129,849: T-Mobile All-Star FanFest's attendance, second best in the event's 22-year history and nine percent higher than last year in Kansas City.
40: Percent increase year-over-year in MLB.com Shop All-Star merchandise sales. Overall MLB All-Star merchandise sales exceeded every other year in history with the exception of 2008. All-Star figurine collectibles (Apples) were up 618 percent from last year at the Shop.
27,924.71: Total dollars bid through Thursday at the All-Star Week Live Auction, including 206 total bids. Items range from $75 to $7,500 -- including a ball Cespedes crushed in winning the Chevrolet Home Run Derby -- and listings close starting Sunday to July 28. The All-Star Game Autographed Jersey Auction will continue at the conclusion of the Live Auctions.
495,857: Number of minutes fans logged on the Home Run Derby mobile game during the actual Chevrolet Home Run Derby broadcast Monday night.
45,186: The largest crowd in Citi Field history for the All-Star Game. The three days of ballpark events saw a total attendance of 127,919, the best three-day attendance for the stadium, which opened in 2009.
44: Percent advantage FOX had over the nearest competitor during its telecast of the All-Star Game, which increased in both TV rating and viewership. It was FOX's highest-rated and most-watched broadcast since the American Idol finale in May.
27.9 million: The All-Star Game's total audience, the best number since 2010. Total audience represents the number of people who watched six or more minutes of the broadcast.
1: Number of balls American League winning pitcher Chris Sale from the White Sox allowed to leave the infield during his two perfect innings.
20.3: Detroit's rating for the All-Star Game, that market's highest rating for the Midsummer Classic since 2005. They had a special interest: starting pitcher, manager, Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder both with extra-base hits, and most importantly, knowing this fall could be home-field advantage for another Motown World Series.
463 million: Votes cast online during the three phases of balloting -- All-Star Game Online Ballot sponsored by freecreditscore.com; All-Star Game Final Vote sponsored by freecreditscore.com; and the Ted Williams All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet via the All-Star Game MVP Vote sponsored by T-Mobile.
851,192: Social media comments for the All-Star Game. Those came from 477,795 unique users. Both are All-Star Game records.
868,878: Social media comments for the Chevrolet Home Run Derby. Those came from 496,458 unique users. Both are Derby records.
35: Number of All-Stars who engaged with fans on social media during the All-Star Game and Chevrolet Home Run Derby.
0: Number of breaths the average Yankees fan took in the minute immediately following Matt Harvey's plunking of Robinson Cano. Also the number of National League runs.
6.5 million: Dollars committed by MLB for national and local charities. That includes $1.25 million for Superstorm Sandy Relief, generated by the two Saturday events: the All-Star 5K & Fun Run presented by Nike, and the All-Star Charity Concert featuring the New York Philharmonic and Mariah Carey in Central Park. It also includes $529,000 from the Chevrolet Home Run Derby.
1,515,813: Number of Twitter votes in final stage of the All-Star Game Final Vote sponsored by freecreditscore.com. That was 145 percent more than the previous year.
5: Number of the dozen-plus MLB sponsors who activated heavily around All-Star Week, leveraging the national telecasts to debut new advertising launching a new product, service, initiative or new baseball-themed creative. These included Chevrolet, T-Mobile, MasterCard, Anheuser-Busch and Pepsi.
3: Number of NL hits. Also the number of Aroldis Chapman's 13 pitches that were clocked in triple digits during the top of the seventh. That included his final two 101-mph fastballs to set down Adam Jones.
3,500: Credentials distributed to media for the All-Star Game from 16 countries, nearly double the number distributed last year (more than 2,000).
18:02: Vivien Wadeck's net time (5:49 pace) in winning the All-Star 5K female title for the third time in as many tries (also 2009 in St. Louis and '10 in Anaheim).
18: Record number of international broadcasters that sent crews to report on-site at the All-Star Game, nearly double the number from last year (10).
Infinity times Infinity: Number of laughs, guffaws and chortles throughout the annual Taco Bell Legends & Celebrities Softball Game on Sunday. Also the number of references by fans since Tuesday to the new history index term "Mo-ment."