MINNEAPOLIS Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig was at Target Field on Tuesday to speak at a luncheon for the 20th anniversary of the RBI World Series, which will be hosted by the Minnesota Twins.
Inevitably, Selig was asked about the MLB All-Star Game in 2014. Selig has yet to announce where that year's All-Star Game will be hosted, but many indications are that Target Field will be the site of the game.
"I made myself a little bet coming down here. I wondered how long it would be before somebody asked me that," Selig said. "I'm still thinking about a lot of things. We'll announce that in the near future."
Selig added that the announcement "could well be" made some time in August. Target Field opened in 2010 and is in its third season. Minnesota has not hosted an All-Star Game since it was at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in 1985.
This year's All-Star Game was held at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, and next year's will take place at Citi Field, home of the New Y...