Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Angels outfielder Mike Trout will lead a record five rookies into MLB's All-Star game. At 19, Harper is the youngest position player in All-Star history. Trout, just 20, is leading the AL in hitting. AP video. (July 10)
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