Anthony Rizzo gets bullied during All-Star Game

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Anthony Rizzo was the first Cub to start an All-Star Game since 2008, and the Cubs first baseman was treated like the new kid on the block among the other National League players.

Rizzo got close to Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier. In some of the pictures, Rizzo looks to be the bud of the jokes among Harper and Frazier.

Rizzo was making the players laugh, which is good, knowing he looks to be bullied in most of the pictures.

The Twitter world was trying to predict what the players were laughing about.

The 25-year-old first baseman didn’t perform how he wanted during his second consecutive All-Star Game, going 0-2 with a groundout and a fly out.

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