Every year of the Midsummer Classic is filled with memorable moments. The 92nd was no exception.

The American League won 3-2 against the National League with a four-run fourth inning.

Legends take to the field: Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols, and Miggy For The American League were introduced as All-Stars for their 12th and 11th, respectively, Pujols and Pujols, respectively.

MLB and the All-Star Dodgers hosted a special pregame ceremony in which Jackie Robinson was honored. The Dodgers legend was "taken to the field" with mixed reality technology.

Mookie Betts, Dodgers' star, drove in the first run for the All-Star Game. He did so with an RBI single after he was hit by a fastball from the Rays ace at 98 mph.

Shohei Ohtani was questioned by reporters about what he most looked forward to before he led off the All-Star Game. "First pitch. He said, "Full swing."

Cleveland's Emmanuel Clase won the AL's victory by striking out the side in the ninth inning.

Ryan Helsley, the Cardinals relief pitcher, dialed up his fastball speed to 103 mph twice during the eighth inning.

"It was amazing," Goldschmidt exclaimed in the dugout afterward. "I have not had a home run during the All-Star Game.

Red Sox legend David Ortiz assumed control of the AL dugout during the fifth inning and conducted some fun rapid-fire interviews.

Baker replied, "I'm going to save you 'til nine," just in case we are behind."

Big Papi later asked Alek Manoah how the Blue Jays righty would pitch.

Many All-Stars from both teams got mixed up during the match, which created more than just a few laughs for TV viewers.

Stanton was awarded the Chevrolet All-Star Game MVP.