History: 2006 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Michael Young delivers go-ahead two-run triple off Trevor Hoffman with two outs in ninth.

MVP Michael Young (TEX)
Derby Winner Ryan Howard (PHI)
Top Vote Getter Albert Pujols - 3,418,555
Stadium PNC Park
AL Starter Kenny Rogers
AL Manager Ozzie Guillen
NL Starter Brad Penny
NL Manager Phil Garner
In 2006, the National League looked poised to win its first All-Star Game since 1996, but Michael Young had other plans. With the AL trailing, 2-1, and down to its final out, Young connected for a two-run, go-ahead triple on an 0-2 pitch in the top of the ninth inning. That proved to be the difference, as Mariano Rivera then locked down the save in the bottom half for a second consecutive year.
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