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Full National League All Star Roster - RealGM Wiretap
The complete National League roster was announced on Saturday:




Starting Lineup


C: Yadier Molina Authentic Bennie Logan Jersey , St. Louis


1B: Joey Votto, Cincinnati


2B: Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati


3B: David Wright, New York


SS: Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado


OF: Carlos Beltran, St. Louis


OF: Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado


OF: Bryce Harper, Washington




Pitchers


Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco


Aroldis Chapman, Cincinnati


Patrick Corbin, Arizona


Jose Fernandez, Miami


Jason Grilli, Pittsburgh


Matt Harvey, New York


Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles


Craig Kimbrel, Atlanta


Cliff Lee, Philadelphia


Jeff Locke, Pittsburgh


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Travis Wood, Chicago


Jordan Zimmermann, Washington




Bench


3B: Pedro Alvarez, Pittsburgh


OF: Domonic Brown, Philadelphia


SS: Everth Cabrera, San Diego


2B: Matt Carpenter, St. Louis


1B: Allen Craig, St. Louis


OF: Michael Cuddyer, Colorado


1B: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona


OF: Carlos Gomez, Milwaukee


OF: Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh


C: Buster Posey, San Francisco


2B: Marco Scutaro, San Francisco


SS: Jean Segura, Milwaukee

David Ortiz Wont Accept Trade From Red Sox - RealGM Wiretap

David Ortiz says he will not accept a trade if the Boston Red Sox attempt to deal him before the July 31 deadline.


"No chance," Ortiz said. "This is the team I'll be with the rest of my career."


"I couldn't do that to my family. I couldn't just go to another team and fit in after all of these years. I want to be here."


Ortiz has spent at least five consecutive seasons with the same team and has been in the majors for at least 10 years, so he has the right to reject any trade.

Cobb Myers May Be Next In Line For Extensions - RealGM Wiretap

The Tampa Bay Rays signed Chris Archer to an eight-year contract extension on Wednesday and some of their other young stars may be next in line.


The Rays gave Archer six years of guaranteed money, expected to be worth $25.5 million Authentic Ryan Mathews Jersey , plus club options for the 2020 and 2021 seasons that would push the contract toward its maximum value of $43.75 million.


Since signing Carl Crawford to a similar deal in 2005, the Rays have done the same with Rocco Baldelli, James Shields, Evan Longoria, Scott Kazmir, Ben Zobrist, Wade Davis and Matt Moore.


It would seem as though Wil Meyers, 23, and Alex Cobb, 26, are next in line for long-term deals.

锘? Control of your feet, body, right arm, your arm swing, your release, and of the ball itself. And consistency is the ability to do the same thing, time after time after time. These two things are very important to be champion not only in the game of bowling but in most of the physical as well as mental games. CONTROL AND CONSISTENCY Control and consistency are the keys to bowling fame and for- tune. If you have them, you can become a champion. If you have not well Nolan Carroll Jersey , you simply will have to develop them. You may become a fair kegler and occasionally shoot a good game or even a good series, but you will never reach the top without developing these two skills. What do I mean by control? I mean control of your feet, body, right arm, your arm swing, your release, and of the ball itself. Sounds like a pretty big order, doesn't it? Well, it is. And consistency? Consistency is the ability to do the same thing, time after time after time. It's as simple as that. To illustrate the meaning of control and consistency, let me take a moment here to describe what to me is the most amazing example of these two virtues that has ever occurred or may ever happen again in the bowling game? In Lockport, New York, on October 25, 1939, a little fellow named Allie Brandt, just five feet, one inch tall, and weighing 122 pounds sopping wet Dorial Green-Beckham Jersey , was bowling in a league series. As you know, in five-man league competition, you bowl once and then sit on the bench while your four teammates bowl. There is no chance to "get hot and keep shooting" as there is in doubles or singles play. But tiny little Allie, bowling against men up to twice his size and taking his prescribed waits between turns, delivered his medium- speed ball down the lanes that evening for three successive games of 297-289-300 for the towering and almost incredible total of 886, a score never matched before or since in sanctioned play. On that evening in 1939, little Allie Brandt possessed control and consistency to the ultimate degree, and was as close to a machine as any bowler has ever been. You can imagine my reaction when I hear bowlers say, "Oh, I can never bowl well in league play. Getting up there every fifth time instead of every other time throws me off my game." With the example of Brandt and that amazing series at hand, it is fairly easy to impress upon these bowlers that league bowling is largely a state of mind. I know some top bowlers who bowl much better in five-man events than they do in individual matches. They have learned to adapt their control and consistency to the game as it is played. They remember the peculiarities of the lanes, and their game is so grooved that they can make their approach and delivery almost identical every time. They do not make the mistake of many bowlers who feel that their game is better when bowling fast. The story of Allie Brandt epitomizes practically everything I know to be true about bowling. To begin with, it is obvious that if the game required brawn and muscle, no little man could ever hope to succeed at it. If it demanded a "powerhouse" ball that practically drove the pins through the back wall, weight lifters and wrestlers would completely dominate the sport. The little man from Lockport refutes all these ideas, and in an unmistakable manner. But even B.
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