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Web Extra: Four Brewers Participating in 2014 All-Star Game


By: Eyewitness Sports

Minneapolis, Minn. - The Milwaukee Brewers have four players on the National League All-Star roster in 2014.

Third baseman Aramis Ramirez and outfielder Carlos Gomez were picked by the fans to start. Jonathan Lucroy will start at catcher as an injury replacement. Closer Francisco Rodriguez was also selected to the roster.

The four members of the Brewers spoke with reporters at the MLB All-Star Media Day Press Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Minneapolis.

Carlos Gomez, 2014 All-Star (Brewers)

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