The American League was a 5-3 winner over the the National League Tuesday night winning home field advantage for the World Series.
The American lead had five runs on seven hits. The National League had three runs on eight hits.
With all the hype focused on Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and the young rising stars in the game, all four Milwaukee Brewer representatives shined on the big stage. Aramis Ramirez and Jonathan Lucroy combined to record four of the teams eight hits.
Starting catcher Jonathan Lucroy flirted with MVP honors going 2-for-2 with two doubles and two runs batted in. The first double scored the teams second run and the second double tied the game at 3-3 in the fourth. Lucroy caught the first four innings behind home plate.
Starting third baseman Aramis Ramirez also had two hits going 2-for-3 and scored the first run of the game for the NL in the second inning. Ramirez made one of the top defensive plays in the All-Star game making a bare-handed pick and throw in the bottom of the second on a swinging bunt down the line.
Carlos Gomez started in left field making two stellar catches robbing extra base hits. Gomez went 0-for-2 at the plate.
Francisco Rodriguez came in and pitched a scoreless sixth inning after allowing one walk.
Detroit's starting pitcher Max Scherzer picked up the win and Cardinals' reliver Pat Neshek took the loss. The save was recorded by Minnesota's Glen Perkins.
The Brewers are now off until Friday when they will travel to play the Washington Nationals in Washington D.C..