2014 All-Star Game
Donaldson shines at the 'hot corner'
Josh Donaldson started at third base for the American League in the 85th MLB All-Star Game. He finished the game going 0-2, but made several defensive plays to help the AL win the game.
Norris scores on Trout's double
Derek Norris singled off former Athletics pitcher Pat Neshek in the bottom of the fifth inning. He eventually scored and gave the AL a 4-3 lead when Mike Trout hit a ball past Aramis Ramirez that was called fair.
Kazmir plays catch with Norris
Scott Kazmir took the mound in the top of the sixth inning. He retired Giancarlo Stanton with a slider, but Ramirez doubled off the lefthander on a ground ball. Kazmir got Dee Gordon to ground out before being taken out of the game.
Cespedes and Moss patrol the outfield
Yoenis Cespedes and Brandon Moss were defensive subtitutions. They both entered the game in the top of the sixth inning. Cespedes and Moss went hitless in the mid-summer classic, but did secure the win for the AL.
Pence goes hitless
Hunter Pence was the only member of the San Francisco Giants who appeared in the game. He played for Yasiel Puig out in right field in the bottom of the sixth inning. Pence went 0-1 in the game with a groundout to Adrian Beltre.
Doolittle shuts down the NL
Sean Doolittle replaced Greg Holland and pitched in the top of the eighth inning. He gave up a hit to Freddie Freeman, after striking out Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo.
AL beats NL 5-3, wins second straight ASG
The American League defeated the National League 5-3, and will have home-field advantage in the World Series.