There are more skills required to play baseball than there are for any other sport.
Just think about what it means to be a "five-tool player." Only a few dozen people in the world can both hit and hit for power, let alone run, throw, and catch. That's without even considering pitchers.
Yet, the MLB All-Star Game features just one skill competition: The Home Run Derby.
In this slideshow are 10 contests that MLB could add to its All-Star festivities that test some of the game's neglected skills.
A description of the event, five players who could compete, and my predicted winner.
To prevent guys like Carl Crawford and Ichiro from dominating everything, I decided that players can partake in only one competition each.