The American League improved to 10-0-1 since 1996, holding on for a 5-4 win in last night's game.
Prince Fielder started for the Brewers and went 0 for 1 with a walk and an error. Ben Sheets gave up a couple of hits but worked a scoreless third. Francisco Cordero served up Carl Crawford's home run in his one inning of work and J.J. Hardy walked in his only appearance in the 9th inning.
The loss for the National League means once again that the American League will have home field advantage in this fall's World Series Classic.
The Brewers have 2-days off now. They won't return to action until Friday night when they host the Colorado Rockies at Miller Park.