I've posted this message on hundreds of messages boards to a favorable response and thought I'd stop by here and share the same viewpoint. First off, MLB should do the honest and correct thing and remove the All-Star game from Chicago. Forget the silly things about having the team from the winning league get homefield advantage in the World Series and other unimportant issues. The real issue is the complete disgrace to baseball as represented by the White Sox and most importantly, their fans. This group of hooligans (to put it mildly), criminals is more apt have thoroughly and conistently embarassed not only baseball, but this great country. This classless group of individuals (players and fans of the White Sox) do not DESERVE to host the All-Star game. I think baseball has a good case to contract the White Sox since they are completely unable to control their outlandish fans. For the good of baseball, the All-Star game should be removed from Chicago It is simply not safe to play any baseball game in front of White Sox fans, much less one of baseball peremier events. Do something right for the first time Mr. Selig, and remove the All-Star game from the White Sox at the very least. And then, to make matters worse, the ONLY good thing to come of out Chicago baseball-wise, Sammy Sosa is accused of using a corked bat? While this pales in comparison to the consistent assault on baseball as practiced by the White Sox and their fans, it is yet insult on top of injury to have this fine Latin gentleman accused, perhaps accurately? of this minor rule violation. But first and foremost, REMOVE THE ALL-STAR GAME FROM THE WHITE SOX FACILITY!