|AL Starters||NL Starters|
|C||Joe Mauer||Twins||C||Yadier Molina||Cardinals|
|1B||Mark Teixeira||Yankees||1B||Albert Pujols||Cardinals|
|2B||Aaron Hill||Blue Jays||2B||Chase Utley||Phillies|
|3B||Evan Longoria||Rays||3B||David Wright||Mets|
|SS||Derek Jeter||Yankees||SS||Hanley Ramirez||Marlins|
|OF||Jason Bay||Red Sox||OF||Ryan Braun||Brewers|
|OF||Ichiro Suzuki||Mariners||OF||Raul Ibanez||Phillies|
|OF||Josh Hamilton||Rangers||OF||Carlos Beltran||Mets|
|AL Reserves||NL Reserves|
|SP||Zack Greinke||Royals||SP||Zach Duke*||Pirates|
|SP||Roy Halladay||Blue Jays||SP||Ted Lilly||Cubs|
|SP||Justin Verlander||Tigers||SP||Dan Haren||D’backs|
|SP||Tim Wakefield||Red Sox||SP||Tim Lincecum||Giants|
|SP||Mark Buehrle||Wh. Sox||SP||Chad Billingsley||Dodgers|
|SP||Felix Hernandez||Mariners||SP||Josh Johnson||Marlins|
|SP||Josh Beckett||Red Sox||SP||Johan Santana||Mets|
|SP||Edwin Jackson||Tigers||SP||Jason Marquis||Rockies|
|RP||Jonathan Papelbon||Red Sox||RP||Ryan Franklin||Cardinals|
|RP||Joe Nathan||Twins||RP||Heath Bell||Padres|
|RP||Mariano Rivera||Yankees||RP||Trevor Hoffman*||Brewers|
|RP||Brian Fuentes||Angels||RP||Francisco Rodriguez||Mets|
|RP||Andrew Bailey||Athletics||RP||Francisco Cordero||Reds|
|C||Victor Martinez||Indians||C||Brian McCann||Braves|
|1B||Kevin Youkilis||Red Sox||1B||Prince Fielder||Brewers|
|1B||Justin Morneau||Twins||1B||Ryan Howard||Phillies|
|1B||Carlos Pena*||Rays||2B||Orlando Hudson||Dodgers|
|3B||Michael Young||Rangers||3B||Ryan Zimmerman||Nationals|
|SS||Jason Bartlett||Rays||SS||Miguel Tejada||Astros|
|OF||Adam Jones||Orioles||OF||Justin Upton||D’backs|
|OF||Curtis Granderson||Tigers||OF||Brad Hawpe||Rockies|
|OF||Torii Hunter||Angels||OF||Hunter Pence||Astros|
|OF||Carl Crawford||Rays||1B||Adrian Gonzalez||Padres|
|UT||Ben Zobrist||Rays||2B||Freddy Sanchez||Pirates|
|3B||Brandon Inge||Tigers||OF||Shane Victorino||Phillies|
Her roommate had recently announced that she was moving out and Kazemi, a waitress at a Dave and Buster’s sports bar in Nashville, feared her rent would double.
Compounding her anxieties was an increasing suspicion that she was not McNair’s only mistress.
“She believed McNair was involved with another woman and that, too, participated in her state of mind, we think,” said Serpas.
Kazemi even tracked down the woman she assumed McNair was romantically involved with and followed her home Friday, but did not confront her, Serpas said.
“She had become very distraught and on two occasions she had told friends and associates that her life was all messed up and that she was going to end it all,” Serpas said.
He added that Kazemi told a friend on Friday, “My life is a ball of s— and I should end it.”
Relatives told reporters that Kazemi believed McNair, the father of four, was about to finalize a divorce from his wife of 12 years. In reality, no divorce papers were ever filed.
The same day she purchased her gun, Kazemi took out an ad on Craigslist selling all her furniture – including the sectional sofa she and McNair died on, the Tennessean newspaper reported. Kazemi’s relatives said she was selling her belongings because she thought she was moving in with McNair.
The bombshell news came on the eve of McNair’s funeral in Nashville, where he is revered for leading the Titans to the Super Bowl in 1999 and praised for his charitable work in the community.
McNair, a three-time Pro-Bowl pick who ended his illustrious career with the Baltimore Ravens, will be buried in his hometown, Mt. Olive, Miss.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Titans opened their stadium Wednesday for fans who wanted to come and remember Steve McNair at the place where he gave them so many memories.
Nearly 4,000 fans filed into LP Field by late afternoon, to sit in the stands and watch a rolling video of McNair’s career.
The Titans also made available several large albums for fans to write messages, to be passed on to McNair’s family.
“I wrote, ‘Steve, it was a great ride. Thank you,’.” said Mary Ellen Gandi of Franklin, a Titans season-ticket holder since 1999 who was wearing a No. 9 McNair jersey.
Mitchell Deloatch made a 10-hour drive with his wife Tenisha from North Carolina and said they would stay in Nashville for today’s memorial to McNair, at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Whites Creek, from 3:45-6:45 p.m. (Photo of Titans fan Princess Lagan by George Walker IV, The Tennessean)
“I followed him since he was at Alcorn State,” Deloatch said.
The video played on the two massive end zone screens and included classic footage of McNair making a pair of 360-degree spins to escape tacklers and throw a touchdown pass during his “Air McNair” run at Alcorn State.
“It’s just closure for me,” said Chris Hurt of Nashville. “It’s been a long few days.”
Velma McQuiddy came with five grandchildren, including two who had attended one of McNair’s football camps in Nashville.
“I saw Steve two weeks ago, before he opened his restaurant,” McQuiddy said. “I think he remembered them, and he stopped to talk to the boys.”
The tribute will continue today at LP Field, from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. CT. — Tom Weir