• Miami ASG drama: It ain't Cano-ver until 10th!

    During the pregame ceremonies of the 88th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, Robinson Cano caught a ceremonial first pitch from Juan Marichal as part of a tribute to eight Latin-born Hall of Famers. In the 10th inning on Tuesday, Cano built upon his own legacy with a home run off Wade Davis that lifted the American League to a 2-1 win over the National League.

  • Cano hits decisive HR, named All-Star MVP

    Robinson Cano hit a go-ahead leadoff homer off Cubs closer Wade Davis in the 10th inning in the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard.

  • Cruz takes pre-AB photo with umpire West

    Thanks to Yadier Molina, Nelson Cruz obtained an in-game photo with umpire Joe West.

  • Springer masters baseball, speech disorder

    There might have been a time when Astros outfielder George Springer could not have imagined doing what he did Tuesday night. Starting in his first All-Star Game was also a pretty cool thing.

  • Martinez honors Fernandez in All-Star Game

    Carlos Martinez represented more than just the Cardinals on Tuesday, when he pitched two scoreless innings in the National League's 2-1 loss to the American League in 10 innings. He also took the mound in the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard excited to represent Miami's Latin community and, in particular, all those who had traveled from the Dominican Republic to watch him pitch.

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  • Miller bests Bellinger for All-Star Game save

    It had to be Cody Bellinger. Given what happened last month in Cleveland, where the Dodgers rookie made Indians relief ace Andrew Miller look human, of course the baseball gods saw fit to pit them against one another again with an All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on the line.

  • For Stanton and Ozuna, ASG about the show

    To Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna, going hitless didn't tell the story of All-Star Week week. It was about putting on an entertaining show and representing the Marlins and South Florida.

  • DYK? AL, NL completely even in ASG history

    The Midsummer Classic, played for the 88th time on Tuesday night, is now as even as can be.

  • 10 second-half questions from All-Star moments

    When Robinson Cano mashed Wade Davis' usually devastating curveball to provide the decisive run in the American League's 2-1 victory in the 88th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, he unofficially opened baseball's second half. This is one of the beautiful things about the All-Star Game. It isn't just a game and a showcase, it's a marker too. It is a brief respite before the roller coaster begins again.

  • Moose thrilled with Derby, All-Star experience

    Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas knew there was a chance he might face relievers Greg Holland or Wade Davis, former teammates and playing for the National League in Tuesday's All-Star Game presented by Mastercard.

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  • In my own words: Steve Stone

    The players in the All-Star Game would do well to keeping in mind what Vin Scully told us when I played in the 1980 All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium.

  • Bettis: An unexpected curveball

    During the Stand Up To Cancer Moment at the conclusion of the fifth inning of the 88th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on Tuesday night, Rockies teammates held up a card with Colorado starter Chad Bettis' name on it. The following essay was written by Bettis prior to that poignant moment.

  • Nationals Park on deck as 2018 ASG host

    Bryce Harper reiterated this week that if he makes the National League All-Star team next season, he wants to participate in the Home Run Derby, because the Midsummer Classic is coming to Nationals Park for the 2018 All-Star Game. And now that this week's festivities in Miami are finished, all eyes turn to Washington for next year's game.

  • Posey has fun in busy fifth All-Star Game

    Buster Posey's night at the dish may not have been eventful, but the Giants catcher still enjoyed his fifth career Midsummer Classic. He caught five innings in the American League's 2-1, 10-inning win over the National League in the 88th MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on Tuesday at Marlins Park.

  • Avi honored to join Latin All-Star history

    The pride was evident in Avisail Garcia's smile. With White Sox great Luis Aparicio unable to attend a pregame ceremony honoring Latin-born Hall of Famers at Tuesday's All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, the cameras found Chicago's current All-Star.

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  • Jansen's 3-K ninth highlights LA's ASG

    For the Dodgers, the spoils of having the Major Leagues' best first-half record were plain to see Tuesday at Marlins Park. Five Dodgers took the field at the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard. A sixth, Clayton Kershaw, watched from the dugout. For a night, the Dodgers swelled the census data of downtown Miami.

  • Cano donates No. 22 All-Star jersey to HOF

    Robinson Cano began his night by catching a first pitch from Juan Marichal, the first Major League Baseball player from the Dominican Republic to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Fittingly, Cano's night ended with an entry of his own into Cooperstown.

  • A year removed from Minors, Knebel enjoys ASG

    Corey Knebel was ready in the bullpen, champing at the bit to get into the National League's 2-1 loss in extras.

  • D-backs' quartet relishes All-Star experience

    Three of Arizona's four National League All-Stars appeared in Tuesday's game, including Zack Greinke, who threw a scoreless sixth inning to preserve what was then a tie game.

  • Photo finish: Cruz, Cano star in AL's victory

    It proved to be an eventful Tuesday night for Nelson Cruz and Robinson Cano in the American League's 2-1 win in 10 innings over the National League in the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard.

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  • For Inciarte, All-Star Game was toast to 1st half

    Ender Inciarte made his All-Star game debut in a familiar position in the sixth inning of 2017 MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard at Marlins Park, taking over in center field for Rockies All-Star Charlie Blackmon. Inciarte went 0-for-2 in a game the National League lost 2-1 to the American League in 10 innings.

  • Harrison's unlikely path leads to 2nd ASG

    Standing just 5 feet 6 and weighing about 155 pounds as his graduation day drew near, Josh Harrison began to think junior college baseball was his best option.

  • Upton singles, makes great catch in ASG

    Justin Upton last played right field four years and two teams ago. And yet, that's where Upton found himself in the 10th inning as he made a sliding catch to rob Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager of a leadoff hit that helped cement the American's League's 2-1 victory over the National League in the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard in Miami on Tuesday night.

  • Dickerson, Archer soak up All-Star experience

    Prior to Tuesday's 88th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, Corey Dickerson said he was not worried about his own performance as long as the American League won and that he took advantage of the experience he was given. With a 2-1 American League victory over the National League in 10 innings and advice from his All-Star teammates, Dickerson's night was a success.

  • Davis sees potential in Cubs' second half

    Cubs closer Wade Davis spent the better part of the past two days answering questions about being the lone player at the 2017 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard from the defending World Series champs despite the fact that he was not even on last year's team.

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  • Historic night for Rockies All-Stars in Miami

    Two of the Rockies' franchise-record four All-Stars made a bit of Midsummer Classic history for Colorado on Tuesday night at Marlins Park. Nolan Arenado became the first player in franchise history to get two hits in an All-Star Game, and Greg Holland set a club record with two strikeouts in his lone inning of work.

  • Schoop doubles, scores AL's first run

    Jonathan Schoop sparked the American League offense in the fifth inning with a two-out double that set him him to score the first run of the 88th All Star Game presented by Mastercard .

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