Major League Baseball All-Star Game

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In Major League Baseball, the All-Star Game is the game between the best players from the American League (AL) and the National League (NL). The game is held in July of each season. From 2003 to 2016, The winner of the game got home field advantage in the World Series. Prior to that, home field advantage alternated every year between the two leagues. Starting in 2017, the pennant winner with the better regular season record now gets home field advantage in the World Series. The National League and the American League have both won the All-Star game forty-three times . There have been two ties.

Recent results[change | change source]

Year Winner Score
2003 AL 7-6
2004 AL 9-4
2005 AL 7-5
2006 AL 3-2
2007 AL 5-4
2008 AL 4-3 (15 INN)
2009 AL 4-3
2010 NL 3-1
2011 NL 5-1
2012 NL 8-0
2013 AL 3-0
2014 AL 5-3
2015 AL 6-3
2016 AL 4-2
2017 AL 2-1 (10 INN)