Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros celebrates with Jean Segura of the Seattle Mariners after hitting a solo home run in the tenth inning against the National League during the All-Star Game on July 17, 2018 in Washington, DC.
So there have been plenty of dingers in this one.
Thirteen of the 14 runs came in on homers. Later in the inning, Segura scored his second run of the game on a sacrifice fly by Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley, which marked the only run of the game scored as a result of something other than a home run.
Machado started at shortstop for the American League and went 0-for-2 in the game.
Willson Contreras cut the National League's deficit to 2-1 with a shot to left field in the third and Trevor Story tied the score in the seventh. It would've been Segura's for that three-run dinger if it had ended up being decisive, but those are the breaks in the All-Star Game.
So while Chicago may not have boasted more than half the National League starting lineup as they did two years ago, this might have been even better.
It was the first hit with a runner in scoring position in the game.
Trout went deep on a 1-2 fastball, sending it into the AL bullpen in left field.
Making the start on the mound for the National League in front of his home fans, Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer threw some serious heat through two innings on the bump, fanning four batters in the process.