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Cincinnati is in line to host the Major League Baseball All-Star game of the 2015 season.

Commissioner Bud Selig announced, yesterday, that the mid-summer classic will return to town for the first time since 1988.

Major League Baseball also contributed $1.5 million dollars for an urban youth academy in Cincinnati.

To learn more about the possible economic impact the all-star game can have on the city, check out the video above.

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