Even the best singers will tell you “The Star Spangled Banner” is very difficult to sing.
The Heat are in limbo right now with one of the biggest names left on the free agent wires that they can afford. The Marlins, all of them, will be watching the All-Star game at home tonight. And football season is coming like a freight train.
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be held Tuesday and plenty is riding on the midsummer classic from bragging rights to home-field advantage in the 2012 World Series.
News out of Saturday’s Miami Marlins vs. St. Louis Cardinals game doesn’t sound promising for Marlins star Giancarlo Stanton’s All-Star prospects.
On Sunday afternoon, Major League Baseball announced its starting lineups, pitchers and reserves for the 83rd All-Star Game, to be held on July 10 at Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium. Although each team is chock full of talent, there were nonetheless players who didn’t make the cut despite stellar first-half statistics.
The Miami Marlins have but one representative in the 2012 All-Star game and that fact is even on shaky ground right now. According to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald, Giancarlo Stanton may not participate in the All-Star game or the Home Run Derby due to a sore right knee.
Heath Bell sprinted in from the bullpen and slid across the infield grass, tearing up the turf just short of the mound. It was that type of night: The National League never stopped moving.
There’s only one game on Major League Baseball’s schedule Tuesday night. It’s the All-Star game in Phoenix.
Heat guard Dwyane Wade has posted a thank-you message to the 2 million fans who voted him into the NBA All-Star Game.