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MLB All-Star Game Betting Results Chart

MLB All-Star Game Betting Results

Major League Baseball’s best players congregate Tuesday, July 9 at Progressive Field, the home of the Cleveland Indians, for the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. Last year, the American League topped the National League 8-6 for its sixth victory in a row. That was the first all-star game with double-digit runs since 2005 when the AL beat the NL 7-5.

For a look at the betting preview for this year’s Home Run Derby, check out Stephen Campbell’s article here.

For a look at the betting preview for the all-star game, check out my article here.

The American League has dominated the National League in the game, winning 24 of the last 31 meetings, including the last six. With all the firepower of both teams, one would think the OVER is the best play as is the case in most all-star games across the major North American sports. However, the UNDER has been the bet to make recently as the total has gone UNDER in eight of the last 11 Midsummer Classics.

Here’s a look at the recent MLB All-Star Game results:

DateAL ScoreNL ScoreAL LineNL LineO/ULocation
July 9, 2019  -112-1038.5Progressive Field, Cleveland
July 17, 201886-130+1107Nationals Park, Washington
July 11, 201721-105-1159Marlins Park, Miami
July 12, 201642-105-1157.5Petco Park, San Diego
July 14, 201563+111-1217Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati
July 15, 201453-105-1058Target Field, Minnesota
July 16, 201330+100-1108Citi Field, New York
July 10, 201208-122+1128.5Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City
July 12, 201115-105-1158.5Chase Field, Phoenix
July 13, 201013-120+1008.5Angel Stadium, Anaheim
July 14, 200943-115-1058.5Busch Stadium, St. Louis
July 15, 200843-130+11010Yankee Stadium, New York
July 10, 200754-125+11510AT&T Park, San Francisco
July 11, 200632-140+13010PNC Park, Pittsburgh