Who’s on second? All-Star game to debut new rule for extra innings

MLB CLEVELAND (AP) — Picture this, baseball fans. All-Star Game tied 4-all Tuesday night at Progressive Field, flamethrower Aroldis Chapman set to face rookie sensation Pete Alonso to start the top of the 10th inning. But, wait! Before the first pitch, Kris Bryant casually trots from the National League dugout to take a lead off second base. "Kind of weird," offered Jeff McNeil, the majors'…

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