The Top 10 list is synonymous with Late Night with David Letterman, so it's not surprising that a version of the list came out last night in time for the 2012 MLB All-Star Break. The beauty of it is that Letterman got several American League players and a former local hero in George Brett to participate. Here's the complete "Top 10 Fun Facts About The All-Star Game" below and the player who mentioned it:
10.This year, they've added an extra base (Detroit Tigers starting pitcher, Justin Verlander)
9.Catcher may be replaced by a designated squatter (Minnesota Twins catcher, Joe Mauer)
8.After the Home Run Derby, there's now a Weak Grounder to Third Derby (Chicago White Sox starting pitcher, Chris Sale)
7.During the 1937 All-Star Game, Dizzy Dean's the first player to yell "Go sit in the truck!" (Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher, Jered Weaver)
6.All-Star etiquette requires players to spit discreetly into a hankerchief (Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher, David Price)
5.The game's tomorrow and I still don't know what the All-Star Ambassador does (All-Star Ambassador, George Brett)
4.Players need notes from two different doctors to get out of doing lame Top Ten List (Baltimore Orioles outfielder, Adam Jones)
3.This year's game is cup-optional (Texas Rangers outfielder, Josh Hamilton)
2.Earlier today, we all bonded at a matinee of "Magic Mike" (Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher, C.J. Wilson)
1.Oh crap, the game's tomorrow?! (New York Yankees shortstop, Derek Jeter)
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