1. Great men occupy the field: Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols were named All-Stars for the 12th and 11th time, respectively – Miggy for the American League and Pujols for the National League.
2. All-Star Tribute to Jackie: MLB and All-Star host Dodgers paid tribute to Jackie Robinson with a special pregame ceremony, in which the Dodgers legend "took the field" using mixed reality technology.
3. Ohtani lives up to his word: Before heading into the All-Star Game, Shohei Ohtani was asked what he was most looking forward to.
4. Helsley hit 103: Cardinals reliever Ryan Helsley dialed a fastball twice at 103 mph in the top of the eighth inning, earning a called strike and a foul against MLB batting leader Luis Arrez.
5. Class Seals AL Victory: Cleveland's Emmanuel Klaas closed out the AL win with a home run in the ninth inning.
6. Mookie starts the scoring from home: Dodgers star Mookie Betts drove in the first run of the All-Star Game with an RBI single off a 98 mph fastball from Race ace and AL ERA leader Shane McClanahan.
7. The Biggest Sinner in the House: Red Sox legend David Ortiz took over the AL dugout in the fifth inning to conduct some interesting rapid-fire interviews with the All-Stars.