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2004 all-star game
2004 all-star game
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2004 all-star game
75th All-Star Game
2004 all-star game
All-Star Game David Ortiz
Texas two-step: Soriano homers, wins MVP
Alfonso Soriano's three-run homer off Roger Clemens capped a six-run first inning that led the American League to its second straight All-Star Game win. Soriano was also voted the MVP.
Top plays
• David Ortiz goes deep in the sixth 
• Albert Pujols doubles home two in the fourth inning 
• Alex Rodriguez triples in the fourth inning 
Albert Pujols Alex Rodriguez
Home Run Derby
2004 all-star game
Home Run Derby Miguel Tejada celebrates after hitting the most home runs in a round during the semifinals.
Tejada: Last in, most out in derby
Baltimore's Miguel Tejada, a last-minute replacement for Jason Giambi, won the Century 21 Home Run Derby over the hometown favorite, Houston's Lance Berkman.
Top calls
• Tejada's winning homer 
• Lance Berkman's flurry of shots in Round 2 
• Rafael Palmeiro's ninth homer in Round 1 
• Tejada on winning the Derby 
Berkman Rafael Palmeiro
All-Star week interviews
2004 all-star game
All-Star history Scott Rolen
Excitement building in Houston
Nearly a week's worth of festivities and events surround the 75th All-Star game at Minute Maid Park.
What they're saying
• Scott Rolen on the Cardinals' first half 
• Barry Larkin on making another All-Star team 
• Gagne's third straight All-Star Game 
• Curt Schilling speaks about the AL East 
• Ivan Rodriguez on his Tigers experience 
Barry Larkin Eric Gagne
Victor MartinezVictor Martinez on his big season 
Indians catcher Victor Martinez discusses his breakout season.
Ken Griffey Jr.Ken Griffey Jr. on sitting out in Houston 
Ken Griffey Jr. talks about the disappointment of not playing in the All-Star Game.
Michael Young has been one of the main reasons that the Rangers are contenders.Michael Young talks about replacing A-Rod 
Michael Young has prospered as the Rangers' new shortstop after A-Rod trade.
Jeff KentJeff Kent on the Astros' recent play 
Four-time All-Star Jeff Kent reviews the first half of the Astros' season.
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Futures Game
2004 all-star game
All-Star Sunday Pitcher Jeff Francis of the World team delivers a pitch against the USA team.
Team USA holds on to win Futures Game
Blue Jays prospect Aaron Hill drove in a pair of runs and led Team USA to a 4-3 victory over Team World in the New York Mercantile Exchange Futures Game.
Top plays
• 2004 Futures Game broadcast 
• Aaron Hill's game-winning RBI 
• Blue Jays prospect Aaron Hill on winning MVP 
Aaron Hill smiles after hitting a two-run double in the fifth inning against the World Team. Aaron Hill
John Hancock All-Star FanFest
2004 all-star game
FanFest Bud Selig
Baseball heaven on earth
All the fun from the interactive spectacular baseball event.
FanFest fun moments
• Commissioner Selig's online chat 
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