The Dodgers have an all-star record. They’re been on an all-star winning streak. They play in the middle of an all-star town. They have the most all-star team in baseball, with one curious exception.
They probably won’t have anyone starting for the National League All-Star team.
“It doesn’t make any sense,” manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday.
Believe it. When the fan voting ends Thursday for the July 11 game in Miami, only one Dodger even has a chance to make the starting lineup, and it would take a miracle finish for Corey Seager to make up 258,074 votes on Cincinnati’s Zack Cozart.
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