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MLB All-Star Game 2011: Everything You Need To Know In One Place

There's nothing else like the midsummer classic, and nobody covers it better than SB Nation. With a team of smart, talented and knowledgeable reporters, SB Nation brings you unique and interesting coverage of the MLB All-Star Game. With that in mind, here's everything you need to know about the game and its festivities from SB Nation.

2011 MLB All-Star Game Rosters Set For NL Vs. AL Showdown In Phoenix: Sometimes it seems like the MLB All-Star roster changes more often than coaches do in college sports. Check out the complete list of All-Stars and view the final roster of which players will play in Tuesday's game.

2011 MLB All-Star Game: Time, TV Schedule And More: Everybody loves information! Here's all of the little details you need to know about tonight's All-Star game.

Robinson Cano Rallies Past Adrian Gonzalez To Win 2011 Home Run Derby: Miss the Home Run Derby? Don't worry, we have you covered. Read up on everything that went down on Monday night in this stream.

All-Star Game Tickets Through The Years: Al Yellon takes a look at all of the different All-Star Game tickets over the years.

All-Star Game 2011: In Search Of The Best Closer To Never Make The Team: Seems like closers always get the short end of the stick, doesn't it? Grant Brisbee looks back at all of the good closers who didn't make it to the midsummer classic.

All-Star Game 2011: Why To Take Selections And Snubs So SeriouslyIt's amazing how many people overreact to All-Star snubs, like the Pirates' Andrew McCutchen. Grant Brisbee looks into it.

Too Many All-Stars (Or Maybe Not Enough): Marc Normandin of Over The Monster writes that, believe it or not, there may not be too many All-Stars.

How To Fix The All-Star Game: Al Yellon thinks that the All-Star Game is a mess, and offers his thoughts on how to fix it.

Once you've read up on all of that, make sure to follow the game with SB Nation Live on Twitter. To do so, follow @SBNationLive, where there will be live tweets as the game progresses.

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