Andrew McCutchen has the numbers that would warrant his third trip to the All-Star Game.
I don't usually follow the All-Star Game that much. Part of that is probably because there hasn't been much reason to follow the game from the Pirates perspective. Honestly it's also a nice 2-3 day period where I can relax in the middle of the marathon season, because there's no games that count. Well, except for the All-Star Game. It counts. It shouldn't count for anything, but once upon a time the All-Star Game ended in a tie, and to solve the "What happens if we run out of pitchers again" problem, Bud Selig decided to have the All-Star Game determine home field advantage in the World Series. That's like if you had a problem where the All-Star Game ended in a tie, and you decided to solve the prob...
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