When All-Star rosters are announced on Sunday, Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson will be named a starter for the American League. And while some Yankees lead the voting because of their uniform and name, Granderson's done it with his play on the field.
In his second season in New York, Granderson is having the best season of his young career. The 30-year-old is hitting .276/.367/.575 with 21 home runs and a league-leading seven triples and 70 runs scored.
CBSSports.com's Mark Morgan sat down with Granderson to talk about the difference between his second season in New York and his first, among other topics.
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