You know how much I love baseball, but sometimes it drives me nuts. Here’s one: Imagine belting 25 homeruns and 103 RBI at the break, and NOT making the all-star team. That’s what happened to Detroit’s Hank Greenberg in 1935. Instead, Lou Gehrig (11 HR 51 RBI) and Jimmie Foxx (13 HR 50 RBI) were selected. Greenberg considered it a snub, and when he was selected in 1938 as a starter, he declined the invitation. He went on to hit 58 HR that season. And the 103 RBI at the all-star break is STILL a record. Way to go Hank.