On June 28, 1957, Commissioner Ford Frick replaces three Cincinnati Reds on the National League’s All-Star team. Frick names Stan Musial, Willie Mays and Hank Aaron to replace Cincinnati’s Gus Bell, George Crowe and Wally Post in the starting lineup. Cincinnati fans had stuffed the ballot box, electing eight Reds to the All-Star Game starting lineup.
In the final vote tally, Musial is the only non-Red who would have started.