The National League won the All Star Game.
So that means the National League gets the Homefield Advantage.
Good! Let me tell you why.
When the Red Sox won the 2004 and 2007 World Series, I kept hearing from Red Sox fans “Wouldn’t it be better if the Red Sox won at Fenway?”
Of which I would ask in response “If I am rooting for the Red Sox to win in 6, which two games am I rooting for them to lose?”
Well if the Red Sox make the World Series THIS year, then I won’t have to hear such nonsense.
Then we will ALL be rooting for a sweep.
So for those of you keeping score…
Games 1 and 2 will be at AT&T in San Francisco.
Then Games 3 and 4 will be at Fenway.
The Sox will clinch Game 4.
Hope this was helpful.
Seriously, HOW many All Stars are there?
There are really more than 2 entire 25 man rosters of elite players?
When they all line up on the foul lines will they reach the foul poles and wrap back around?
Forget each team having one rep. Each team can have TWO reps and still have 22 more roster spots!
I have to double check to make sure I’M not supposed to go to Phoenix.
So Bud… I don’t think you are going to run out of players this year.
But next year, see if you can have the All Star roster reach 100.