All-Star celebrities reveal changes they would make as MLB commissioner

Mark TownsendYahoo Sports Contributor
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Everyone has their own vision of what Major League Baseball should be.

Unfortunately, not everyone gets to be commissioner.

Imagine, though, that for one day the office was open and it was your job to help mold and shape the future of our beloved game. What changes would you make? Which rules would you change?

Those are the questions we asked some of the celebrities who were on hand for the All-Star festivities in Cleveland.

Not surprisingly, we got a wide range of responses.

Dr. Oz, NBA star J.R. Smith, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and former WWE champion Mike “The Miz” Mizanin were just some of the stars who put on their commissioner’s cap.

There were a few standard suggestions regarding growing the game, the designated hitter rule and replay reviews. Would you believe one celebrity questioned why umpires even exist in modern-day baseball?

There were also some unconventional ideas regarding banned substances and streakers.

Not sneakers ... streakers.

You’ll have to watch the video for more on that.

If you like an idea you hear or have a suggestion of your own, let us know in the comments or on twitter @MLBYahooSports.

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