Those storylines proved no different Tuesday, as the future Hall-of-Fame shortstop and peerless sluggers combined forces in the 85th Midsummer Classic to power the American League to a 5-3 victory over the National League in front of a capacity crowd at Target Field.
Cabrera belted a two-run homer in the first inning, while Trout doubled, tripled, drove in two runs and scored another to help give the Junior Circuit home field advantage for this year's World Series.
Still, all eyes were focused on Jeter, who delivered two hits and scored a run out of the AL's leadoff spot in what will be his 14th and final All-Star Game with retirement looming at the end of the season.
Jonathan Lucroy hit a pair of RBI doubles to pace the NL, which went 1-for-10 with runners in scoring position and has dropped back-to-back All-Star Games on the heels of a three-game winning streak.
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