MLB All Star Game 2018

2018 MLB All-Star Game

MLB All Star Game 2018

Teams
  • National League
  • American League
Date July 17, 2018
Venue Nationals Park
City Washington, DC
Managers
  • Dave Roberts (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • A.J. Hinch (Houston Astros)
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Chris Myers
Radio ESPN Radio
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton

2017 MLB All-Star Game

Mlb All Star Game 2017

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
American League 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 10 0
National League 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 0
Date July 11, 2017
Venue Marlins Park
City Miami, Florida
Managers
  • Brad Mills (CLE)
  • Joe Maddon (CHC)
MVP Robinson Canó (SEA)
Attendance 37,188
First pitch Roberto Alomar, Rod Carew, Orlando Cepeda, Pedro Martínez, Tony Pérez, Iván Rodríguez
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton

Game summary

Starting lineup

American
Order Player Team Position
1 José Altuve Astros 2B
2 José Ramírez Indians 3B
3 Aaron Judge Yankees RF
4 George Springer Astros LF
5 Carlos Correa Astros SS
6 Justin Smoak Blue Jays 1B
7 Corey Dickerson Rays DH
8 Salvador Pérez Royals C
9 Mookie Betts Red Sox CF
Chris Sale Red Sox P
National
Order Player Team Position
1 Charlie Blackmon Rockies CF
2 Giancarlo Stanton Marlins DH
3 Bryce Harper Nationals RF
4 Buster Posey Giants C
5 Daniel Murphy Nationals 2B
6 Nolan Arenado Rockies 3B
7 Ryan Zimmerman Nationals 1B
8 Marcell Ozuna Marlins LF
9 Zack Cozart Reds SS
Max Scherzer Nationals P

Line score

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
American League 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 10 0
National League 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 0
Starting pitchers:
AL: Chris Sale
NL: Max Scherzer
WP: Craig Kimbrel (1–0) LP: Wade Davis (0–1) Sv: Andrew Miller (1)
Home runs:
AL: Robinson Canó (1)
NL: Yadier Molina (1)

Umpires: Home Plate – Joe West (crew chief); First Base – Angel Hernandez; Second Base – Mark Carlson; Third Base – Chris Conroy; Left Field – Manny Gonzalez; Right Field – Mike Estabrook; Replay Official – Doug Eddings
Weather: 73 °F (23 °C), roof closed.
First pitch: 8:22pm EDT
Time of Game: 3:16
Attendance: 37,188

2016 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National League 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 1
American League 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 X 4 8 1
Date July 12, 2016
Venue Petco Park
City San Diego, California
Managers
  • Terry Collins (NYM)
  • Ned Yost (KC)
MVP Eric Hosmer (KC)
Attendance 42,386
First pitch Randy Jones
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National League 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 1
American League 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 X 4 8 1
Starting pitchers:
NL: Johnny Cueto
AL: Chris Sale
WP: Corey Kluber (1–0)   LP: Johnny Cueto (0–1)   Sv: Zach Britton (1)
Home runs:
NL: Kris Bryant (1)
AL: Eric Hosmer, Salvador Pérez (1)

Umpires: Home Plate – Mike Winters; First Base – Kerwin Danley; Second Base – Marty Foster; Third Base – Bill Welke; Left Field – Adrian Johnson; Right Field – Dan Bellino; Replay Official – Sam Holbrook
Weather: Temperature: 72 °F (22 °C), clear; Wind: 9 mph from left to right
Time of Game: 3:05
Attendance: 42,386

MLB All-Star Games Winners from 1933 to Present

Date Winning League (All-Time Record) Score Venue
July 6, 1933 American (1-0-0 AL) 4–2 Comiskey Park
July 10, 1934 American (2-0-0 AL) 9–7 Polo Grounds
July 8, 1935 American (3-0-0 AL) 4–1 Cleveland Stadium
July 7, 1936 National (3-1-0 AL) 4–3 National League Park
July 7, 1937 American (4-1-0 AL) 8–3 Griffith Stadium
July 6, 1938 National (4-2-0 AL) 4–1 Crosley Field
July 11, 1939 American (5-2-0 AL) 3–1 Yankee Stadium
July 9, 1940 National (5-3-0 AL) 4–0 Sportsman’s Park
July 8, 1941 American (6-3-0 AL) 7–5 Briggs Stadium
July 6, 1942 American (7-3-0 AL) 3–1 Polo Grounds
July 13, 1943 American (8-3-0 AL) 5–3 Shibe Park
July 11, 1944 National (8-4-0 AL) 7–1 Forbes Field
July 9, 1946 American (9-4-0 AL) 12–0 Fenway Park
July 8, 1947 American (10-4-0 AL) 2–1 Wrigley Field
July 13, 1948 American (11-4-0 AL) 5–2 Sportsman’s Park
July 12, 1949 American (12-4-0 AL) 11–7 Ebbets Field
July 11, 1950 National (12-5-0 AL) 4–3 (14 inn.) Comiskey Park
July 10, 1951 National (12-6-0 AL) 8–3 Briggs Stadium
July 8, 1952 National (12-7-0 AL) 3–2 (5 inn., rain) Shibe Park
July 14, 1953 National (12-8-0 AL) 5–1 Crosley Field
July 13, 1954 American (13-8-0 AL) 11–9 Cleveland Stadium
July 12, 1955 National (13-9-0 AL) 6–5 (12 inn.) County Stadium
July 10, 1956 National (13-10-0 AL) 7–3 Griffith Stadium
July 9, 1957 American (14-10-0 AL) 6–5 Busch Stadium
July 8, 1958 American (15-10-0 AL) 4–3 Memorial Stadium
July 7, 1959 National (15-11-0 AL) 5–4 Forbes Field
August 3, 1959 American (16-11-0 AL) 5–3 Memorial Coliseum
July 11, 1960 National (16-12-0 AL) 5–3 Municipal Stadium
July 13, 1960 National (16-13-0 AL) 6–0 Yankee Stadium
July 11, 1961 National (16-14-0 AL) 5–4 (10 inn.) Candlestick Park
July 31, 1961 TIE (16-14-1 AL) 1–1 Fenway Park
July 10, 1962 National (16-15-1 AL) 3–1 D.C. Stadium
July 30, 1962 American (17-15-1 AL) 9–4 Wrigley Field
July 9, 1963 National (17-16-1 AL) 5–3 Cleveland Stadium
July 7, 1964 National (17-17-1) 7–4 Shea Stadium
July 13, 1965 National (18-17-1 NL) 6–5 Metropolitan Stadium
July 12, 1966 National (19-17-1 NL) 2–1 (10 inn.) Busch Memorial Stadium
July 11, 1967 National (20-17-1 NL) 2–1 (15 inn.) Anaheim Stadium
July 9, 1968 National (21-17-1 NL) 1–0 Astrodome
July 23, 1969 National (22-17-1 NL) 9–3 RFK Stadium
July 14, 1970 National (23-17-1 NL) 5–4 (12 inn.) Riverfront Stadium
July 13, 1971 American (23-18-1 NL) 6–4 Tiger Stadium
July 25, 1972 National (24-18-1 NL) 4–3 Atlanta Stadium
July 24, 1973 National (25-18-1 NL) 7–1 Royals Stadium
July 23, 1974 National (26-18-1 NL) 7–2 Three Rivers Stadium
July 15, 1975 National (27-18-1 NL) 6–3 County Stadium
July 13, 1976 National (28-18-1 NL) 7–1 Veterans Stadium
July 19, 1977 National (29-18-1 NL) 7–5 Yankee Stadium
July 11, 1978 National (30-18-1 NL) 7–3 San Diego Stadium
July 17, 1979 National (31-18-1 NL) 7–6 Kingdome
July 8, 1980 National (32-18-1 NL) 4–2 Dodger Stadium
August 9, 1981 National (33-18-1 NL) 5–4 Cleveland Stadium
July 13, 1982 National (34-18-1 NL) 4–1 Olympic Stadium
July 6, 1983 American (34-19-1 NL) 13–3 Comiskey Park
July 10, 1984 National (35-19-1 NL) 3–1 Candlestick Park
July 16, 1985 National (36-19-1 NL) 6–1 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
July 15, 1986 American (36-20-1 NL) 3–2 Astrodome
July 14, 1987 National (37-20-1 NL) 2–0 (13 inn.) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
July 12, 1988 American (37-21-1 NL) 2–1 Riverfront Stadium
July 11, 1989 American (37-22-1 NL) 5–3 Anaheim Stadium
July 10, 1990 American (37-23-1 NL) 2–0 Wrigley Field
July 9, 1991 American (37-24-1 NL) 4–2 SkyDome
July 14, 1992 American (37-25-1 NL) 13–6 Jack Murphy Stadium
July 13, 1993 American (37-26-1 NL) 9–3 Oriole Park at Camden Yards
July 12, 1994 National (38-26-1 NL) 8–7 (10 inn.) Three Rivers Stadium
July 11, 1995 National (39-26-1 NL) 3–2 The Ballpark in Arlington
July 9, 1996 National (40-26-1 NL) 6–0 Veterans Stadium
July 8, 1997 American (40-27-1 NL) 3–1 Jacobs Field
July 7, 1998 American (40-28-1 NL) 13–8 Coors Field
July 13, 1999 American (40-29-1 NL) 4–1 Fenway Park
July 11, 2000 American (40-30-1 NL) 6–3 Turner Field
July 10, 2001 American (40-31-1 NL) 4–1 Safeco Field
July 9, 2002 TIE (40-31-2 NL) 7–7 (11 inn.) Miller Park
July 15, 2003 American (40-32-2 NL) 7–6 U.S. Cellular Field
July 13, 2004 American (40-33-2 NL) 9–4 Minute Maid Park
July 12, 2005 American (40-34-2 NL) 7–5 Comerica Park
July 11, 2006 American (40-35-2 NL) 3–2 PNC Park
July 10, 2007 American (40-36-2 NL) 5–4 AT&T Park
July 15, 2008 American (40-37-2 NL) 4–3 (15 inn.) Yankee Stadium
July 14, 2009 American (40-38-2 NL) 4–3 Busch Stadium
July 13, 2010 National (41-38-2 NL) 3–1 Angel Stadium of Anaheim
July 12, 2011 National (42-38-2 NL) 5–1 Chase Field
July 10, 2012 National (43-38-2 NL) 8–0 Kauffman Stadium
July 16, 2013 American (43-39-2 NL) 3–0 Citi Field
July 15, 2014 American (43-40-2 NL) 5–3 Target Field
July 14, 2015 American (43-41-2 NL) 6–3 Great American Ball Park
July 12, 2016 American
(43-42-2 NL)
4-2 Petco Park

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