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What is the NL and AL won-lost record for the MLB All Star Game?

Commentary dropped by the City Secretary Office a couple of days ago to check out the latest campaign treasurer designations.

Here is who I will add to my political page later on today:

For Mayor:  Keryl Douglas, Eric Dick, Michael Fitzsimmons, and Victoria Lane.

For At-Large 2:  David Robinson, Dr. Carolyn Evans-Shabazz, and Brent Gordon.

For At-Large 3:  As reported yesterday, Al Edwards.

For District B:  Joe Joseph.

For District C:  Pete Sosa.

For District D:  Lana Edwards, Larry McKenzie, and Anthony Robinson.

For District G:  Ben Taef.

Of course, these folks still have to plunk down the filing fee when the time comes.

The NL All Star Team has won 43 games, the AL All Star Team has won 38 games, and there have been two ties of course.

Here is the deal.  A bunch of GOP members of the U.S. House of Representatives don’t have very many Latinos in their districts so they don’t feel they have to support immigration reform.  Some far right wing GOPers even go on to say that pathway to citizenship means more Dem voters in the future.  I’m betting we won’t get immigration reform legislation.  We’ll just have to go another election cycle where Latino voters come out and heavily support Dem candidates and further cement the Latino community and Dem Party bond.   Hey, they asked for it!

Jarred Cosart has been called up and will make his MLB starting pitcher debut at Tampa Bay tomorrow night.  They needed to make the move for a club with a 32-59 record.   

 

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