Originally Posted by hoosiersoxfan
I'm not so sure the anniversary will mean anything. You would think with the 100 year Wrigley anniversary they would have played the Allstar game there recently and the Cubs haven't hosted since 1990
But other teams have waited longer than the Cubs for their turn - many with new ballparks that have yet to host an ASG. The Twins last hosted in '85 and next year's host (Cincinnati) hasn't hosted since '88. In the NL, Miami has never hosted. The Nationals haven't hosted since moving to Washington. Philly and San Diego haven't hosted a game in their new park. San Diego last hosted in '92 and Philly in '96 - so their wait has been slightly shorter than the Cubs.
So, I think it's still fair to say that the Cubs "turn" hasn't come up yet and I bet Selig & Co. are eager to award ASGs to places like Washington and Miami that have built new ballparks and have yet to host a game (Washington last hosted the ASG in '69 when the Rangers still played there).
2033 is a long ways off, but after 30 years since their last game, it would be fair to guess at this point that other teams have had their turn hosting before it comes back to the Sox.