All-Star voting is over. Now you can kick back, catch your breath, watch some baseball, and then tune into TBS for the 2012 MLB All-Star Game Selection Show presented by Taco Bell at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.
The All-Star Game MLB.com Ballot closes at 11:59 ET tonight, and fan continue to vote in record fashion. With 12 hours remaining in the process, fans had cast 6.7 million ballots over the past two days -- including a one-day record at MLB.com of 3.8 million ballots.
A decade of strategic statue positioning around All-Star cities is about to culminate with the arrival of 1,000-pound objets d'art in Kansas City, and part of that summertime tradition is the ability to purchase the replica versions at the MLB.com Shop.
It appears the National League's All-Star Game starting lineup could come down to a photo finish, particularly for an outfield spot that continues to change hands.
There are still a number of questions be answered as to who the starters will be for the 83rd All-Star Game, and now comes the real thrill ride to get some answers as we enter the final week of voting.
The straw slugging poll has spoken. The first early returns have come in on who fans would like to see in the State Farm Home Run Derby, and there aren't many surprises on the list.
The rosters for the XM All-Star Futures Game in Kansas City, set to be a part of the Taco Bell All-Star Sunday festivities on July 8, were released on Thursday.
Royals Hall of Famer George Brett will manage the U.S. team and former Yankees star Bernie Williams will skipper the World team in the 2012 Futures Game.
The Giants' Melky Cabrera leap-frogged Ryan Braun of the Brewers to take over the third starting outfield spot behind the Dodgers' Matt Kemp and the Cardinals' Carlos Beltran this week. Meanwhile, Cardinals shortstop Rafael Furcal overtook the top spot at his position, ahead of the injured Troy Tulowitzki of the Rockies.