The Sox went four starters to the MLB All Stars Game odds competition which is roughly 45% of the entire starting lineup in the 2008 MLB All Stars Game betting. But there are plenty of other great players in the AL lineup as well and they should present plenty of challenge to the NL pitching staff in the MLB All Stars Game betting.
Red Sox stars Manny Ramirez, David Ortiz, David Youkilis and Dustin Pedroia will all be MLB All Stars Game betting starters. Some MLB All Stars Game betting fans may cry foul but the simple fact is that the Boston fans are as fanatic as they get and they all likely voted 27 times apiece to get their favorite players voted into the MLB All Stars Game betting, and more power to them. In any event, Ortiz will miss the MLB All Stars Game odds event due to injury.
Replacing him at the DH spot will ostensibly be Milton Bradley of the Rangers, the only other DH selected to the MLB All Stars Game betting game for the AL. And don’t think the Yankees didn’t have their revenge in the MLB All Stars Game betting balloting. The left side of the AL infield will be all pinstripes as A-Rod will start at third and the struggling Derek Jeter will be starting at short stop when the MLB All Stars Game betting begins.
Joining Manny in the outfield is Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton who has perhaps the most impressive offensive stats of any player in the MLB All Stars Game odds competition, and perennial MLB All Stars Game betting balloting favorite Ichiro Suzuki. Catcher Joe Mauer rounds up an impressive MLB All Stars Game betting roster by any measure.
For the Yankees competing in the MLB All Stars Game betting odds the game will be extra special as it will be the last MLB All Stars Game betting game every played on the hallow grounds that Ruth built almost one hundred years ago.