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The starting lineups for the All-Star game will include four New York Yankees and three Milwaukee Brewers.
Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton is open to the idea of participating in the Home Run Derby at the All-Star game for the first time since his memorable 28 homers in the first round at old Yankee Stadium three years ago.
A team known for sausage races more than pennant races made quite an All-Star splash.
Based on that final balloting update, it appears the American League starting lineup for the All-Star game will be loaded with Yankees and Red Sox.
Jacoby Ellsbury has narrowed the gap on Josh Hamilton in fan voting for the final starting spot in the American League outfield at the All-Star game.
When Davey Johnson last put on a uniform as a major league manager, the baseball world was different. He was different.
Less than 48 hours after Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned his post as the Nationals manager Thursday afternoon, the team has likely found his replacement, at least for the remainder of the 2011 season, in Davey Johnson.
Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona thinks a potential realignment plan has some merit.
Sitting behind the desk in the visiting manager's office at Nationals Park, Tony La Russa studied the Nationals' batting order for Wednesday's game against his St. Louis Cardinals. For the fourth consecutive time, Washington manager Jim Riggleman defied conventional wisdom by batting his pitcher eighth and a position player ninth - in this case, shortstop Ian Desmond.