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All-Star Game, July 15, 2008, Yankee Stadium, New York
Justin Morneau scores the winning run ahead of Brian McCann's tag in the 15th inning. (Chris McGrath/Getty)
Michael Young's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 15th inning scored Justin Morneau with the winning run in the AL's 4-3 victory at Yankee Stadium. The 15 innings tied the 1967 Midsummer Classic for the most total frames, and the 4-hour, 50-minute affair stands as the longest game in All-Star history. Gameday | Recap >  

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•  All-Star Game, Week make history
•  Commissioner: No tie in Classic
•  'Boss' makes visit to Yankee Stadium
•  Hall of Famers share awe for Cathedral
•  Countdown begins for '09 All-Star Game
•  Selig recalls first trip to Stadium
•  All-Stars set record for stolen bases
•  All-Star Game no longer taken lightly
•  All-Star Week a Ruthian success
•  Sherrill makes his mark in All-Star Game
•  Emotional roller coaster for Francona
•  Two Yanks praise Francona's class
•  New wrinkles in familiar scene for Mo
•  Rays instrumental in AL's triumph
•  Longoria makes Final Vote count
•  Halladay thrilled to be backed by stars
•  Guillen nearly the hero in thriller
•  Soria duplicates idol's All-Star outing
•  Crede, Quentin hope to utilize home field
•  Lee delivers in Classic opportunity
•  Morneau's mad dash pays off
•  Trio of arms offer a big thumbs up
•  Duchscherer overcomes flu in Classic
•  No joke: Ichiro again stands out
•  Young reprises role as AL hero
•  New York loves Derby star Hamilton
•  Better late than never for McCann
•  All-Star miscues no worry to Uggla
•  Mets pair enjoys Classic despite NL loss
•  Lidge enjoys experience, if not result
•  Guzman doesn't sell himself short
•  Cubs arms stand out at All-Star Game
•  Volquez's first All-Star Game memorable
•  MORE: All-Star news archive »

The memories are wonderful of the 1977 All-Star Game, from the fans to all the great stars.
-- Reggie Jackson

July 11-15
• DHL All-Star FanFest

July 13
• Taco Bell All-Star Sunday featuring:
   • XM All-Star Futures Game
   • Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game

July 14
• Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring:
   • MLB All-Star Batting Practice, 5:30 p.m. ET (AL) and 6:25 p.m. ET (NL)
   • State Farm Home Run Derby, 8 p.m. ET

July 15
• Commissioner's Town Hall, 1:30 p.m. ET
• MLB All-Star Game Red Carpet Show presented by Chevrolet, 1-3 p.m. ET
• 79th MLB All-Star Game, 8 p.m. ET

American League
National League

1977 All-Star Game
The NL jumped out early and often en route to a 7-5 victory. More >

1960 All-Star Game
The NL won their second All-Star Game of 1960. More >
1939 All-Star Game
Joe McCarthy used six Yankees in the starting lineup in a 3-1 AL win. More >