I know, I'm about to compliment the San Francisco Giants' organization. I'm feeling generous.
I have to admit that I think the 2007 MLB All-Star Game logo is really beautiful. For a while now, I've admired the clean lines and Edward Hopper-like shadows of the image, with the ball splashing into the waters of McCovey Cove. The logo was designed by Michael Schwab Studio, whose work is familiar to Bay Area residents who have visited the Golden Gate National Parks. Most of Schwab's work has the same fonts, color schemes, and shadows. You can see more of Michael Schwab Studio's posters here.
Posters of the 2007 ASG logo are available online here for $200. However, though there are three shots available, and one from the same right-field vantage point, none of the posters available have the iconic ball/splash, which is a little odd. Maybe you have to get the offical logo through MLB.com (but I couldn't find it).
On a more humorous note, I also did a bit of digging around and found this logo from Toon Refugee. They've written, "The Giants and Barry Bonds are hosting the All-Star Game. Just move the game a few miles north and the next time someone “goes yard” it’s the prison yard." Nice.