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With The All-Star Game Just A Few Days Away, I Thought I Would Take Some Time To Discuss The Angels Players Who Deserve To Be In The All-Star Game. Everyone In The World Knows Every Team Has At Least 2 All-Stars. So Who Are The Angels Players That Get In?
For Sure The Player Who Is An Automatic Ballot Is Mike Trout. If You Won The A.L R.O.Y (Rookie Of The Year) The Year Before And Be A.L MVP Runner-Up, You Know He Is The Real Deal. He is Hitting A .314 AVG Which Is 2nd On The Team. With 13 HR’s And Leads The Team With 55 RBI’s. Not To Mention He Has 20 SB’s. Being The Face Of The Angels This Year, He Will For Sure Be Rocking The Halo In New York Next Week.
On The Pitching Side Of Things, C.J Wilson Leads All Of Angels Pitching. In Wins (8) ERA. (3.57) And Strike Outs (104). His Record Is 8-6. Not The Prettiest Record, But The Best In The Starting Rotation. Hopefully He Gets In.
The Player Who Should Make It But Will Get Snubbed Is Howie Kendirck. He Leads The Team In AVG. With A .317. With A Fielding Percentage Of .977, And Converting 47 DP’s, He Is A Definate All-Star. He Is 7th In All-Star Voting. He May Not Be A Big Name Like Ian Kinsler, Or Dustin Pedria, But He Deserves The Most
With The All-Star Selection Show Coming Up On July 6th, We Hope To See At Least 3 Angels On The Roster. If You Agree With Me Or Dissagree Feel Free To Leave A Comment Or Message Me On Twitter! -Gio (@MC_PorkRhymez)
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