The number of viewers may have paled in comparison with the Super Bowl (98.7 million) or even the final game of the NBA championship series (16 million), but he 14.6 million viewers who tuned in to Fox for Tuesday night's telecast of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game represented the biggest audience for the summer classic since 2002, according to Nielsen research. The results were particularly impressive given the fact that TV viewing is down 18 percent overall this summer and that the baseball telecast competed against NBC's No. 1-rated America's Got Talent (which came in second for the night) and an ABC Michael Jackson documentary for which the network reportedly paid $200,000 for exclusive footage of the siner (which came in third).