Yankees do well at All Star Game

I caught most of the All Star Game. The Yanks did well.

Jeter went 3 for 3, making himself the most successful hitter in All Star Game history. Jeter just does so much. An entry for another day (probably a school of the obvious one, as well).

A-Rod was 1 for 3 with a 2 out RBI, Giambi went 1 for 2 with a run, Matsui and Sheff were both 0 for 1.

Javy pitched a 1-2-3 inning (I think), striking out 2. Flash retired the only man he faced. Mo mowed down Helton, Wilson and Thome to finish the game.

Former Yankee Alfonso Soriano was named MVP.

Patrick O'Keefe

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Stephan Segraves

about 16 years ago

You're an American League fan all the way eh? I really wish Clemens would have clamped down in those first few innings...

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Patrick

about 16 years ago

Yeah, an AL fan because I am a Yankee fan. :)

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