By most accounts, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies haven't had the year that they were hoping for. There have been some highlights including my daughter, Tara working as an on-the-field hostess for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies...Okay, that's a personal highlight for me.

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Probably the biggest highlight so far is the Rumble Ponies rehab start by pitcher, Max Scherzer in front of a sold-out Mirabito Stadium. His comments after the game causing a minor controversy and then ALL WAS FORGIVEN, when he treated the Rumble Ponies players to a $7,000 feast and new Air Pods.

So does that technically make him a Rumble Pony? If it does, then there are four former Binghamton ballplayers that have made this year's MLB All-Star Game. Here are the other three that will participate in the Midsummer Classic at Dodger Stadium.

Former Binghamton Rumble Ponies Players That Made The 2022 MLB All-Star Team

Pete Alonso - The "Polar Bear" is playing in his second MLB All-Star game and is a two-time Home Run Derby champion. He played first base for the Ponies during the 2017 and 2018 seasons.

Andres Gimenez - The shortstop is making his first MLB All-Star appearance with the Cleveland Guardians. He spent the 2018 and 2019 seasons with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.

Jeff McNeil - The "Flying Squirrel" is making his second trip to the MLB All-Star game and was here in the Southern Tier for the 2018 season as a Binghamton Rumble Ponies utility infielder.

Congratulations to these former Ponies players on being selected to play in the 92nd All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 19th.

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