Fernando Rodney is an All Star for the second time in his 12-year career. The Seattle Mariners closer made the most of his introduction from Joe Buck, tilting his cap and breaking out his trademark post-save bow-and-arrow celebration. Perhaps this violates an unwritten rule of pregame introductions, or something. It’s sad we even have to joke about that, right? The All Star Game should be about fun so I’m glad Rodney let his personality shine through, despite all the heartburn he caused me when he pitched the ninth inning for the Tigers all those years ago.
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