Sport: Picked by Pros

This year there was no stuffing of the ballot boxes. The fans who made a farce of last year's All-Star baseball game by swamping the National League squad with Cincinnati Redlegs, never got into the act. The teams for the 25th annual mid-season show were chosen by votes of players, managers and coaches.*

The men who know baseball best turned a collective cold shoulder on two of the fans' perennial favorites: Boston's Ted Williams (batting .298 at week's end) and New York's Yogi Berra (.217). New faces popped up everywhere in the lineups. Only one man was everybody's choice: St. Louis' Stan...

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