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MLB All-Star Game 2016: Score, Highlights and Twitter Reaction from AL vs. NL

The 2016 MLB All-Star Game started with plenty of fireworks at Petco Park in San Diego on Tuesday. Though the National League got on the board first, the American League prevailed 4-2 for its fourth win in a row.

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant captivated the crowd with a solo shot in the top of the first off Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale. shared video of Bryant's win in the Windy City matchup:

MLB Celebrity Softball Game 2016: Winner, Twitter Reaction and Highlights

The MLB Home Run Derby was a hard act to follow during Monday's ESPN programming from Petco Park in San Diego, California, but the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game had its fair share of action worth tuning in for.

A mix of former players and high-profile personalities took the field Sunday for the annual exhibition, and as Monday's telecast revealed, the American League defeated the National League 8-7.

2016 Home Run Derby Results: Winner, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton was the home run king Monday night in San Diego. With 20 home runs in the final round, Stanton toppled defending champion Todd Frazier 20-13 in the 2016 MLB Home Run Derby in Petco Park.  

Stanton was a more than deserving winner based on the totality of his performance. Baseball Tonight shared the distances of the longest home runs, and he owned a monopoly on the list:

MLB Futures Game 2016 Results: Score, Highlights, Top Prospects and Reaction

The World Team picked up its first win in the MLB All-Star Futures Game since 2009 on Sunday in San Diego, beating the United States, 11-3.  

Angels Defeat Red Sox 21-2: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

The Los Angeles Angels appropriately began the Fourth of July holiday weekend with a bang, defeating the Boston Red Sox 21-2 on Saturday at Fenway Park.

Fox Sports: MLB might have discovered the source of Los Angeles' explosion:

Indians Defeat Blue Jays in 19th Inning: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

Carlos Santana's solo home run off Darwin Barney in the top of the 19th inning helped end this season's longest Major League Baseball game to date, with the Cleveland Indians extending their winning streak to a team-record 14 games in a 2-1 marathon victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday.

The Indians came into the game as the hottest team in baseball, owning the longest winning streak in the American League since the Oakland Athletics won 20 straight in 2002.

Kris Bryant vs. Reds: Stats, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

Chicago Cubs slugger Kris Bryant is one of baseball's brightest young hitters, and he demolished Dan Straily and the Cincinnati Reds in an 11-8 Cubs victory Monday.

Bryant finished 5-for-5 with three home runs, six RBI and four runs scored, which etched his name into the baseball record book, per MLB's Twitter account:

Julio Urias Makes Dodgers Debut: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

Los Angeles Dodgers left-handed pitching phenom Julio Urias made his highly anticipated major league debut Friday night at Citi Field against the New York Mets. 

However, the 19-year-old's inaugural trip to the mound on the MLB stage didn't go as smoothly as the Dodgers would have liked in the 6-5 loss. Over the course of 2.2 innings, Urias allowed three earned runs and five hits while walking four batters and striking out three.

Dodgers vs. Padres: Score, Highlights and Reaction from 17-Inning Game

The Los Angeles Dodgers took down the San Diego Padres, 9-5, on Sunday in an epic 17-inning marathon.

With the score knotted at 5-5 after the eighth inning, the game remained tied until a Yasiel Puig single to center field drove in Howie Kendrick and Adrian Gonzalez in the top of the 17th frame. Puig appeared to celebrate the hit as he left the batter's box, according to Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register:   

Max Scherzer vs. Tigers: Stats, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

The Washington Nationals lost five of their last six games coming into Wednesday's contest, but Max Scherzer wasn't about to let them lose another. All the dominant right-hander did was tie a major league record with 20 strikeouts in one game as he led Washington to the 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers.


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