The MLB All-Star Game already has its winner. This is the American League team that beat the National League ninth 2-3 at Dodger Stadium.
Giancarlo Stanton and Byron Buxton were the stars of the match for the winning team while Paul Goldschmidt stood out for the other team .
The National League struck first in the match. Mookie Betts would be in charge of putting the first run of the game with a single shot that allowed the score of the Venezuelan Ronald Acuña Jr.
Then, Goldschmidt was responsible for adding to the score with a home run that went between center and left field.
In the fourth inning, the American League rallied. First it was Stanton who made it 2-2 with a 457-foot home run that allowed him and José Ramírez to run.
Finally, Byron Buxton hit a 425-foot homer that sealed the win for the American League as the game went scoreless for the next five innings.
In this way, the American League maintains its streak in All-Star Games and they have already added their ninth consecutive game without losing. The last victory of the National League remains the one obtained on July 10, 2012 at Kauffman Stadium.