MLB All Star Game Odds
Ichiro Suzuki speeds around bases for first inside-the-park homer in All-Star Game history. Michael Young delivers go-ahead two-run triple off Trevor Hoffman with two outs in ninth. Alfonso Soriano's three-run blast cements AL's victory. Torii Hunter robs Barry Bonds of first-inning home run. Derek Jeter's big day at plate flashes back to , Fall Classics. Pedro Martinez strikes out side in first, whiffs five of first six NL batters. Roberto Alomar's blast caps off MVP performance.
Sandy Alomar hits go-ahead home run for AL in front of hometown crowd. Jeff Conine's go-ahead homer in eighth gives NL winning edge. John Kruk at-bat showcases Big Unit's ability to intimidate hitters. Julio Franco's double drives in only runs in AL's win. Bo Jackson's leadoff homer part of MVP effort. Terry Steinbach's homer one of two runs driven in by eventual MVP. Tim Raines' triple in 13th for NL plates game's only two runs. Fernando Valenzuela ties All-Star Game record by whiffing five straight batters.
Nineteen-year-old Dwight Gooden strikes out side. Fred Lynn launches grand slam. Dave Concepcion smacks two-run homer. Mike Schmidt's homer puts NL on top for good. Willie Randolph's error allows Phil Garner to score go-ahead run.
Lee Mazzilli ties game with homer in eighth inning, walks it off one inning later. Rod Carew sets All-Star Game record with two triples in one game.
Joe Morgan leads off game with homer. Steve Garvey triples to open scoring. AL error on Bill Madlock's single plates go-ahead run. Reggie Smith smashes homer in NL win. MVP performance by Bobby Bonds includes two-run homer. Joe Morgan walks it off for NL with single in 10th. Reggie Jackson's titanic blast reaches upper deck at Tiger Stadium.
Pete Rose scores game-winning run after collision at plate with Ray Fosse. Denny McLain misses start after arriving late; NL capitalizes. Poor defense leads to game's only run in first for NL. Tony Perez hits go-ahead homer in 15th. Maury Wills delivers walk-off single in 10th. Juan Marichal tosses three perfect innings to start Midsummer Classic.
Johnny Callison smacks walk-off three-run homer. Scherzer, 33, registered a brilliant 2. He'll be opposed by Chris Sale to get things underway on Tuesday. The year-old left-hander put up a sensational 2. Max Scherzer will take the mound first for the National League squad. Following three straight National League victories, the American League has rattled off five consecutive wins. With the game no longer counting towards home field advantage in the World Series, making a prediction is nothing more than a crapshoot for bettors.
There are too many variables, such as constant pitching changes, players showing off for entertainment purposes, etc, that to wager major coin on the game is the equivalent to playing Roulette in a casino.
That said, the American League is loaded from top to bottom and at only , if you are going to wager, I like the favorite. Public Betting Trends Oddsmakers from online sportsbooks currently list the American League as a favorite. Forum Home More Baseball Discussion. While much of the focus last offseason was on the trade that sent Giancarlo Stanton from the Marlins to the Yankees, there was another deal involving Miami that has turned out to have quite an impa Wainwright blanks Dodgers over 6 innings, Cardinals win