Controversial All-Star Game in Arizona means big bucks for state [motion graphic]
What does hosting the 2011 MLB All-Star Game mean for Arizona? Host city Phoenix stands to make $60 million in revenue while the state as a whole will collect an estimated $150 million from baseball fans. The MLB’s vote to play the All-Star Game in Arizona has been a controversial one, in light of the strict immigration bill the state has enacted.
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