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MLB All-Star Game Results
YearWinner, ScoreSite, Host TeamAttendance
2013 Citi Field, New York
2012 National 8, American 0 Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City 40,933
2011 National 5, American 1 Chase Field, Phoenix 47,994
2010 National 3, American 1 Angel Stadium, Anaheim 45,408
2009 American 4, National 3 Busch Stadium, St. Louis 46,760
2008 American 4, National 3 * Yankee Stadium, New York 55,632
2007 American 5, National 4 AT&T Park, San Francisco 43,965
2006 American 3, National 2 PNC Park, Pittsburgh 38,904
2005 American 7, National 5 Comerica Park, Detroit 41,617
2004 American 9, National 4 Minute Maid Park, Houston 41,886
2003 American 7, National 6 US Cellular Field, Chicago 47,609
2002 American 7, National 7 * Miller Park, Milwaukee 41,871
2001 American 4, National 1 Safeco Field, Seattle 47,364
2000 American 6, National 3 Turner Field, Atlanta 51,323
1999 American 4, National 1 Fenway Park, Boston 34,187
1998 American 13, National 8 Coors Field, Colorado 51,267
1997 American 3, National 1 Jacobs Field, Cleveland 44,916
1996 National 6, American 0 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia 62,670
1995 National 3, American 2 Ballpark at Arlington, Texas 49,292
1994 National 8, American 7 * Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh 59,568
1993 American 9, National 3 Camden Yards, Baltimore 48,147
1992 American 13, National 6 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego 59,372
1991 American 4, National 2 SkyDome, Toronto 52,383
1990 American 2, National 0 Wrigley Field, Chicago 39,071
1989 American 5, National 3 Anaheim Stadium, California 64,036
1988 American 2, National 1 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati 55,837
1987 National 2, American 0 * Oak-Alameda Coliseum, Oakland 49,671
1986 American 3, National 2 Astrodome, Houston 45,774
1985 National 6, American 1 Metrodome, Minnesota 54,960
1984 National 3, American 1 Candlestick Park, San Francisco 57,756
1983 American 13, National 3 Comiskey Park, Chicago 43,801
1982 National 4, American 1 Olympic Stadium, Montreal 59,057
1981 National 5, American 4 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland 72,086
1980 National 4, American 2 Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles 56,088
1979 National 7, American 6 Kingdome, Seattle 58,905
1978 National 7, American 3 San Diego Stadium, San Diego 51,549
1977 National 7, American 5 Yankee Stadium, New York 56,683
1976 National 7, American 1 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia 63,974
1975 National 6, American 3 County Stadium, Milwaukee 51,480
1974 National 7, American 2 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh 50,706
1973 National 7, American 1 Royals Stadium, Kansas City 40,849
1972 National 4, American 3 * Atl-Fulton Co. Stadium, Atlanta 53,107
1971 American 6, National 4 Tiger Stadium, Detroit 53,559
1970 National 5, American 4 * Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati 51,838
1969 National 9, American 3 RFK Stadium, Washington 45,259
1968 National 1, American 0 Astrodome, Houston 48,321
1967 National 2, American 1 * Anaheim Stadium, California 46,309
1966 National 2, American 1 * Busch Stadium, St. Louis 49,936
1965 National 6, American 5 Metropolitan Stadium, Minnesota 46,706
1964 National 7, American 4 Shea Stadium, New York 50,850
1963 National 5, American 3 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland 44,160
1962 American 9, National 4 Wrigley Field, Chicago 38,359
1962 National 3, American 1 D.C. Stadium, Washington 45,480
1961 American 1, National 1 * Fenway Park, Boston 31,851
1961 National 5, American 4 * Candlestick Park, San Francisco 44,115
1960 National 5, American 3 Municipal Stadium, Kansas City 30,619
1960 National 6, American 0 Yankee Stadium, New York 38,362
1959 National 5, American 4 Forbes Field, Pittsburgh 35,277
1959 American 5, National 3 Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles 55,105
1958 American 4, National 3 Memorial Stadium, Baltimore 48,829
1957 American 6, National 5 Busch Stadium, St. Louis 30,693
1956 National 7, American 3 Griffith Stadium, Washington 28,843
1955 National 6, American 5 * Milwaukee Stadium, Milwaukee 45,643
1954 American 11, National 9 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland 68,751
1953 National 5, American 1 Crosley Field, Cincinnati 30,846
1952 National 3, American 2 * Shibe Park, Philadelphia 32,785
1951 National 8, American 3 Briggs Stadium, Detroit 52,075
1950 National 4, American 3 * Comiskey Park, Chicago 46,127
1949 American 11, National 7 Ebbets Field, New York 32,577
1948 American 5, National 2 Sportsman's Park, St. Louis 34,009
1947 American 2, National 1 Wrigley Field, Chicago 41,123
1946 American 12, National 0 Fenway Park, Boston 34,906
1945 No Game Played
1944 National 7, American 1 Forbes Field, Pittsburgh 29,589
1943 American 5, National 3 Shibe Park, Philadelphia 31,938
1942 American 3, National 1 Polo Grounds, New York 34,178
1941 American 7, National 5 Briggs Stadium, Detroit 54,674
1940 National 4, American 0 Sportsman's Park, St. Louis 32,373
1939 American 3, National 1 Yankee Stadium, New York 62,892
1938 National 4, American 1 Crosley Field, Cincinnati 27,067
1937 American 8, National 3 Griffith Stadium, Washington 31,391
1936 National 4, American 3 Braves Field, Boston 25,556
1935 American 4, National 1 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland 69,831
1934 American 9, National 7 Polo Grounds, New York 48,363
1933 American 4, National 2 Comiskey Park, Chicago 47,595
* Notes:
1950 Game 14 innings.
1952 Game 5 innings due to rain.
1955 Game 12 innings.
1959 Through 1962, two games played each year.
1961 First game 10 innings.
1961 Second game called a tie due to rain.
1966 Game 10 innings.
1967 Game 15 innings.
1970 Game 12 innings.
1972 Game 10 innings.
1987 Game 13 innings.
1994 Game 10 innings.
2002 Game 11 innings.
2008 Game 15 innings.

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