National Baseball Scores – Major League Baseball

Written by Henry Young. Posted in Baseball, Sports

The first game that has ever been played in the Major League Baseball was in 1933. Since then, there have been played 82 Major League Baseball All-Star Games, with the American League winning 39 of them and the National League winning 43 games, with two ties. The National League holds the longest winning streak of 11 games, among the national baseball scores from 1972 to 1982, while the American League had an unbeaten streak of 13 games from 1997 to 2009, with a tie in 2002.

The Most Valuable Player award was introduced in the year 1962 when it was offered for the first time to Maury Wills. In 2008, the longest All Star Game featured a time of 4 hours and 50 min and tied for innings at 15 in the game from 1967.

Here are some of the national baseball scores of the games played by the National and American League from 2000 until 2012, when the National League won for the last time:

On July 11, 2000: The American League won the game with a score of 6-3. The game was played on Turner Field and the team hosting the game was Atlanta Braves. Derek Jeter, New York (AL) received the MVP award. The winning pitcher was James Baldwin, Chicago (AL).

On July 12, 2005: The American League won the game with a score of 7–5. The game was played in Comerica Park and the team hosting the game was Detroit Tigers. Miguel Tejada, Baltimore (AL) received the MVP award. The winning pitcher was Mark Buehrle, Chicago (AL).

On July 13, 2010: The National League won the game with a score of 3–1. The game was played at the Angel Stadium of Anaheim and the team hosting the game was Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Brian McCann, Atlanta (NL) received the MVP award. The winning pitcher was Matt Capps, Washington (NL).

On July 12, 2011: The National League won the game with a score of 5–1. The game was played on Chase Field and the team hosting the game was Arizona Diamondbacks. Prince Fielder, Milwaukee (NL) received the MVP award. The winning pitcher was Tyler Clippard, Washington (NL).

On July 10, 2012: The National League won the game with a score of 8–0. The game was played at the Kauffman Stadium and the team hosting the game was Kansas City Royals. Melky Cabrera, San Francisco (NL) received the MVP award for helping his team to achieve one of its highest national baseball scores. The winning pitcher was Matt Cain, San Francisco (NL).

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