It was the 84th All-Star Game, and it lived up to its billing. The American League, typically known for its power hitting, put on a pitching display as they held the National League to only two hits. You have to respect Jim Leyland's approach in playing to win this game. However, as much as it was about the best baseball players in both leagues playing it out, in the end, it was Mariano Rivera’s night. With a 3-0 lead, and with the crowd and the players in both dugouts giving him a 2-minute standing ovation, Mo came into the game for his final All-Star appearance. He threw 16 pitches, and retired the side in order. While it was a little disappointing that he did not finish the game, we understand Jim Leyland's decision to bring him in for the eighth, rather than risking a National...

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