47 All-Star games have been decided by 2 runs or less.
2. Many pitchers
3. An American League Victory
4. A quality player will be snubbed
Difficult to get over 60 players in the game in only 9 innings
5. Ratings will suck
and last but not least we will see Albert Pujols have the best All-Star game ever. Yeah that's right, I am predicting a record breaking evening by the best player in the majors. Why would I be so bold, well that is easy because history repeats itself. Albert Pujols is having a year very reminiscent of the year Ted Williams had in 1946. Ted Williams performance in the 46' All-Star game ranks as the best single game output ever.