Andrew McCutchen hasn't even entered the game yet, and the National League has opened a huge lead on the American League in the 2012 MLB All-Star Game, leading 8-0 in the fourth.
The N.L. scored five runs against Tigers ace Justin Verlander in the first, with Pablo Sandoval leading the way with a three-run triple. (Yes, that's right -- Pablo Sandoval tripled.)
Matt Cain pitched two scoreless innings for the N.L., and Gio Gonzalez followed that with a scoreless frame of his own. The A.L. got scoreless innings from Joe Nathan, then David Price.
In the fourth, though, Rafael Furcal hit a two-out triple against Matt Harrison, and Matt Holliday then singled him home. Melky Cabrera followed that with a huge home run to the left, putting the rout on for the National League.
Unfortunately, the first-place Pirates haven't yet gotten involved. Joel Hanrahan isn't expected to pitch, but McCutchen should come in at some point.
Stephen Strasburg is now pitching for the N.L.
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