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Mets (37-45) 3 AT Phillies (43-38) 6 – The scoring didn’t start until the 6th when Bryce Harper homered, but Todd Frazier homered, and the Mets answered with 3 runs in the 9th. The Phillies rallied for 5 runs in the 9th for the win. Maikel Franco went deep to tie it and Jean Segura hit a 3-run shot to walk it off. Aaron Nola struck out 10 hitters over 7 scoreless innings for the Phillies who won their 4th straight game at the expense of the Mets who dropped their 5th straight.
Rangers (45-36) 3 AT Tigers (26-50) 1 – Joey Gallo hit his 18th and 19th homers of the year to lead the Rangers to the win. Ariel Jurado shut out the Tigers over 7 innings. The Rangers won their 5th consecutive victory and handed the Tigers their 7th loss in a row. Hunter Pence was voted in as the starting DH for the AL All-Stars.
Rays (46-35) 5 AT Twins (52-28) 2 F/18 – Luis Arraez singled home a run as the Twins scored 2 in the 1st, but the Rays quickly answered with 2 runs in the 2nd. The next run didn’t come until 16 innings later. The Rays scored 3 runs in the top of the 18th to take a wild extra inning win. The Twins got a good start from Martin Perez who threw 7 innings of 2 run ball and was backed by a Bullpen that gave up 3 runs over 11 innings. The Rays used 8 Relievers after the Opener to hold the Twins scoreless over 16 innings. The Rays used 9 pitchers to strike out 22 hitters. Jorge Polanco was voted in as the starting SS for the AL All-Stars.
Pirates (38-41) 10 AT Astros (50-32) 0 – Kevin Newman and Corey Dickerson hit the first of 5 homers on the night. The Pirates scored 4 runs in the 1st and 2 in the 3rd and 8th. They scored 10 runs on 14 hits in the win. Joe Musgrove shut out the Astros for 6 innings as the Pirates smashed the Astros for the second night in a row. Alex Bregman was voted in as the starting 3B and will be joined by starting Outfielders George Springer and Michael Brantley for the AL All-Stars.
Mariners (37-48) 2 AT Brewers (43-38) 4 – Orlando Arcia went deep to cap off a 4-run 4th inning. Chase Anderson gave up 1 run over 5.1 innings to earn the win for the Brewers. Christian Yelich, Ryan Braun, and Eric Thames each had multi-hit games. Christian Yelich was voted in as a starting Outfielder for the NL All-Stars.
Braves (48-34) 7 AT Cubs (44-37) 9 – Kyle Schwarber led off the bottom of the 1st with a home run, but the Braves scored the next 6 runs. The Cubs scored 3 in the 4th and 4 in the 5th to secure the win. Jason Heyward had 2 hits and drove in 3 runs to lead the Cubs who scored 9 runs on 10 hits. Freddie Freeman and Ronald Acuna Jr. were voted in as starting 1B and OF for the NL All-Stars. Willson Contreras and Javier Baez were voted in as starting C and SS for the NL All-Stars.
Nationals (40-40) 8 AT Marlins (30-49) 5 – Miguel Rojas doubled home 2 runs to give the Marlins the lead, but the Nationals would come back to sweep the Marlins. Matt Adams and Victor Robles went deep during the Nats 5-run 6th. Rojas went 4-5 with 2 RBI in the loss.
Dodgers (56-27) 12 AT Rockies (42-39) 8 – Cody Bellinger hit his 27th bomb and Max Muncy hit 2 as the Dodgers offense went off. The Dodgers hit 6 home runs and scored 12 runs on 17 hits. Chris Taylor had 4 hits and Muncy had 3 while driving in 3 in the win. Nolan Arenado was voted in as the starting 3B for the NL All-Stars. Cody Bellinger was voted in as a starting OF for the NL All-Stars.
Diamondbacks (42-41) 5 AT Giants (34-46) 1 – Alex Young had a major league debut to remember. He gave up 1 run on 3 hits over 5 innings to pick up the win. The Bullpen backed him up with 4 no-hit innings of relief. Nick Ahmed and Carson Kelly went deep to lead the D-backs over the Giants. Ketel Marte was voted in as the starting 2B for the NL All-Stars.
Athletics (43-39) 3 AT Angels (42-40) 8 – Kole Calhoun and Shohei Ohtani went deep as the Angels scored 7 runs over the 2nd and 3rd innings. Everyone in the Lineup picked up a hit for the Angels who ended up with 12. Griffin Canning was the winning pitcher after throwing 6 innings of 2-run ball as the Angels won their 4th straight game. Mike Trout was voted in as a starting OF for the AL All-Stars and finished with the most votes.