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The All-Star Game can therefore serve as his introduction to the world, a familiar purpose for White Sox players in All-Star games, and we can look to previous Sox All-Stars to see what paths he can follow.
After remaking himself entirely in Chicago and delivering two and a half years of bullpen dominance, it was a sweet moment of recognition that 33-year-old lefty reliever Matt Thornton earned a spot in the 2010 All-Star Game. For a guy who was traded away from the Mariners and assumed to be a bust, it was a nice culmination of a lot of hard work to straighten out his delivery and carve out a meaningful career.
He was probably happy enough with the milestone to gloss over the fact that he gave up a backbreaking bases-clearing double to Brian McCann in the seventh and took the loss for the entire American League.
By the time Frank Thomas got the All-Star call in 1993, in the middle of the first of two MVP seasons, he had already been snubbed despite sitting .302/.445/.516 at the break in 1991, and .306/.442/.517 in 1992. If you think that Thomas did not bristle at these oversights, you should read more Frank Thomas interviews.
Garcia seems too gracious about the entire process to get the same chip on his shoulder about being recognized, and dragging the Sox to a division title is probably a couple years out, but maybe AL manager Brad Mills can still find some way to dishonor him and inspire a rage-filled second half. Perhaps by asking him to pitch two innings.
After clocking 22 first half home runs en route to a would-be 2008 MVP season, Quentin earned a reserve spot on the AL All-Star team, which quickly turned into four at-bats as the game stretched into 15 innings. He showed off his shocking raw power in exactly zero of those trips to the plate, going 0-for-4, including a strikeout against Carlos Marmol to end the 13th that he marked by launching a streak of F-bombs into the field mics during a national broadcast. Countless children learned sports is just a game of angry cursing and screaming that night. 041b061a72