Down to its last strike and facing a 2-1 loss to the National League, Michael Young clubbed a 2-run triple off of Trevor Hoffman to lead the American League to a come from behind 3-2 win at the 77th annual Major League Baseball All-Star game in Pittsburgh. Young was named the games MVP. With the win, the American League is now 9-0-1 in the last 10 midsummer classics. The win also earns the American League the right to have home field advantage in the upcoming World Series. — Brewers closer Derrick Turnbow gave up a leadoff single in the 7th before inducing a double-play groundball. Michael Young then popped out to allow Turnbow to work a scoreless frame and protect a 2-1 NL lead. Carlos Lee replaced Pittsburgh's Jason Bay in the 8th. His only at bat came when he popped out to the second baseman with a man at second to end the game. Chris Capuano didn't play. He was being held back in case the game went to extra innings.
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