My All-Star Game experience began with a walk. And, no, I’m not talking about a base on balls. This was a late afternoon stroll down South Capitol Street in Washington, D.C., from my internship on Capitol Hill down to the parking lot by Nationals Park where I would meet up with my parents and brother.
Donning my red Aaron Nola jersey, I was psyched. I had been watching the MLB All-Star Gameever since I became a baseball fan almost a decade ago, from the years of when it counted to the years when it didn’t count, but I have always enjoyed the uniqueness of the game. To me, the MLB All-Star Game is the best All-Star Game of the four major sports. The unparalleled tradition, highlighted by the fact that it is the only time you will see many of these stars on the same field even with inter-league play, makes this exhibition better than them all.
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