MLB announced National League players selected as reserves for July’s All-Star game, and the Dodgers were royally snubbed.
The #Dodgers did not have any position players selected as reserves for the @AllStarGame. Still waiting to hear on pitchers.
— Alanna Rizzo (@alannarizzo) June 30, 2019
As widely already seen all over social media, the lack of at least Max Muncy, Alex Verdugo, or Justin Turner is causing a bit of an outrage.
Muncy, Turner and Verdugo are more than deserving. Unbelievable.
— Ray-moon-dough (@TheAtomBaum) June 30, 2019
NL ASG manager Dave Roberts will likely eventually have the last say, but is notoriously a non-homer (save for bringing his entire coaching staff to the 2018 ASG), so the jury is still out on who will be added. But undoubtedly a Dodger or two WILL be added before July 9th’s contest.
National League pitchers will be announced later where at least Hyun-Jin Ryu should be announced.
Any other Dodgers players announce will join outfield starter Cody Bellinger at the mid-Summer classic.
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