TV preview: MLB, Triple A trot out all-stars

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There are a pair of baseball all-star games next week — first the majors, then the minors. First up, it's the American League vs. the National League (5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Channel 13) in New York. Then it's the Pacific Coast League — including Salt Lake Bees infielder Efren Navarro — taking on the International League in the Triple A matchup in Reno, Nev. (7 p.m. Wednessday, MLB Network). The Week Ahead

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