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Major League Baseball All-Star Game Results

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Scores and sites for all Major League Baseball All-Star Games in history:

2013: American 3, National 0 (Citi Field, New York)

2012: National 8, American 0 (Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.)

2011: National 5, American 1 (Chase Field, Phoenix)

2010: National 3, American 1 (Angel Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.)

2009: American 4, National 3 (Busch Stadium, St. Louis)

2008: American 4, National 3, 15 innings (Yankee Stadium, New York)

2007: American 5, National 4 (AT&T Park, San Francisco)

2006: American 3, National 2 (PNC Park, Pittsburgh)

2005: American 7, National 5 (Comerica Park, Detroit)

2004: American 9, National 4 (Minute Maid Park, Houston)

2003: American 7, National 6 (U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago)

2002: Tied 7-7, 11 innings (Miller Park, Milwaukee)

2001: American 4, National 1 (Safeco Field, Seattle)

2000: American 6, National 3 (Turner Field, Atlanta)

1999: American 4, National 1 (Fenway Park, Boston)

1998: American 13, National 8 (Coors Field, Denver)

1997: American 3, National 1 (Jacobs Field, Cleveland)

1996: National 6, American 0 (Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia)

1995: National 3, American 2 (The Ballpark at Arlington, Arlington, Texas)

1994: National 8, American 7, 10 inn. (Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh)

1993: American 9, National 3 (Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore)

1992: American 13, National 6 (Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego)

1991: American 4, National 2 (SkyDome, Toronto)

1990: American 2, National 0 (Wrigley Field, Chicago)

1989: American 5, National 3 (Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.)

1988: American 2, National 1 (Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati)

1987: National 2, American 0, 13 innings (Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland)

1986: American 3, National 2 (Astrodome, Houston)

1985: National 6, American 1 (Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis)

1984: National 3, American 1 (Candlestick Park, San Francisco)

1983: American 13, National 3 (Comiskey Park, Chicago)

1982: National 4, American 1 (Olympic Stadium, Montreal)

1981: National 5, American 4 (Municipal Stadium, Cleveland)

1980: National 4, American 2 (Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles)

1979: National 7, American 6 (Kingdome, Seattle)

1978: National 7, American 3 (San Diego Stadium, San Diego)

1977: National 7, American 5 (Yankee Stadium, New York)

1976: National 7, American 1 (Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia)

1975: National 6, American 3 (County Stadium, Milwaukee)

1974: National 7, American 2 (Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh)

1973: National 7, American 1 (Royals Stadium, Kansas City)

1972: National 4, American 3, 10 innings (Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta)

1971: American 6, National 4 (Tiger Stadium, Detroit)

1970: National 5, American 4, 12 innings (Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati)

1969: National 9, American 3 (RFK Stadium, Washington)

1968: National 1, American 0 (Astrodome, Houston)

1967: National 2, American 1, 15 innings (Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.)

1966: National 2, American 1, 10 innings (Busch Stadium, St. Louis)

1965: National 6, American 5 (Metropolitan Stadium, Minnesota)

1964: National 7, American 4 (Shea Stadium, New York)

1963: National 5, American 3 (Municipal Stadium, Cleveland)

1962 (July 10): National 3, American 1 (D.C. Stadium, Washington)

1962 (July 30): American 9, National 4 (Wrigley Field, Chicago)

1961 (July 11): National 5, American 4, 10 innings (Candlestick Park, San Francisco)

1961 (July 31): National 1, American 1, 9 innings, rain (Fenway Park, Boston)

1960 (July 11): National 5, American 3 (Municipal Stadium, Kansas City)

1960 (July 13): National 6, American 0 (Yankee Stadium, New York)

1959 (July 7): National 5, American 4 (Forbes Field, Pittsburgh)

1959 (Aug. 3): American 5, National 3 (Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles)

1958: American 4, National 3 (Memorial Stadium, Baltimore)

1957: American 6, National 5 (Sportsman's Park, St. Louis)

1956: National 7, American 3 (Griffith Stadium, Washington)

1955: National 6, American 5, 12 innings (County Stadium, Milwaukee)

1954: American 11, National 9 (Municipal Stadium, Cleveland)

1953: National 5, American 1 (Crosley Field, Cincinnati)

1952: National 3, American 2, 5 innings, rain (Shibe Park, Philadelphia)

1951: National 8, American 3 (Briggs Stadium, Detroit)

1950: National 4, American 3, 14 innings (Comiskey Park, Chicago)

1949: American 11, National 7 (Ebbets Field, Brooklyn)

1948: American 5, National 2 (Sportsman's Park, St. Louis)

1947: American 2, National 1 (Wrigley Field, Chicago)

1946: American 12, National 0 (Fenway Park, Boston)

1945: No game,World War II

1944: National 7, American 1 (Forbes Field, Pittsburgh)

1943: American 5, National 3 (Shibe Park, Philadelphia)

1942: American 3, National 1 (Polo Grounds, New York)

1941: American 7, National 5 (Briggs Stadium, Detroit)

1940: National 4, American 0 (Sportsman's Park, St. Louis)

1939: American 3, National 1 (Yankee Stadium, New York)

1938: National 4, American 1 (Crosley Field, Cincinnati)

1937: American 8, National 3 (Griffith Stadium, Washington)

1936: National 4, American 3 (Braves Field, Boston)

1935: American 4, National 1 (Municipal Stadium Cleveland)

1934: American 9, National 7 (Polo Grounds, New York)

1933: American 4, National 2 (Comiskey Park, Chicago)

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