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Rockies' Jimenez Must Start for NL All-Stars

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If Ubaldo Jimenez isn't the National League's starting pitcher in the All-Star Game, there should be yet another congressional investigation on baseball.

U the Man won his 15th game with a three-hit, one-run, six-strikeout, two-walk, eight-inning, uber-performance Thursday afternoon.

Bang the drum loudly.

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