Washington taking 4 Rangers to All-Star game

Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington
gets to take four of his own players with him to Arizona for the
All-Star game. He only had to pick one of them.
Reigning AL MVP Josh Hamilton had already been voted in as a
starter by the fans, while third baseman Adrian Beltre and
designated hitter Michael Young were chosen on the players ballot.
Washington used one of his seven managerial picks to put
left-hander C.J. Wilson on the AL team.
It is the first All-Star selection for Wilson, the former closer
who was 8-3 with a 3.14 ERA going into his start Sunday night
against Florida.
Hamilton was voted in as a starter for the fourth consecutive
season. It is the seventh All-Star selection for Young, and the
second for Beltre.