Tampa Bay's All-Stars Give AL Short-Lived Lead

LHP David Price started for the AL All-Stars on Tuesday night, throwing two scoreless innings. Evan Longoria went 1-for-1 with a double, a walk, and scored a run.

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National League Wins 3-1

The National League wins the 2010 All Star Game, giving the NL champs home field advantage in the World Series.

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Soriano Shuts Down The NL In The 8th

Rafael Soriano came on in the 8th, allowed no baserunners with a 1-2-3 inning, getting all three to fly out.

NL up 3-1.

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Longoria Walks, Scores For American League

Batting first in the bottom of the 5th, Evan Longoria draws a walk.

Minnesota’s Joe Mauer taps a grounder to Dodgers pitcher Hong-Chih Kuo, who throws it up the first base line, making it men on second and third with nobody out.

The Yankees’ Robinson Cano hits a deep fly ball to center, allowing Longoria to tag up and score.

Carl Crawford reached on a fielder's choice (Mauer was tagged out), and stole second base, where he was stranded.

At the end of the inning, the American League is up 1-0.

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Price Throws Two Scoreless Innings

David Price: Two innings pitched, 1 hit, 1 strikeout, no walks, no runs.

He was replaced in the third inning.

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David Price Will Start For American League All-Stars

LHP David Price will start for the AL All-Stars on Tuesday night. Evan Longoria will bat 6th and play 3rd base, Carl Crawford will hit 9th and play left.

Marc Topkin has the entire AL lineup.

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