2012 MLB All-Star Game: Ranking the 10 Most Embarrassing Blowouts in ASG History

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2012 MLB All-Star Game: Ranking the 10 Most Embarrassing Blowouts in ASG History
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The National League won its third straight MLB All-Star game in an 8-0 demolition of the American League. It’s one of the largest margins of victory in All-Star game history, but where does it rank among the most embarrassing?

The National League leads the all-time series 43-38-2, and many of those games have been very close games. Since 1933, 26 games have been decided by just one run, and 22 have been decided by two. There’s no shame in losing a close All-Star game, but getting blown out is a completely different story.

The teams are supposed to showcase the best talent in each league, and true dominance shows in the box score. There’s no escaping that.

Here are the 10 most embarrassing blowouts in All-Star game history.

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