The MLB All-Star Game has been an event of diminishing returns in recent years. The ratings have plummeted and general interest has waned over the years, leaving the Mid-Summer Classic has nothing more than a blip on the radar.

The MLB All-Star Game once had significant meaning to the players and fans who saw the best of the best square off for the only interleague matchup outside of the World Series.

Pete Rose’s collision at home plate. Reggie Jackson’s moonshot. Cal Ripken’s home run. All were memorable moments from a game that is losing those moments and overall attraction.

The MLB All-Star Game needs a face lift. Here are five ways to make it happen.

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