From Derek Jeter's final All-Star Game to the self serve beer machines, it seems as though Minneapolis has had a successful week of All-Star festivities.
According to CSN Business Insider Rick Horrow, Minneapolis should see about $75 million in profit from the week-long All-Star festivities. When New York hosted the event, the total was estimated around $200 million.
So what kind of money could Chicago bring in if the city was able to host the All-Star Game at newly renovated Wrigley Field?
"If Chicago does get the renovation done and apply for an All-Star Game at Wrigley Field, they'll have significant economic impact, three times as much as here (Minneapolis)," Horrow said.
See what else Horrow had to say about the financial boom the All-Star Game provides in the video above.