It might not be a night of aces on the docket, but as our Heath Cummings says, you shouldn't have a problem finding cheap hitters for the Monday MLB slate.
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It also happened in 1945 -- when the All-Star game was canceled because of World War II.
Three of the "Final Vote" players have made the AL squad, including Dozier, who is an All-Star for the first time.
Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas and Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez are heading to the 2015 All-Star Game as the Final Vote winners.
Cardinals righty Carlos Martinez has jumped over Reds righty Johnny Cueto in the NL Final Vote leaderboard. Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas still leads the AL.
The last All-Star spots are up for grabs, with voting continuing until Friday afternoon.
Picking the wrong ace -- Max Scherzer -- was costly Tuesday, but that doesn't deter Heath Cummings from building around Clayton Kershaw and slugger Bryce Harper on Wednesday.
Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas and Reds righty Johnny Cueto are currently leading the AL and NL Final Vote, respectively.
Cesar Hernandez has been lost a bit in Philly's gnarly shuffle, but Scott White looks at him as shortstop help plus Jason Motte and Gerardo Parra.

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