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Philadelphia Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz is just one of the many deserving National League players looking to make the 2012 All- Star team.  On this specialty segment from Ground Rule Radio, T- Money and Joey Mac Daddy discuss position by position who should make the National League All- Star team incluing pleas for Ruiz, David Wright, and taking either Matt Kemp or Andre Ethier.  They also discuss the top set up pitcher, the top closer, and who should take the bump to be the starting pitcher at Kaufmann Stadium.


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This Week We Also Discussed:
Single: Is Interleague Play Good or Bad for MLB?
Double: Was the Six Man No Hitter impressive?
How to fill out your American League All Star Ballot
Triple: Is CJ Wilson the most overrated pitcher in the MLB?



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