Then Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig huddles with American League manager Joe Torre, right, and National League manager Bob Brenly and the umpires as they decide to call the 2002 All-Star Game a 7-7 tie after both teams ran out of pitchers after 11 innings.
Then Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig huddles with American League manager Joe Torre, right, and National League manager Bob Brenly and the umpires as they decide to call the 2002 All-Star Game a 7-7 tie after both teams ran out of pitchers after 11 innings. Darren Hauck The Associated Press
Then Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig huddles with American League manager Joe Torre, right, and National League manager Bob Brenly and the umpires as they decide to call the 2002 All-Star Game a 7-7 tie after both teams ran out of pitchers after 11 innings. Darren Hauck The Associated Press

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