Given how many "baseball is broken!" and "fix the All-Star Game!" comments and tweets are visible on social media, the sport does have folks talking during this time every season. Yet despite the "controversy creates cash" mantra that undoubtedly filters through the halls of MLB's executive offices, baseball can improve its yearly showcase.
As we sit back and enjoy the best of the best in Major League Baseball on Tuesday night, don't discount the many ways that baseball can improve the product, showcase its talent and build up to the biggest non-postseason event on its yearly calendar.
In a sport that can be too in love with tradition and the past, while attempting to seamlessly marry the present and future into the conversation, the product can become muddled and confusing.
Here are six ways Major League Baseball can fix the All-Star Game once and for all.