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Back-to-back homers by Bregman, Springer in 10th lift AL to 8-6 win in record-setting All-Star Game

Back-to-back homers by Bregman, Springer in 10th lift AL to 8-6 win in record-setting All-Star Game

It took a while for Alex Bregman and George Springer to make their mark on the All-Star Game, but once the chance came, they knew what it was supposed to look like.

With a pair of consecutive swings in the 10th inning of the 89th All-Star Game at Nationals Park, the two young Houston Astros stars did what everyone else did: they hit home runs.

Only the one run in the American League's 8-6, 10-inning win over the National League before an announced crowd of 43,843 didn't score via a home run, and the sides combined for an All-Star Game record 10 home runs — smashing the previous record of seven in regulation when Cincinnati Reds shortstop Scooter Gennett tied the game at 5...

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