Another year, another All-Star Game won by the American League. One day we’ll see the National League win a game again... one day.
Although there wasn’t much excitement from the NL last night, there were a few great plays from Dodgers players. In the eighth inning, Justin Turner singled to center field for the first Dodgers hit of the night.
Turner went 1-for-2, with Chris Taylor and Max Muncy each going 0-for-2.
Taylor added a couple of highlights in center field, though. He made two very impressive plays, covering a lot of ground to track down these two fly balls.
Walker Buehler didn’t pitch for the NL team.
- Bill Shaikin of the LA Times asked Dodgers players for their thoughts on the All-Star Game jerseys
- Shaikin also wrote about Rob Manfred’s thoughts on Dodgers president Stan Kasten’s comments on the Trevor Bauer situation
- Jack Harris of the LA Times shares the latest on some MLB rule changes we could see next season, including the end of 7-inning doubleheaders