Have you ever tried to fill out an All-Star roster? The way it’s supposed to be, with one All-Star from every team? This is my first try.
Good gravy. It sucks. You know what, A’s and Cubs? You screw everything up. Go away.
My feeble attempt, after spending more than an hour staring at stats and rosters:
Don’t like it? Your pet player didn’t make it? I missed someone so obvious it hurts? I don’t care. This was beyond a waste of my time. This player can’t make the team because that team needs a representative. This player has to make the team because he leads the league in home runs, but that would mean there are a zillion players at one position. This catcher needs to make it because you can’t have just one catcher.
I’m assuming the managers for each team will feel the same way. And they won’t care about the criticism either, as they’ll have spent seventeen hours doing the same damned thing I was just doing.
Your All-Star picks, if you would. Note that the rosters are up to 33 players now, which is 20 position players and 13 pitchers.