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2006 All-Star FanFest
Commissioner Bud Selig answers questions during a live chat on Tuesday.
Commissioner Bud Selig answers questions during a live chat on Tuesday. (Kenji Takabayashi/MLB.com)
Commissioner Bud Selig addressed baseball fans around the world on Tuesday in a live Internet chat session just hours before the 77th All-Star Game at PNC Park. Full story >
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Red carpet rolled out again for All-Stars
It's a long road for a baseball player to reach the All-Star Game, but the final 1,837 feet are going to be pretty sweet Tuesday night. That is the length of the red-carpeted route that more than 60 Chevy Avalanche trucks will take to carry the 2006 All-Stars to PNC Park. Full story >
• Pitch, Hit & Run national champs crowned
• Habitat, MLB build house No. 21
• MLB hosts Make-A-Wish children
• FanFest opens to rave reviews


Day 1 of FanFest
Sights from Thursday's All-Star FanFest in Pittsburgh.
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FanFest Floor:
The planned layout of FanFest at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Floor Map

• Commissioner Selig's Town Hall Chats:
  2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | Spring 2002
• FanFest Coverage: 2005 | 2004 | 2003



1994 All-Star Game 1994 All-Star Game
Moises Alou drove in Tony Gwynn in the bottom of the 10th inning for the NL win.
• 1994 highlights: 350K
1974 All-Star Game 1974 All-Star Game
The National League prevailed for their 11th victory in a span of twelve All-Star Games.
• 1974 highlights: 350K
1959 All-Star Game 1959 All-Star Game >
The National League won by a run, in the first of two All-Star Games in the Summer of 1959.
1944 All-Star Game 1944 All-Star Game >
Forbes Field was the host to the National League's 7-1 victory over the American League.