History: 2004 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Alfonso Soriano's three-run blast cements AL's victory.

MVP Alfonso Soriano (TEX)
Derby Winner Miguel Tejada (BAL)
Top Vote Getter Alfonso Soriano - 3,466,447
Stadium Minute Maid Park
AL Starter Mark Mulder
AL Manager Joe Torre
NL Starter Roger Clemens
NL Manager Jack McKeon
The American League stormed out of the gates in the 2004 All-Star Game, scoring six first-inning runs and never looking back. The AL plated all six runs against NL starter Roger Clemens, led by home runs from Manny Ramirez and the game's MVP, Alfonso Soriano. The 9-4 victory extended the AL's unbeaten streak to eight straight All-Star Games.
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