Addition of Ty France to the All-Star Team

Ty France is finally an All-Star. First baseman for the Mariners was added to the American League roster for Tuesday’s Midsummer Classic on Sunday, replacing Mike Trout of the Angels, who has been dealing with upper back spasms. Byron Buxton of Minnesota will replace Mike Trout in the opening lineup. After Sunday’s 6-2 victory over the Rangers, France told reporters, “There are a lot of feelings.” He now has a batting line of.308/.376/.470 (.846 OPS), 11 home runs, and 49 RBIs.

France is now going there for the first time in his brief career after making it to the final vote to decide who begins the All-Star Game but losing to Vladimir Guerrero. And for him to get to this point, it’s been a hectic week. When the reserves were revealed on July 10, France was completely excluded from the roster despite being in second place in the fan-only voting at first base. Then, owing to varied replacement strategies, J.D. Martinez and Corey Seager, respectively, were substituted for Yordan Alvarez and George Springer this week when they withdrew.


Written by Eren Kilic

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