>>AL Tops NL In ASG For Fifth Straight Year
(Miami, FL) — The American League is celebrating its fifth straight win in the MLB All-Star Game. Robinson Cano’s solo homer in the top of the 10th lifted the AL to a 2-1 win over the National League at Marlins Park in Miami. Cano was named the game’s MVP. Home Run Derby runner-up Miguel Sano smacked an RBI single in the fifth for the AL. Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina accounted for the only NL run with a solo homer in the 6th inning. Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez was the only NL pitcher to throw more than one inning—he went 2 innings and struck out 4.
>>ASG All-Time Series Tied Up
(Miami, FL) — The all-time All-Star Game series is all tied up. Each league now has 43 wins after the AL came out on top last night. There have also been two ties. Each league has also scored exactly 361 runs in the 88 all-time meetings.