The American League reigns supreme for the fourth straight year. Led by Derek Jeter’s three hits and two RBI’s, the American League defeated the National League 6-3. Jeter was named the game’s MVP, the first New York Yankee to achieve that honor. Kansas City’s Jermaine Dye was 0 for 2, but did draw a walk and scored a run. Mike Sweeney was 0 for 1 as a pinch hitter. For the National League, Cardinal Jim Edmonds had a hit in two trips, and made the defenseive play of the game when he stabbed a deep line drive at the warning track with his back to the plate. Cardinal pitcher Darryl Kile was the only National Leaguer to pitch two innings, allowing two hits and no runs. Edgar Renteria was 0 for 2 and grounded into a game ending double play. The American League has now won four in a row and ten of the last 13 all-star games.