In A Game Of Young Stars, Old Hand Cano Wins It

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 14, 2017

And they say baseball is dying.

Each year, Chevrolet gives the victor of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game a new vehicle and for the 2017 All-Star Game, it was Seattle Mariners' second basement Robinson Cano.

Robinson Cano was a late addition to the American League All-Star team, and he made a late contribution to a 2-1 win over the National League in Miami on Tuesday. Davis, who has allowed a total of one homer in 76 appearances the past two years, got beat on a low breaking ball.

Sale, who was traded in December to the Red Sox for top prospects, is 11-4 with a 2.75 ERA and a major league-leading 178 strikeouts in 127 2/3 innings and 18 starts this season.

Nelson Cruz stopped the came to take a pic with umpire Joe West.

Prior to the game, it seemed Harper would honor the city of Miami in a different way with his shoe style.

CATCHERS: Buster Posey, Giants (starter); Yadier Molina, Cardinals.

The first NL reliever, Pat Neshek of the Philadelphia Phillies, pitched a scoreless second inning, but he got help. The 34-year-old Molina became the oldest player to home in an All-Star Game since Barry Bonds in 2002. You have the Futures Game, the Home Run Derby, Workout Day and, evidently, the parade. PITCHERS: Chris Sale, Red Sox; Ervin Santana, Twins; Jason Vargas, Royals; Corey Kluber, Indians; Andrew Miller, Indians; Craig Kimbrel, Red Sox; Dallas Keuchel, Astros; Luis Severino, Yankees; Yu Darvish, Rangers; Michael Fulmer, Tigers; Lance McCullers Jr., Astros; Dellin Betances, Yankees.

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