The top 12 moments from 92nd All-Star Game

The top 12 moments from 92nd All-Star Game

The American League won the All-Star Game for the ninth year in a row by defeating the NL 3-2 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.

The NL took an early lead by scoring two runs in the first innings, including a single homer from Paul Goldsmith.

At the top of fourth, Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run home run to tie the game - before twins outfielder Byron Buxton put the AL ahead for good with a single shot of his own.

The NL did not manage a hit between the first and eighth innings and went down in the ninth against Guardian close Emmanuel Claes, who dismissed the team on 10 pitches.

Brian Snitker, manager of the defending World Series champion Atlanta Braves, will guide a National League club to end the American League's eight-game winning streak.

Baker managed the NL in 2003 after taking on the San Francisco Giants in the 2002 World Series, although he was manager of the Chicago Cubs that season.

On the mound, Dodgers icon Clayton Kershaw will debut for the NL club at his home ballpark.

It is unknown whether Ohtani, who has never made a major league appearance from the bullpen, will pitch in the All-Star Game.