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•  When the American League took a 7-0 lead in Tuesday night's MLB All-Star Game, it marked the third-largest shutout advantage for either league in any All-Star Game. The A.L. won the 1946 game, 12-0, and the A.L. took a 10-0 lead in 1992, before winning 13-6.
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