2007 MLB All-Star Game
Fans lined the street to watch hometown hero Barry Bonds arrive at the 78th All-Star Game.
Washington Nationals first baseman Dmitri Young waves to fans while taking a ride with his family down the red carpet on their way to San Francisco's AT&T Park for the game.
American League players and coaches pose for a team picture prior to the start of the All-Star Game. The AL owned a 9-0-1 record over the National League in the past 10 years heading into the game.
Hall of Famer Willie Mays was honored during a pre-game ceremony at AT&T Park, whose official address is 24 Willie Mays Plaza.
AT&T Park, which opened in 2000, is known for its panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay over the outfield walls.
National League starter Jake Peavy of the San Diego Padres gave up one hit, but didn't allow a run in an inning of work.
It didn't take Jose Reyes long to dirty his uniform. The Mets shortstop singled, stole second, then was driven in on a single by Ken Griffey Jr. to give the NL a 1-0 lead.
American League starter Danny Haren of the Oakland A's worked two innings, allowing one run on two hits.
Bonds teased the crowd in the third inning when he drove a ball to left field. The ball died at the warning track, however, leaving the Giants superstar 0-for-2 on the night.
Russell Martin, left, and Alex Rodriguez
Dodgers catcher Russell Martin tags Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez as he tries to score. The out ended the inning and preserved the NL's 1-0 lead.
Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki made All-Star Game history with a stand-up, inside-the-park home run, the first in the 78-year history of the event. Suzuki, who went 3-for-3 on the night, drove in Baltimore's Brian Roberts to give the AL a 2-1 lead.
Devil Rays outfielder Carl Crawford connected on a solo shot in the sixth to extend the AL lead to 3-1.
The NL closed the gap to 3-2 in the bottom of the sixth. Carlos Beltran led off with a triple and was driven home on a sacrifice fly by Griffey, his second RBI of the game.
Indians catcher Victor Martinez extended the AL lead to 5-2 with a two-run homer, driving in Boston's Mike Lowell.
Alfonso Soriano gave the NL some hope in the bottom of the ninth, clubbing his third career All-Star Game home run, driving in Dmitri Young to cut the AL lead to 5-4.
With the bases loaded, Francisco Rodriguez got the final out to preserve the 5-4 win, extending the AL's record to 10-0-1 over the NL in the past 11 years.
Flanked by MLB commissioner Bud Selig and Fox broadcaster Jeanne Zelasko, Ichiro was named Most Valuable Player of the game. He was given a new Chevy Tahoe Hybrid for winning the award.