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June 28, 1957 > Commissioner Ford Frick shakes up the National League All-Star roster amidst allegations that Cincinnati fans had stuffed the ballot box. After the final count revealed that almost every member of the Reds' starting lineup had made the NL squad, Frick declares that Hank Aaron and Willie Mays will start ahead of Gus Bell and Wally Post.