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Phil Rosenthal: Fox talks with All-Stars during the game, but players say little

Giddy as Fox Sports' Joe Buck was at the start of Tuesday's MLB All-Star Game about the prospect of being able to talk with players throughout the exhibition, the reality was they didn't say much.

Mike Trout gave weather reports. Bryce Harper didn't swear when Fox showed an unflattering childhood photo. Fox steered clear of Josh Hader. Matt Kemp was agreeable in the field but couldn't be baited into keeping the conversation going at the

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