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On Baseball: Baseball Labor Deal Turns All-Star Game Back Into an Exhibition

NYTimes.com Friday, 2 December 2016
The game had been linked to the World Series for the past 14 years, as the winning All-Star team secured home-field advantage for its league, but that fact never gave the game the desired ratings lift.
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News video: MLB Will Give World Series Home-Field Advantage to Best Team

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Thanks to a new collective bargaining agreement, the All-Star Game will no longer decide who gets home-field advantage in the World Series.

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