NEW YORK, New York (www.incnow.tv) - No fewer than ten American League pitchers combined on a three hit shutout as the senior circuit scored a 3-0 win over the National League at the MLB All Star Game Tuesday night.
A sacrifice fly by Toronto's Jose Bautista, a fielder's choice, and an RBI double by Baltimore's Jason Kipnis accounted for the American League scoring.
The Yankees' Mariano Rivera, playing in his last All Star Game, pitched a perfect eighth inning and was chosen the game's most valuable player, receiving long ovations both when he entered the game and when he left.
Former Fort Wayne Wizard Steve Delabar, now of Toronto, entered the game in the seventh inning and fanned the only batter he faced to end that inning.
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