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2012 MLB All-Star Game: 4 Ways to Improve Baseball's Mid-Summer Classic

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2012 MLB All-Star Game: 4 Ways to Improve Baseball's Mid-Summer Classic
Mike Trout (left) and Bryce Harper (right) stand as two great things about this year's MLB All-Star game. There are many more things, however, that could be better.

Bryce Harper and Mike Trout made the 2012 MLB All-Star Game better.

Don't waste your hot air debating whether or not they deserved to be there. Even though the Mid-Summer Classic is the best All-Star game in professional sports, the game itself still has so many flaws that some call it a ridiculous joke.

Take this moment to applaud when the MLB All-Star Game actually gets it right.

(Waiting patiently).

OK, that moment is over. Now is when that hot air comes in (it certainly did in Kansas City). It's time to pick apart all the ways the MLB All-Star Game gets it wrong and detail how to make it right, too.

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