"We're going to set an all-time attendance record this year. Television ratings are at an all-time high. By any criteria you use, the game is having an unbelievable year. It's never been this popular before," said Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig on the eve of the 75th All-Star Gamer. In 2004, the Major Leagues� drew a record 73,022,969 fans, finishing the season with their third-highest average attendance. ESPN's 86 telecasts of 2004 games drew an average audience of 1.2 million viewers, up 7 percent over last season, and the Major League Baseball regular season coverage on ESPN2 drew an average of 642,000 viewers, an increase of 12 percent over last season. For the millions of fans who live for and adore this splendid game, The Major League Baseballr 2006 Calendar is back for an amazing 14th year. Filled with interesting facts, trivia, quotes, and all the special moments in Major League Baseball history, this calendar will give baseball enthusiasts even more to love about the game.