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All-Star Game 15.6/28 A real contest until the sixth inning, baseball’s summer showcase improved 5% over last year but still ranked as the third-lowest-rated All-Star telecast since 1967. Unlike the NBA, baseball continues to skew older in its appeal, drawing its highest shares among viewers over 50.

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