The 2011 MLB All-Star Game has been flying by, as we're in the fourth inning in about the first 45 minutes of the game. Adrian Gonzalez just kicked off the scoring with a solo homer to right field off Cliff Lee, making it 1-0, American League. The A.L. just got another baserunner when Jose Bautista hit a pop-up behind first base, near the foul line, and Prince Fielder couldn't quite field it as it dropped just inside the line. It was ruled a hit, but it probably could have been called an error.
Josh Hamilton then dumped a single into center field, moving Bautista up to second. Lee has been removed from the game, and the score is 1-0, A.L., with two on and two outs. Tyler Clippard of the Nationals is coming on in relief.
UPDATE: And Adrian Beltre singled, but Bautista got gunned down at the plate.
No Pirates have yet entered the game.
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