Hafner Won't Plead the Fifth

POSTED BY: News Department
Wednesday, July 7, 2004 - 11:42 PM
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Final votes for the final all-stars on the American and National League rosters came out... and Cleveland's Travis Hafner will not be joining 4 of his fellow Indians in Houston for the All-Star break.

Hafner was 1 of 5 candidates in the American League, but Hideki Matsui received the most online votes. Meanwhile, Bobby Abreu grabbed the final spot in the NL. Pittsburgh's Jason Kendall was a candidate.

Texas (47-35) 9
Cleveland (40-43) 8

-A 4-run 7th gave Texas an 8-6 lead... the Rangers followed up with another run in the 8th... yet the Indians almost sent the game to extras. Ronnie Belliard struck out with the tying runner on second base to close the game.

St. Louis (52-32) 4
Cincinnati (44-40) 2

-Cincinnati comes back to tie the Cardinals twice, but couldn't tie them a third time after Reggie Sanders drove in Edgar Renteria in the 7th with the eventual winning run.

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