The National League might just get used to this winning thing. After losing 12 straight MLB All-Star games between 1997 and 2009, the N.L. claimed their third straight victory with an 8-0 drubbing of the A.L. in Kansas City. The eight runs was also the most scored by a single team since the A.L. put up nine runs in 2004, and the margin of victory was the greatest in an All-Star game since the A.L. won 13-3 in 1983.