The 83 Annual MLB All-Star game is to be played tonight from Kaufman Stadium in Kansas City, MO. Joe Buck and Tim McCarver will have the call on Fox, with Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton broadcasting for ESPN Radio. Broadcasts are both scheduled for 7:30PM EST with ceremonies and first pitch to follow.
One interesting note is that the National League will be managed by Tony La Russa, the retired manager from the W.S. Champion St. Louis Cardinals. Barring him coming out of retirement, this will be the only game he manages this season.
Congratulations go out to Prince Fielder, winner of last night's Home Run Derby contest.
The previous 5 MLB All-Star games were:
2011: NL 5-1
2010: NL 3-1
2009: AL 4-3
2008: AL 4-3 (15 innings)
2007: AL 5-4
The NL has a two game winning streak, while the AL had won the previous 12, not counting the infamous 2002 tie game. The average score for the last 10 years for the AL is 5.3 and 3.6 of the NL.
5 Dimes has the score line at:
NL over 4 runs, -105 & under 4 runs at, -115
AL over 4.5 runs, -110 & under 4.5 runs at, -110
5 Dimes has the latest Money lines at:
First 5 innings Money Lines:
Over the last 10 years, the average winning margin has been only 2 runs with five of those being 1 run games.
5 Dimes lines for these are:
NL to win by exactly 1 run: +737
NL to win by exactly 2 runs: +940
AL to win by exactly 1 run: +414
AL to win by exactly 2 runs: +639
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