Rob Neyer at espn.com picked his All-Time National League All-Star team, a 33-member club with at least one player from every National League team since the All-Star game began in 1933.
For instance, Neyer picks players from the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants, Montreal Expos and Milwaukee Braves in addition to players from all the current N.L. teams.
Two Los Angeles Dodgers made the team – Mike Piazza from the 1997 seasaon and Sandy Koufax from the 1966 season.
It’s a pretty good read and a definite argument starter.