Let's add spice to All-Star Game

Page 2's Jim Armstrong has 20 ways to make the All-Star Game more interesting.

Updated: July 9, 2003, 5:51 PM ET
By Jim Armstrong | Special to Page 2

The hottest player in baseball isn't Albert Pujols. It's Allan Selig.

Admit it, Bud's on a roll. First he gave us the wild card, your basic stroke of genius that keeps every team but the Tigers and the Toledo Mud Hens in contention after Labor Day. Then he talked half the major metro areas in America into the notion that what ailed the local ball team wasn't lousy pitching, but inadequate fan amenities. Build a retractable roof, he said, and they will come. Give them iced cappuccino, he ...

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