MLS wins at Dodger Stadium

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Major League Soccer won the All-Star Game for the ninth consecutive year, defeating NL 3-2 on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

NL jumped to the early lead, scoring twice in the first half, including Homer’s solo from Paul Goldschmidt. In fourth place, brilliant Yankees player Giancarlo Stanton hit a home double to tie the game – before Twins player Byron Buxton followed up with his own solo shot to put the AL ahead for good.

The NL didn’t hit the blow between the first and eighth innings and went down the order of the ninth against the closest Guardians Emmanuel Claas, who fired the side in 10 pitches.

Framber Valdez took the AL win, with Tony Gonsulin losing.

Here’s how things went on Tuesday night:

Fox’s booth was talking directly to the players on the field during the match, particularly the bowlers on the hill. Blue Jays right-hander Alec Manoa was having a great time on the mic, hitting a three in his prime. Manoah asked the booth what kind of pitch to throw to Jeff McNeil with a two-stroke, but the backfoot slider that John Smoltz requested ended up injuring McNeill’s foot.

With AL losing 2-0, Yankees footballer Giancarlo Stanton Homer hits a giant two-stroke NL Pitcher Tony Gonsolin of the Dodgers, and ties the game. The next hitter, Byron Buxton followed with a home shot of his own to put the AL ahead 3-2.

They’ve been the first to play back-to-back All-Star Game since 2018, when Alex Bergman and George Springer were in the 10th inning.

Ronald Acuña Jr led the bottom of the first with a double down the left field line and came to score on the Mookie Betts singles RBI. Next hitting, Mane Machado’s blunt ball hit by second baseman Andres Jimenez kicked off the double 4-6-3.

With two wins, Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt hit homer singles AL starter Shane McClanahan to make it 2-0.

Shohei Ohtani is the only one on the first pitch of the match – then he is selected

Before coming into the arena, Ohtani said his strategy was “first court, first swing” and he made a shot, playing midfield against NL player Clayton Kershaw to lead the 2022 All-Star Game.

After a few pitches with Aaron Judge on the plate, Kershaw moved first and Ohtani’s way blazed away from the base. It was First All-Star pickup since 2008when Carlos Zambrano arrested Milton Bradley.

Not wearing. 42 Dodgers jersey On the house panel, the Academy Award-winning actor recounted a celebration of Robinson’s accomplishments on the 75th anniversary of his MLB debut.

Before the first pitch, Dodgers player Mookie Bates assembled both teams on the field and allowed the crowd to wish a happy 100th birthday to Rachel Robinson, Jackie’s widow.

Celebrities in attendance include Billie Jean King, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr and comedian Tiffany Haddish. Driver Chip Ganassi, actors Jon Hamm and Michael Chiklis, and former soccer player Alexi Lalas.

– Josh Peter

LOS ANGELES – In batting practice, Angels star Shohei Ohtani has fired wildfires in back-to-back fields. Both slammed into the right field and the former appeared to sail off Dodger Stadium.

– Josh Peter

LOS ANGELES—Sometimes it’s okay to have dessert before dinner.

And so it was Monday night at Dodger Stadium, where a hot 88-degree day gave way to a breezy evening in baseball’s most beautiful cathedral, and the game’s annual Saccharine Festival, the Home Run Derby made mostly for TV. A glorious way to celebrate stars and young elders alike.

It culminated with the great Juan Soto, who did nothing wrong on his part The The story of this All-Star game, which threw his racket toward Dodger’s blue sky after the darkest few days of his otherwise glamorous career, gave way to the Home Run Derby title.

– Gaby Lakes

How much is Shohei Ohtani worth?

LOS ANGELES – How does one define everything Shohei Ohtani does? And how exactly will you offset the greatest two-way player in the game since Babe Ruth?

“Can you just make a double contract? Was that what you did?” asks New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole, whose nine-year, $324 million contract is baseball’s biggest contract for a bowler.

“I think it’s great that we don’t have a salary cap if that’s the situation we’re getting into.”

Especially when Ohtani keeps proving that there is no limit to what he can do.

– Gaby Lakes

LOS ANGELES – You know you’re a living legend while players are still studying and checking his swing trying to get tips.

“I am a huge fan of Albert Pujols and I still watch his swing to this day,” Yankees batsman Aaron Judge said. “Having a chance to share the same field with him would be an honor.

“To say I was in the same All-Star game as Albert Pujols, I would be able to tell my kids about these things.

– Bob Nightingale

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