- Keith Law, ESPN Insider
I never watch the All-Star Game. I don't really care that much who goes and who doesn't; the biggest real-world impact is that players who are selected nearly all get All-Star bonuses of $25,000 or more, which is a nice extra paycheck to a player making the minimum salary. The World Series home-field advantage bit is silly, and it hasn't made any difference in the past three Fall Classics, anyway. So all of this is a bit of overanalysis of two rosters that always are going to be constructed at least a little bit wrongly. With that in mind, here are the worst snubs and inclusions, as well as a look at the token players selected to fill the rule that each team must have at least one representative in the game.
Rowand over Rollins
There are so many things wrong here that I don't know where to begin.
Here's a look at the worst snubs -- Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins tops the list -- and the worst inclusions on the All-Star rosters.