By Al Yellon - Editor
The All-Star Game is supposed to celebrate the best of the best in baseball. Here are some players who were picked for the game who don't qualify for that status.
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Jul 8, 2012 -Every year, there's debate and discussion of who did not get picked for major-league All-Star teams, even after some of those who were originally left out are added to the squads due to injury (A.J. Pierzynski is still on the outs this year, and that's a real snub -- he definitely deserved to go).
But what about players who do get to go to the Midsummer Classic despite, and I'm trying to be charitable here, being mediocre-to-awful? There have been some real head-scratching choices in All-Star history, yet those players will always have the "All-Star" banner on top of their pages on baseball-reference.com. Here are eight of the worst picks of all-time.
1942 American League: Eddie Smith. Smith, perhapsRead More »from The Worst All-Star Selections in Baseball History