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Top 10 Moments from the 93rd All-Star Game

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The All-Star Game is always full of memorable moments, and it’s 39 The third edition, held at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, was no exception.

Ellie Jas Diaz hit a pinch two-run homer in his first game, an eighth-inning hit that sent the National League 3-2 comeback win to end American League game Midsummer Classic has won nine consecutive victories.

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. Griffey s and Martinez’s first pitch:

It wouldn’t be an All-Star Game without looking back at the greats of the past. After the roster was introduced, four former Mariners — Edgar Martinez, Ken Griffey Jr., Dan Wilson and Jay Buner — took part in the first game of the ceremony. Martinez, inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, threw his first pitch to Mariners catcher Wilson from -‘. Griffey, one of the true baseball legends, throws 1st pitch to Mariner Buhner from – 1988.

. Yandy starts scoring:

Who better to get his team on the board than a member of the best team in the AL? That’s when the Rays’ Yandy Diaz hit a solo homer off the Buccaneers’ Mitch Keller in the second inning. Seattle native Corbin Carroll played left field with the mic turned on but could only watch Diaz play . leading.

9. All Stars Fight Cancer:

Between the 5th and 6th innings, all-star players, coaches, umpires, fans and broadcasters all stood up and held out The placard bears the name of a loved one battling cancer , to fund the Fight Against Cancer research charity. For more information or to find out how you can help, visit StandUpToCancer.org.

8. Dorval 52. Strikeout at 2 mph:

Camilo Doval A first-time Giants All-Star, the most exciting young reliever in the majors. His energy was on full display in his ASG debut when he pitched a scoreless seventh inning. His signature moment is 94. A 2 mph fastball that produced a strikeout against hometown Mariner Julio Rodriguez. At the end of the seventh inning, Dorval hit the fastest eight balls of the game (all over 52 miles per hour).

7. rock-paper-scissors!

One of the lighter moments in “” All-Star game, a pair of former teammates engaged in a game of rock-paper-scissors on each other’s dugout. The previous night’s HR Derby winner and Blue Jays All-Star Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was in Toronto against D’s All-Star Rep. Vlad Jr. .) former teammate Lourdes Gurriel Jr. It’s unclear who won, but it’s clear that both were enjoying the game during the match.

6. Arez continues to lead

Currently batting. 41, Marlins’ Luis Arraez is chasing the first AL/NL. 400 Season since Ted Williams

. Arras showed off his incredible touch in his second All-Star break, going 2 for 2 from the field. His second hit from the right side scored for JD Martinez to tie the Netherlands at 1-1 in the fourth.

5. Gurriel nearly hit a home run

Shortly after the American League took a 2-1 lead on a Bo Bichette fly ball in the bottom half of the sixth inning, it looked like the NL was up in the top half of the seventh inning with Lourdes Gurier Jr. Gurriel Jr.’s home run tied the game. The home run, which was originally a tie, was ruled a foul during a replay review and was dismissed. It wasn’t all bad for Gurriel, though, who reached first base with a soft infield single in his first ASG plate appearance after the replay ruling.

4. Moment when the microphone is turned on

  • At the end of the first inning, two Dodgers players — Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman — turned on the microphones simultaneously. While discussing the inning’s second hitter Shohei Otani, Betts mentioned not realizing how fast Shohei Ohtani was. Meanwhile, Freeman jokingly criticized Randy Arozarena when he hit a single. Arozarena had just pulled off a brilliant jump catch in the top half of the inning to steal away Freeman. When he got to first base, Freeman told him “You can’t move a hit and get a hit. You have to pick one.”
    Rangers, leading the AL West 11-19 broke the record with six ASG representatives on the national stage. The Rangers were in the spotlight early in the second inning when Nathan Eovaldi held up the mic on the mound. Eovaldi, an All-Star in his first year at Texas, passed the ball to first-time All-Star Jonah Heim. Behind Eowaldi are Corey Seager (shortstop), Marcus Semien (second base), Josh Jung (third base) and Adoris Garcia (right field) . This is since 1994 The Dodgers have six teammates on the field at the same time in an All-Star Game. First by 1994 Yankees.

    Carroll, a native of Seattle, received the loudest applause from non-Marine players before the game. He received even more attention when he was pulled up by the microphone in the first set of the second game. After a quick two-pitch grounder, Carroll held the mic as he made his way to left field. It’s certainly a cool moment for the young D-back star who has taken the big leagues by storm.

    Padres star Juan Soto, a three-time All-Star, enjoys meeting All-Stars from both leagues every time he puts on the Midsummer Classic. But an American League All-Star needs no introduction to Soto. The Padres outfielder said he knew Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. when he turned on the mic in the sixth inning , as they were teenagers in the Dominican Republic. Soto won 1994 T-Mobile home run derby; Guerrero followed suit 2012. “He’s still the same guy — smashing balls everywhere,” Soto said of Guerrero. “His strength is unbelievable.”

      Mike’ Julio Rodriguez said, ready for the eighth 2022 The All-Star celebration was “incredible”. Rodriguez set a single round record 19 hit a home run in front of the home fans in the first round of the T-Mobile home run derby on Monday . Asked about the chances of the Mariners having a strong second half (Seattle is currently 41-14 and in the United States United West ranked third) Rodriguez is optimistic. “We have a lot of baseball games,” he said. “A lot of things can happen. We played very well. I like the opportunity now.”

      3. What a show: AL Outfielder Edition:

      The American League kicked off the game with two good plays deep in the outfield. First, the Rangers’ Adolis García battled the Shadows in right field and robbed the Braves’ Ronald Acuña Jr. of an extra base on the wall. bit. The next hitter, Freddie Freeman, hit the ball deep left, only to have the Rays’ Randy Arozarena jump over the fence. In the fourth, Garcia pulled off a surprisingly similar catch on the wall, stealing a hit from Sean Murphy while battling the Suns.

      2. The League of Nations has fallen sharply:

      It’s not easy, but the League of Nations locked in since

      First All-Star Game win since United won nine consecutive victories. Phillies closer Craig Kimbrel struck out the Guardians’ José Ramírez with runs first and second to close out the game and seal the win 3-2. AL still leads the all-time series, 32-44-2.


      1. Lead HR for Elias Díaz:

      Díaz, 18-Sui Luo Catcher, catcher, puts a 2-2 drive by Orioles closer Félix Bautista into left field for the Phillies
      Nick Castellanos erased a 2-1 deficit by hitting second base after a starting walk and a wild pitch.

      This is 8th or later HR go-ahead in ASG history as Jean Segura and Alex Bregman ( Alex Bregman) are in’04 All-Star Game. Even more impressive: Diaz is the first person since Hank Blalock to appear in the ” hit a home run in the eighth inning or later of the ASG game.

      Diaz won by Chevrolet presents Ted Williams with the MVP Award, the first Rockies player to receive the honor.




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