Dodgers Take Over Colorado For All Star Festivities

Dodgers Take Over Colorado For All Star Festivities

Michael Higgins
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The Dodgers had 4 players join their coaching staff in Colorado for the MLB All-Star Game. While the greatest accomplishment for the players is simply making the team, we can still take a look at how they did in the game. 

Max Muncy was the starting Designated Hitter for the NL but went 0-2 in his ABs early in the game. Chris Taylor also got 2 ABs later on in the game and also went 0-2. Justin Turner was the only Dodger to record a hit in the game with a single in the 8th. Walker Buehler was the lone Dodgers’ pitcher, however, he did not make an appearance in this game.

Image via Dodgers' Twitter

Unfortunately for Dave Roberts and the rest of the Dodgers’ coaching staff, he is now 0-3 in the All-Star Game and the AL has seemingly dominated the matchup for the last decade. Now that all of the All-Star festivities are finished, the Dodgers will look to take over the NL West, starting Friday against the Rockies.

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