Breaking: Four Talented Arms Added To The National League All-Star Roster


The MLB All-Star Game is just days away, and while the rosters were announced weeks ago, we've seen too many injuries since that point, as well as people being unavailable for the game, with many more names being given the honour of being called All-Star, and on Saturday, four more names were added to the National League pitching staff.

Those four names are Kodai Senga of the New York Mets (replacing Marcus Stroman), Alex Cobb of the San Francisco Giants (replacing Bryce Elder), Craig Kimbrel of the Philadelphia Phillies (replacing Devin Williams) and Corbin Burnes of the Milwaukee Brewers (replacing Spencer Strider). 

The All-Star Game should once again be one of the most enjoyable events on the baseball calendar this year, and with so much elite talent taking part in the game, we may see one of the best All-Star weekends in MLB history. 

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