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    Dodgers Prospects: Quakes Well Represented In All-Star Game

    The California League All-Star Game was held on June 18 in San Bernardino, hosted by the Inland Empire 66ers. The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes had seven representatives named to the South team and this article will talk about each of them. Pitchers Edwin Uceta – (honorable mention) Uceta was one of the top starting pitchers in the […] More

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    Dodgers: MLB All-Star Game Voting Has Opened

    MLB announced today that the voting for the 2019 All Star Game is open. This year, the voting has a new format: The @Google MLB All-Star Ballot is LIVE with a brand new look. Here’s how it’s going down. https://t.co/WoYbs798OX pic.twitter.com/mwiZ7DUcjX — MLB (@MLB) May 28, 2019 Primaries and Starter Elections No this isn’t a […] More

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    Puig Juice | Episode 10 | Blue Heaven Podcast

    This week on an all new Blue Heaven, Kevin and FRG discuss some of the hits and misses of the MLB All Star Game Selection, while urging you to #VoteMuncy in the Final Vote. FRG is also quite annoyed with Ross “Mad Dog” Stripling not making the initial roster. In the next segment, the guys […] More

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    The Body Episode | Episode 8 | Blue Heaven Podcast

    On this week’s episode of Blue Heaven, Kevin and FRG talk about the Dodgers offensive resurgence — including all 7000 homeruns in June. Special guest “The Dodgerman” drops in to answer your Dodger trivia questions. FRG and Yasiel Puig competed for the ESPN Body Issue Cover. And the latest All-Star Game vote updates have FRG motivated […] More

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    All Star Voting: Matt Kemp Among National League Leaders

    If the MLB All Star Game presented by Camping World were tomorrow, the Dodgers would boast one starter. With the first ballot update released, Matt Kemp ranks among the top three outfielders in the National league. Three @Braves, including NL leading vote-getter @FreddieFreeman5, are among the current NL leaders in the first @CampingWorld MLB All-Star […] More

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    A Look Back at Dodger Stadium’s Last All-Star Game

    Major League Baseball recently announced that Los Angeles will host the mid-summer classic in 2020, the first one at Dodgers Stadium since 1980. Forty years is an awfully long time, but the wait is finally over. Currently, the Dodgers have gone the longest period of time without hosting an All-Star game than any other MLB […] More

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    Dodgers Reportedly Pursuing Bid To Host All-Star Game As Soon As 2020

    The Dodgers are reportedly pursuing the rights to host the MLB All-Star game, with a possibility of it being as soon as 2020. Dodgers’ President Stan Kasten confirmed this on Thursday saying the team is in aggressive pursuit of the honor. This was reported by Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register. #Dodgers president/CEO Stan Kasten confirms […] More

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    Dodgers Dilemma: Which Two Players Have All-Star Snub Cases?

    No day in baseball season makes more people mad than when the All-Star Game selections are announced, and, well, count me among the annoyed this year. As some have pointed out, there are snubs every season and blah, blah, blah — those snubs typically aren’t reigning MVPs, guys who have three Cy Young awards in […] More

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    2015 MLB All-Star Game: AL And NL Complete Rosters Announced

    Whereas last year the Los Angeles Dodgers sent Yasiel Puig to the 2014 All-Star Game behind fan voting, they didn’t have similar success for the 2015 Midsummer Classic, which is set for July 14 at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. However, as was the case last year, the Dodgers’ presence is felt by […] More

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