On This Date 7/13/1982

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The All-Star Game goes international for the first time, as Olympic Stadium in Montreal hosts the mid-summer classic. There is plenty for local fans to cheer, as the National League roster features five players from the host Expos. This includes Steve Rogers, who gets the start and the win as the National League extends its winning streak to 11 games, beating the American League 4-1. The big hit comes off the bat of Cincinnati Reds Shortstop Dave Concepcion, who delivers a two-run home run in the second inning and wins MVP honors.

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