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The All Star game a few years ago ended in a tie, courtesy of that genius Bud Selig....

Polhemus, Bill wrote:

The thing you have to remember about baseball is, no game can end in a
tie. You continue until someone wins (unlike "association rules
football"--a.k.a. soccer--where a nil-nil tie is something to be
relished and talked about for hours at the pub as a fine, fine
event--whatever). Well, no game, that is, except the 2002 MLB All-Star
Game, which Commissioner Selig called because "both teams had run out of
players" after 11 innings.



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