Who are this year's short-lived All-Stars? 

July, 15, 2008
07/15/08
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In 1998, Rolando Arrojo pitched for the American League All-Star team. Arrojo finished his brief major league career with 40 wins, 42 losses, and a 4.55 ERA.

In 1988, Kurt Stillwell played shortstop for the American League. Stillwell did play in the majors for nine seasons, but finished his career with a .311 on-base percentage and a .349 slugging percentage, and was not regarded as a defensive wizard.

In 1978, Biff Pocoroba caught an inning for the National League. Pocoroba finished his career with 374 hits.

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