Poll: Who Will Win The All-Star Game?

About 14% of MLBTR readers correctly predicted that David Ortiz would win the Home Run Derby. Today's question is a little simpler. Will the AL continue its dominance? Will the NL win for the first time since 1996? You tell us:

Who will win the 2010 All-Star Game?

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  1. evenyoudorn 5 years ago

    The NL will have a chance to even it up in the 7th, but Girardi will unveil the secret weapon: Thorny. Bask in the 98mph left-handed brilliance and weep! I predict a strikeout with two in scoring position! Momentum swung… Game iced!

    • JST1331 5 years ago

      LOL Rollen on 3rd Holliday on first. Guess who comes in the 7th THORN!!!!!

      • evenyoudorn 5 years ago

        Yeah, did I call that or what?! Just need whoever is on first to take second base and the prophecy is complete with a big K to the Cubbie representative.

  2. glberns 5 years ago

    1. Poll is broken.. results aren’t registering. 2. There can’t be a tie, this game counts. 3. NL ALL THE WAY!!

  3. AL,Al,AL,AL,AL

  4. Looks like we know Holliday cannot come up in big situation when playoffs might be on the line.

  5. I’m going to go out on a limb here and pick the National League.

    I’m thinking the score will be……..hmmm………3-1 National League!

    :) :) :)

    • dire straits 5 years ago

      Gotta love the last minute voters. They just cannot get it wrong!

  6. johnsilver 5 years ago

    Congrats to the NL, but even with the NL (finally) getting a home field advantage in the WS, can’t see that helping 1 tiny bit with how strong the NYY are this year. That team is just stacked and there is not one team in the NL strong enough to finish in 3rd place in the AL East with a healthy team amongst those.

    • Yeah, you’re right, it’s not like the Braves took the series vs the Rays or anything. The AL East just must have the top 3 teams in all of baseball, right??? Pfft….Also, discounting injuries in a 162 game season is ridiculous. It’s an entire team effort, you need a strong bench. I’m assuming you’re using that excuse for the reason why many NL teams would finish ahead of the Red Sox. I don’t disagree that the Yankees are the best team in baseball because of their unlimited payroll, but to make a claim that no NL team would finish in the top 3 in the AL East and then follow it up with “ifs” is pretty funny.

  7. Just_MLB 5 years ago

    cant see the yankees making the playoffs without the use of a DH…their lack of bench depth and their pen would be super exposed in the NL…

    for example..
    …yanks are down 0-1 in the 6th inning…yanks up to bat…2 outs, bases loaded…and the 9 spot comes up…
    in the NL, the yanks may take CC out of the game
    in the AL, CC pitches the 7th inning, no need to expose Joba again..

  8. icedrake523 5 years ago

    A-Rod a clutch bat. That’s a good one.

  9. MB923 5 years ago

    Yeah just ask Joe Nathan and Brian Fuentes

  10. icedrake523 5 years ago

    Brian Fuentes doesn’t count since he’s terrible.

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