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    All Star Met?

    Is there a legitimate Met who belongs on the all star team? I really don't see one maybe Murphy? Who do you think should represent the Mets and does he really deserve to go?

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    It would have to be Murphy.

    Thing is, Gordon has been better and Utley will get voted in by the fans. So either Gordon gets snubbed or the NL has 3 2nd basemen.
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    Murphy. there are no other candidates.
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    Allstar voting is a complete joke. We'd have a much better game if the voting was left to the players and coaches.

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    All Star Met?

    Murph I guess. Gets his trade value up!

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    All Star Met?

    Nobody, maybe it'll open some eyes.

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    All Star Met?

    Don't we have to be represented or did they change that rule?

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    All Star Met?

    Mets are so bad they'll be forced to change the rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Voodoo View Post
    Allstar voting is a complete joke. We'd have a much better game if the voting was left to the players and coaches.
    I don't think the players would do much better -- might even be worse. Consider the Golden Glove voting by coaches. I think both would be just as lazy to vote by reputation as the fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    I don't think the players would do much better -- might even be worse. Consider the Golden Glove voting by coaches. I think both would be just as lazy to vote by reputation as the fans.
    I'd let the baseball writers decide.

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    murphy or niese and niese is hurt so it has to be murphy

    neither get in though if wright is voted too start which would be ashame since he doesnt deserve it at all

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    Murphy, but they might go with somebody like Familia.

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    If Wright doesn't get voted in, here's the most likely options imo:

    1) Murphy
    2) Niese
    3) Torres

    I don't think there's any chance Familia gets in.

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    Murph at 2B. Just like Ron Hunt was our token All Star 2B back in the day.
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    Lucas Duda.
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