All-Star Game, inning-by-inning

  • Updated: July 16, 2014 - 5:12 AM

The AL jumped ahead right away, then reclaimed the lead after the NL tied it up.

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Derek Jeter got the American League off and running in his final All-Star Game with a leadoff double, which was followed by a triple and a home run.

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A voice from the past beckons

“Now batting for the American League from the New York Yankees, the shortstop No. 2, Derek Je-ter. No. 2.” Jeter approached the plate to lead off for the AL. Adam Wainwright stepped off the mound while legendary Yankees public announcer Bob Sheppard’s voice echoed over a standing ovation. He doubled on a rope to right field, starting a three-run inning. AL 3, NL 0

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So much for the three-run lead

Boos rained on Red Sox lefthander Jon Lester from the pro-American League crowd as an RBI double from Milwaukee’s Jonathan Lucroy sailed over Mike Trout’s head in left field. It was the second run Lester gave up in his inning of work, making a dent in the AL early lead. AL 3, NL 2

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Wink at this, Cano

Robinson Cano gave Alfredo Simon a wink before the Seattle star settled in for the second at-bat. Four pitches later, Cincinnati’s Simon threw him an 86-mile-per-hour splitter that Cano struck out swinging. Simon plowed through Trout, Cano and Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera to strand Jeter at second before he left the game the next half-inning. AL 3, NL 2

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Atlanta - WP: E. Stults 4 FINAL
Detroit - LP: J. Chamberlain 2
Washington - LP: X. Cedeno 2 FINAL
St. Louis - WP: M. Wacha 6
Philadelphia 4 FINAL
Pittsburgh 18
Baltimore 6 FINAL
Tampa Bay 6
Miami - LP: D. Haren 1 FINAL
NY Mets - WP: R. Montero 7
San Diego 6 FINAL
Cincinnati 3
San Francisco 5 FINAL
Chicago Cubs 8
Colorado 2 FINAL
Oakland 11
LA Angels - LP: N. Tropeano 3 FINAL
Seattle - WP: T. Walker 5
Cleveland 4 FINAL
Chicago WSox 1
Kansas City 11 FINAL
Texas 7
Los Angeles 4 FINAL
Arizona 2
Toronto 7 FINAL
Houston 4
Minnesota - LP: C. Johnson 2 FINAL
Boston - WP: J. Masterson 14
Boston 116 FINAL
Charlotte 104
LA Lakers 113 FINAL
Philadelphia 111
Houston 96 FINAL
Toronto 99
Milwaukee 88 FINAL
Atlanta 101
Sacramento 83 FINAL
Memphis 97
Utah 104 FINAL
Minnesota 84
Phoenix 86 FINAL
Portland 109
Tampa Bay 5 FINAL
Montreal 3
Vancouver 4 FINAL
St. Louis 1
Calgary 5 FINAL
Dallas 3
Los Angeles 1 FINAL
Chicago 4
Edmonton 4 FINAL
Colorado 1
Buffalo 4 FINAL
Arizona 1
ULM 58 FINAL
Loyola-Chicago 65
Dayton 70 FINAL
(1) Connecticut 91
(6) Tennessee 48 FINAL
(4) Maryland 58
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