 0
National League 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 9 1
Date July 10, 2007
Venue AT&T Park
City San Francisco, California
Managers American League - Jim Leyland (DET)
National League - Tony La Russa (STL)
MVP Ichiro Suzuki (SEA)
Attendance 43,965
First pitch Willie Mays
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, Tim McCarver
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Dan Shulman, Dave Campbell

The 2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 78th midseason exhibition between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and the National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball. The game was held on July 10, 2007, at AT&T Park, the home of the NL's San Francisco Giants. It marked the third game held in San Francisco, California (but the fourth overall in the Bay Area, with Oakland hosting once) and the second straight held in an NL ballpark.

The American League defeated the National League by a score of 5-4. Ichiro Suzuki won the MVP award for the game. As per the 2006 Collective Bargaining Agreement, the American League champion (which eventually came to be the Boston Red Sox) received home field advantage in the 2007 World Series.[1] The victory was the 10th consecutive (excluding the 2002 tie) for the AL, and their 11-game unbeaten streak is only beaten by the NL's 11-game winning streak from 1972 to 1982 in All-Star history.

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Background

As with each All-Star Game since 1970, the eight starting position players (with no designated hitter due to playing in an NL stadium) of each league were elected by fan balloting. The remaining players were selected by a players' vote, each league's team manager, and a second fan balloting to add one more player to each roster. In all, 32 players were selected to each league's team, not including players who decline to play due to injuries or personal reasons.

The Giants were awarded the game on February 9, 2005.[2] The game marked the first time since 1953 that one league hosted consecutive All-Star Games, after Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, hosted the game in 2006.

The game was the fifth straight All-Star Game to decide home-field advantage in the World Series.[1] The AL entered the game on a ten-game unbeaten streak (nine wins, with one tie in 2002). The NL was looking for their first win since the 1996 game in Philadelphia.

Fan balloting

Starters

Balloting for the 2007 All-Star Game starters (excluding pitchers) began on April 27 and continued through June 28. The top vote-getters at each position and the top three among outfielders, are named the starters for their respective leagues. The results were announced on July 1.[3] About 18.5 million votes were cast by close to twelve million fans.[3] Alex Rodriguez was the leading vote-getter with 3,890,515 votes, easily outpacing his Yankees teammate Derek Jeter by over 700,000 votes. Ken Griffey, Jr. was the top vote-getter in the National League, with 2,986,818 votes.[3]

Final roster spot

After the rosters were announced, a second round of fan voting, the Monster All-Star Final Vote, was commenced to determine the occupant of the final roster spot for each team.[4] This round lasted until July 5. Chris Young and Hideki Okajima were elected to represent the National League and American League, respectively, in the All-Star Game as first time All-Stars.[5] All ten players included in the balloting were pitchers, a first for the event.

Player Team Pos. Experience
(All Star/
Seasons)
Player Team Pos. Experience
(All Star/
Seasons)
American League National League
Hideki Okajima BOS RP (0/1) Chris Young SD SP (0/4)
Jeremy Bonderman DET SP (0/5) Carlos Zambrano CHC SP (2/7)
Pat Neshek MIN RP (0/2) Roy Oswalt HOU SP (2/7)
Kelvim Escobar LAA SP (0/11) Brandon Webb ARZ SP (1/5)
Roy Halladay TOR SP (4/10) Tom Gorzelanny PIT SP (0/3)

Rosters

American League

Elected starters
Position Player Team All-Star Games
C Iván Rodríguez Tigers 14
1B David Ortiz Red Sox 4
2B Plácido Polanco Tigers 1
3B Alex Rodriguez Yankees 11
SS Derek Jeter Yankees 8
OF Vladimir Guerrero Angels 8
OF Magglio Ordóñez Tigers 6
OF Ichiro Suzuki Mariners 7
Pitchers
Position Player Team All-Star Games
P Josh Beckett Red Sox 1
P Dan Haren Athletics 1
P Bobby Jenks a White Sox 2
P John Lackey a Angels 1
P Gil Meche a Royals 1
P Hideki Okajima b a Red Sox 1
P Jonathan Papelbon Red Sox 2
P J. J. Putz Mariners 1
P Francisco Rodríguez Angels 2
P C. C. Sabathia Indians 3
P Johan Santana Twins 3
P Justin Verlander Tigers 1
Reserves
Position Player Team All-Star Games
C Víctor Martínez Indians 2
C Jorge Posada Yankees 5
1B Justin Morneau Twins 1
2B Brian Roberts Orioles 2
3B Mike Lowell Red Sox 4
SS Carlos Guillén Tigers 2
SS Michael Young a Rangers 4
OF Carl Crawford Devil Rays 2
OF Torii Hunter Twins 2
OF Manny Ramírez Red Sox 11
OF Alex Ríos Blue Jays 2
OF Grady Sizemore Indians 2

National League

Elected starters
Position Player Team All-Star Games
C Russell Martin Dodgers 1
1B Prince Fielder Brewers 1
2B Chase Utley Phillies 2
3B David Wright Mets 2
SS José Reyes Mets 2
OF Carlos Beltrán Mets 4
OF Barry Bonds Giants 14
OF Ken Griffey, Jr. Reds 13
Pitchers
Position Player Team All-Star Games
P Francisco Cordero Brewers 2
P Brian Fuentes c Rockies 3
P Cole Hamels Phillies 1
P Trevor Hoffman Padres 6
P Roy Oswalt a Astros 3
P Jake Peavy Padres 2
P Brad Penny Dodgers 2
P Takashi Saito Dodgers 1
P Ben Sheets Brewers 3
P John Smoltz d Braves 8
P José Valverde a Diamondbacks 1
P Billy Wagner Mets 4
P Brandon Webb a Diamondbacks 2
P Chris Young b Padres 1
Reserves
Position Player Team All-Star Games
C Brian McCann Braves 2
1B Derrek Lee Cubs 2
1B Albert Pujols a Cardinals 6
1B Dmitri Young Nationals 2
2B Orlando Hudson Diamondbacks 1
2B Freddy Sanchez Pirates 2
3B Miguel Cabrera Marlins 4
SS J. J. Hardy Brewers 1
OF Matt Holliday Rockies 2
OF Carlos Lee Astros 3
OF Aaron Rowand Phillies 1
OF Alfonso Soriano Cubs 6

^a These players did not see action in the game.
^b Voted onto the roster through the All-Star Final Vote.
^c Unable to play due to injury. Brandon Webb took his roster spot.[6]
^d Unable to play due to injury. Roy Oswalt took his roster spot.[7]

Managers

National League: Tony LaRussa
American League: Jim Leyland

Game

O Canada was played by members of the San Francisco Symphony. The Star-Spangled Banner was sung by Chris Isaak.[8] Before the game, there was a tribute to former San Francisco Giants slugger Willie Mays. Mays threw the ceremonial first pitch to New York Mets shortstop José Reyes. Paula Cole sang God Bless America during the seventh-inning stretch. The first pitch was thrown by the National League's starter, Jake Peavy at 8:54 EDT[8] The game was completed in 3 hours, 6 minutes under an overcast sky and a gametime temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit.[9]

Umpires

Umpires for the game were announced on June 14.[10] Bruce Froemming, the most tenured current umpire in Major League Baseball, was named crew chief for the game. It was also revealed that day that Froemming would retire following the 2007 season.[11]

Position Umpire MLB seasons
Home Plate Bruce Froemming 37
First Base Charlie Reliford 18
Second Base Mike Winters 18
Third Base Kerwin Danley 16
Left Field Ted Barrett 9
Right Field Bill Miller 8

Starting lineups

American League National League
Order Player Team Position Order Player Team Position
1 Ichiro Suzuki Mariners CF 1 José Reyes Mets SS
2 Derek Jeter Yankees SS 2 Barry Bonds Giants LF
3 David Ortiz Red Sox 1B 3 Carlos Beltrán Mets CF
4 Alex Rodriguez Yankees 3B 4 Ken Griffey, Jr. Reds RF
5 Vladimir Guerrero Angels RF 5 David Wright Mets 3B
6 Magglio Ordóñez Tigers LF 6 Prince Fielder Brewers 1B
7 Iván Rodríguez Tigers C 7 Russell Martin Dodgers C
8 Plácido Polanco Tigers 2B 8 Chase Utley Phillies 2B
9 Dan Haren Athletics P 9 Jake Peavy Padres P

Game summary

Barry Bonds (batter) vs Dan Haren (pitcher)

The National League got things started in the bottom of the first when José Reyes led off with a base hit off American League starter Dan Haren and proceeded to steal second.[12] He scored on an RBI single by Ken Griffey, Jr. to give the NL a 1-0 lead.[12] Barry Bonds nearly gave his hometown fans something to cheer for in the bottom of the third when, with Reyes on second, he lofted a high fly ball to left field, but it was snared at the warning track by Magglio Ordóñez.[12] The AL nearly tied the game in the fourth when Alex Rodriguez attempted to score on a two-out single by Iván Rodríguez. However, the throw to home plate by Griffey allowed Russell Martin to tag Rodriguez out at the plate to end the inning.[12] The AL would score one inning later when, after Chris Young issued a leadoff walk to Brian Roberts, Ichiro Suzuki hit a long fly ball off the right field wall. Instead of caroming straight to Griffey, the ball took an unusual bounce off a sign and ricocheted to Griffey's right. This allowed Ichiro to score on what became the first inside-the-park home run in All-Star Game history.[13] The homer gave the AL a 2-1 lead.

The lead would be augmented in the sixth when Carl Crawford hit a line drive that just cleared the right field wall for a home run.[12] Though it appeared a fan may have reached over the wall to catch it, NL manager Tony La Russa did not challenge the umpires' call.[14] The NL got a run back in the bottom of the inning when Carlos Beltrán led off with a triple and scored on a sacrifice fly by Griffey.[12] The AL added some insurance runs in the eighth when Víctor Martínez hit a two-run home run just inside the left field foul pole to give the AL a 5-2 lead.[12]

The American League's closers then entered the game, with Jonathan Papelbon pitching a scoreless bottom of the eighth.[12] In the ninth, J. J. Putz tried to earn the save and began by inducing a weak pop-up and striking out Brian McCann.[12] Pinch-hitter Dmitri Young rolled a ground ball deep in the hole to Brian Roberts, but he could not come up with it. Alfonso Soriano followed with a two-run home run to right field to cut the NL's deficit to one.[12] After Putz walked J. J. Hardy, AL manager Jim Leyland replaced him with Francisco Rodríguez.[12] However, Rodriguez had trouble consistently locating his pitches and walked Derrek Lee on a check-swing 3-2 pitch and then Orlando Hudson to load the bases.[12] In a move that drew criticism,[15] La Russa elected not to pinch-hit his last player on the bench, Albert Pujols, and instead let Aaron Rowand hit. Rowand lofted a fly ball to right field that was caught by Alex Ríos to close the game,[12] earning the American League their tenth consecutive victory.

July 10, 2007 – 5:54 p.m. (PT) at AT&T Park, San Francisco, California
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
American League 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 5 10 0
National League 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 9 1

Starting pitchers: AL – Dan Haren  NL – Jake Peavy  WP: Josh Beckett (1-0)  LP: Chris Young (0-1)  SV: Francisco Rodríguez (1)  
HRs:  AL – Ichiro Suzuki (1), Carl Crawford (1), Víctor Martínez (1)  NL – Alfonso Soriano (1)

Home Run Derby

The State Farm Home Run Derby was held the night before the All-Star Game, July 9, and broadcast on ESPN. Four players from each league competed to hit as many home runs as they could in each round to advance and eventually win the contest. This year, a five-swing swing-off would be used to break ties occurring in any round. This became necessary when Albert Pujols and Justin Morneau tied for fourth in the first round. The champion of last year's Derby, Ryan Howard of the Philadelphia Phillies, competed even though he was not named to the NL All-Star roster.[16]

In the finals, Vladimir Guerrero of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim defeated Alex Ríos of the Toronto Blue Jays by a score of 3-2.[17] Guerrero hit 17 home runs in all, second only to Ríos' 19. Guerrero also hit the longest blast of the competition, a 503-foot (153 m) drive to left field that just missed hitting a giant replica glove and baseball set up on the concourse beyond the left field bleachers.

AT&T Park is distinguished by having the San Francisco Bay beyond its right field bleachers. The body of water located adjacent to the ballpark is known as McCovey Cove, named for legendary Giants slugger Willie McCovey. McCovey Cove is known for having many fans sitting in the water in kayaks and boats hoping to retrieve a long home run ball hit there. Though dozens of fans waited in the cove during the Derby, no home runs were actually hit into the water, either on the fly or off the promenade next to the right field seats, though, one foul ball hit by Prince Fielder did reach the water.[18] This was largely due to the three left-handed competitors all exiting in the first round, as well as wind currents blowing toward left field. Prior to the All-Star break, a total of 58 home runs were hit into the cove on the fly during the park's history.[19]

Gold balls were utilized whenever any player had one out remaining during his round. Any home runs hit with the balls meant Major League Baseball and State Farm would pledge to donate money to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Due to the change in sponsors from Century 21 to State Farm, each ball's value was reduced to US$17,000 to reflect the 17,000 State Farm agents in the United States and Canada.[17] In all, twelve gold ball home runs were hit, which, along with a $50,000 "bonus" constituted $254,000 raised for charity.[20]

AT&T Park, San Francisco—A.L. 42, N.L. 32
Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Subtotal Finals Total
Dominican Republic Vladimir Guerrero Los Angeles (AL) 5 9 14 3 a 17
United States Alex Ríos Toronto 5 12 17 2 19
United States Matt Holliday Colorado 5 8 13 13
Dominican Republic Albert Pujols St. Louis 4 b 9 13 13
Canada Justin Morneau Minnesota 4 4 4
United States Prince Fielder Milwaukee 3 3 3
United States Ryan Howard Philadelphia 3 3 3
Venezuela Magglio Ordóñez Detroit 2 2 2

^a Recorded only seven of ten outs before hitting winning home run.
^b Advanced after defeating Morneau 2-1 in a swing-off.

Futures Game

The 2007 XM All-Star Futures Game took place on July 8, showcasing the top minor league prospects from all thirty teams' farm systems. The contest is seven innings regardless of the score with pitchers limited to no more than one inning of work. The World team defeated the United States by a score of 7-2.[21] Chin-Lung Hu of the Los Angeles Dodgers organization won the Larry Doby MVP award after driving in two runs on a single and double, plus a stolen base and a run.[21]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
World 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 7 8 0
United States 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 5 1

WP: Rick VandenHurk (1-0)  LP: Jeff Niemann (0-1)  
HRs:  Wor – Joey Votto (1), James Van Ostrand (1)  USA – Justin Upton (1), John Whittleman (1)

Footnotes and references

  1. ^ a b Bloom, Barry M. (2006-10-25). "MLB, union announce new labor deal". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/news/article.jsp?ymd=20061024&content_id=1722211&vkey=news_mlb&fext=.jsp&c_id=mlb. Retrieved 2006-10-30.  
  2. ^ Bloom, Barry M. (2005-02-09). "Giants to host 2007 All-Star Game". MLB.com. http://www.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20050208&content_id=940943&vkey=news_mlb&fext=.jsp&c_id=null. Retrieved 2007-06-06.  
  3. ^ a b c Bloom, Barry M. (2007-07-01). "Best of veterans, youngsters at Classic". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070701&content_id=2059925&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-01.  
  4. ^ Newman, Mark (2007-07-01). "Monster All-Star Final Vote is under way". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070701&content_id=2060174&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-01.  
  5. ^ Newman, Mark (2007-07-05). "Young, Okajima win Final Vote". MLB Advanced Media, L.P.. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070705&content_id=2069109&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-05.  
  6. ^ Associated Press (2007-07-08). "Webb replaces Fuentes, will make second All-Star appearance". ESPN.com. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=2929165. Retrieved 2008-05-22.  
  7. ^ "Smoltz to Miss Next Start, All-Star Game". The Washington Post: p. E7. 2007-07-06. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/07/05/AR2007070502166.html. Retrieved 2008-05-22.  
  8. ^ a b Gaddis, Carter (2007-07-11). "Selig Still Won't Commit to Witnessing History". TBO.com. http://www.tbo.com/sports/MGBL2HJ7Z3F.html. Retrieved 2007-10-17.  
  9. ^ "American League vs. National League – Boxscore". ESPN. 2007-07-20. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/boxscore?gameId=270710132. Retrieved 2008-07-14.  
  10. ^ "Umpires, official scorers announced for 78th All-Star Game". MLB.com. 2007-06-14. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070614&content_id=2026346&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-19.  
  11. ^ "Veteran Froemming set to retire after 50 years in pro ball". CBS Sportsline. 2007-06-14. http://www.sportsline.com/mlb/story/10225957. Retrieved 2007-07-19.  
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "All-Star Game Play-by-Play". ESPN.com. 2007-07-10. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/playbyplay?gameId=270710132. Retrieved 2007-10-17.  
  13. ^ Brock, Corey (2007-07-10). "Ichiro runs into record book". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070710&content_id=2080667&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-10.  
  14. ^ Haft, Chris (2007-07-10). "Ichiro leads the way in AL victory". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/gameday_recap.jsp?ymd=20070710&content_id=2079841&vkey=recap&fext=.jsp&c_id=mlb. Retrieved 2007-07-10.  
  15. ^ Goold, Derrick (2007-07-11). "PCD Wednesday: The Pujols Kerfuffle". STLtoday.com. http://www.stltoday.com/blogs/sports-bird-land/2007/07/pcd-wednesday-the-pujols-kerfuffle/#more-13279. Retrieved 2007-07-11.  
  16. ^ Mandel, Ken (2007-07-02). "Howard will defend HR Derby crown". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070702&content_id=2062619&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-06.  
  17. ^ a b Bloom, Barry M. (2007-07-10). "Vlad captures first Derby crown". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070709&content_id=2078659&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-15.  
  18. ^ Urban, Mychael (2007-07-10). "Fans pack McCovey Cove for Derby". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070710&content_id=2079099&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-15.  
  19. ^ "Splash Hits". http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com/sf/ballpark/splashhits.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-15.  
  20. ^ Newman, Mark (2007-07-10). "Gold balls go deep for good cause". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070709&content_id=2078069&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-15.  
  21. ^ a b Castrovince, Anthony (2007-07-08). "Futures spoils belong to the World". MLB.com. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20070708&content_id=2076058&vkey=allstar2007&fext=.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-12.  

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appeared in an all-star game for the 14th time in his career.]]

The 2007 Major League Baseball all-star Game was the 78th midseason exhibition between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and the National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball. The game was held on July 10, 2007, at AT&T Park, the home of the NL's San Francisco Giants. It marked the third game held in San Francisco, California (but the fourth overall in the Bay Area, with Oakland hosting once) and the second straight held in an NL ballpark.[1] The American League defeated the National League by a score of 5–4. As per the 2006 Collective Bargaining Agreement, the American League champion (which eventually came to be the Boston Red Sox) received home field advantage in the 2007 World Series.[2] The victory was the tenth consecutive one (excluding the 2002 tie) for the AL, and their eleven-game unbeaten streak matches only the NL's streak from 1972 to 1982 in all-star history.[1]

In the National League, Prince Fielder, Cole Hamels, J.J. Hardy, Orlando Hudson, Russell Martin, Aaron Rowand, Takashi Saito, Billy Wagner, Chris Young all appeared in the all-star game for the first time in their career. In the American league, Josh Beckett, Danny Haren, Justin Morneau, Plácido Polanco, J.J. Putz, and Justin Verlander made first appearances at the 2007 all-star game. Both Iván Rodríguez and Barry Bonds would be making their 14th all-star appearance the most out of the 2007 all-stars. Ken Griffey, Jr. made his 13th appearance.[3]

In the American League David Ortiz led the American League voting ballots for the first baseman position with 1,055,260 votes, while Plácido Polanco led with 572,238 votes for the second baseman position.[4] New York Yankees players Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez led the voting ballots for positions shortstop and third base, respectively.[4] Alex Rodriguez also led the entire voting ballot with 1,404,001 votes.[4] Iván Rodríguez was voted to play catcher in the all-star game 679,403 times. Vladimir Guerrero topped the outfield voting ballots with 1,118,951 votes.[4] In the National League Albert Pujols led the voting ballots for the first base position, while Chase Utley led for second base.[5] New York Mets players José Reyes and David Wright led the voting ballots for shortstop and third base, respectively.[5] Russell Martin received over 600,000 votes, the most that year for the catcher in the 2007 all-star game. Carlos Beltran led the outfield position ballots with 1,017,795 votes.[5]

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All-stars

Key

  *  Appeared more than once in an all-star game.[6]
,a 4-time all-star from 2004 to 2007 appeared in the 2007 All-star game.]]

, a designated hitter for the Boston Red Sox appeared in the all-star game for the fourth time in his career.]] , first basemen for the St. Louis Cardinals appeared in an all-star game in 2001 and from 2003 to 2007.]]

National League Team American League Team
Carlos Beltran* New York MetsJosh Beckett Boston Red Sox
Barry Bonds* San Francisco GiantsCarl Crawford* Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Miguel Cabrera* Florida MarlinsVladimir Guerrero* Los Angeles Angels
Francisco Cordero* Milwaukee BrewersCarlos Guillén* Detroit Tigers
Prince Fielder Milwaukee BrewersDanny Haren Oakland Athletics
Ken Griffey, Jr.* Cincinnati RedsTorii Hunter* Minnesota Twins
Cole Hamels Philadelphia PhilliesDerek Jeter* New York Yankees
J.J. Hardy Milwaukee BrewersMike Lowell* Boston Red Sox
Trevor Hoffman* San Diego PadresVictor Martinez* Cleveland Indians
Matt Holliday* Colorado RockiesJustin Morneau Minnesota Twins
Orlando Hudson Arizona DiamondbacksMagglio Ordóñez* Detroit Tigers
Carlos Lee* Houston AstrosDavid Ortiz* Boston Red Sox
Derrek Lee* Chicago CubsJonathan Papelbon* Boston Red Sox
Russell Martin Los Angeles DodgersPlácido Polanco Detroit Tigers
Brian McCann* Atlanta BravesJorge Posada* New York Yankees
Jake Peavy* San Diego PadresJ.J. Putz Seattle Mariners
Brad Penny* Los Angeles DodgersManny Ramirez* Boston Red Sox
Albert Pujols* St. Louis CardinalsAlexis Rios* Toronto Blue Jays
José Reyes* New York MetsBrian Roberts* Baltimore Orioles
Aaron Rowand Philadelphia PhilliesAlex Rodriguez* New York Yankees
Takashi Saito Los Angeles DodgersFrancisco Rodriguez* Los Angeles Angels
Freddy Sanchez* Pittsburgh PiratesIván Rodríguez* Detroit Tigers
Ben Sheets* Milwaukee BrewersC.C. Sabathia* Cleveland Indians
Alfonso Soriano* Chicago CubsJohan Santana* Minnesota Twins
Chase Utley* Philadelphia PhilliesGrady Sizemore* Cleveland Indians
Billy Wagner New York MetsIchiro Suzuki* Seattle Mariners
David Wright* New York MetsJustin Verlander Detroit Tigers
Chris Young San Diego PadresMichael Young* Texas Rangers
Dmitri Young* Washington Nationals

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