The MLB All-Stars completed a five-game sweep of the Chinese Taipei national team on Sunday. The collection of 28 Major League Baseball players made stops in Taipei City, Taichung and Kaohsiung during their week-long trip in Taiwan.
Led by Yankees stars Curtis Granderson and Robinson Cano, Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval, young Nats first basemen Michael Morse, and Marlins vocal outfielder Logan Morrison, the team won all five games despite great competition from their counterparts.
Reliever Bill Bray was the lone representative from the Reds.
Here's the statline from his only two appearances:
Nov. 3 - 1.0 IP, 1 K, Save (1) W 5-3
Nov. 5 - 1.0 IP, 1 H, Save (2) W 3-2
|Bray instructing youngsters during a clinic this past week|
|Bray after nailing down a win for the MLB All-Stars|