The 1970 MLB All-Star-Game was held at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati which had just opened weeks earlier. The game is notable for being the first All-Star game played at night, a tradition that has continued ever since. The 1970 game was also the first time since 1957 that the starting lineup was determined by fan voting. These two changes were a huge success, and this game still remains the highest-rated All-Star Game TV broadcast of all time. The NL attempted to extend their 7-game win streak with the likes of veterans Hank Aaron and Willie Mays along with youngsters Pete Rose and Johnny Bench

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