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My only question is who strikes out the side.
Leppert was almost certainly chosen only because of that stupid rule about having to select at least one player from every team,
We need to compile an All-Star-Team of non-All-Stars. Salmon and Kirk Gibson are a heck of a nucleus. I'd imagine that this is one of those categories where the "strongest who didn't" would most thoroughly wipe the floor with the "weakest who did."
But it's a well-balanced lineup that would be very competitive in an MLB season (given all the players in their prime), let alone against the Weakest All-Stars.
Wayne Simpson was 10-1 with a 2.57 ERA in 1970.
Misirlou's list in 111 should give pause to those people who think All-Stars should be chosen strictly on their performance in the season in question.
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