Pregame festivities included the appearance of Yankees great Yogi Berra and Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley, Bob Feller and Rollie Fingers.
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Present and Future?
As Tony Gwynn, Al Kaline and Dave Winfield look on, fellow Hall of Famer Frank Robinson is greeted by Ichiro Suzuki, who eventually could be headed to Cooperstown himself.
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The Stadium's Last Hurrah
The 2008 All-Star Game was the fourth -- and final -- Midsummer Classic played at the legendary Yankee Stadium.
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Holliday Puts NL On Top
The game was scoreless until Matt Holliday gave the National League a 1-0 lead with a leadoff home run off Ervin Santana in the fifth.
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Drew Ties It Up
The National League cruised into the seventh with a 2-0 lead, but eventual MVP J.D. Drew tied the score with his two-out, two-run shot off Edinson Volquez.
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Longoria Gets AL Even Again
After the National League had regained a 3-2 lead, Evan Longoria knotted things up again with a ground-rule RBI double in the bottom of the eighth.
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Mariano Does His Thing
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera drew plenty of cheers from the hometown crowd when he came on in the eighth to pitch 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief.
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How Long Was The Game?
Both teams had plenty of chances to score in extra innings, but at least one fan got tired of the near misses as the game stretched into Wednesday.
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We Have A Winner!
It took 15 innings, but the American League ran its unbeaten string to 12 when Justin Morneau scored on Michael Young's sacrifice fly for a 4-3 win. It was enough to make the Twins' Morneau give Carlos Quentin of the rival White Sox a big hug.
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The Longest Game
The scoreboard says it all ... almost anyway. The 4-hour, 50-minute marathon was the longest game by time in All-Star history and tied the the NL's 2-1 win at Anaheim in 1967 for the longest by innings.
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