"Today's athletes run faster and make a lot more plays in the field, but the name of the game is still pitching and it ain't going to change. Pitching was 80 percet of baseball when John McGraw managed and it's still 80 percet of baseball."
The Sporting News (TSN) has been naming All-Star teams for over
80 years. Between 1925 and 1960, one team was selected by a ballot of
Baseball Writers Association of America members after the season as the
Major League All-Star Team. Starting in 1961, a squad from each league was
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