On This Date 7/14/1987

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Pitching dominates the day at the All-Star Game in Oakland, as the National League needs 13 innings to win the game 2-0. It is the longest an All-Star Game went without a run and the second lowest scoring game. The scoreless marathon was finally decided in the 13th inning when Tim Raines of the Montreal Expos delivered a clutch two-out triple against Oakland Athletics Reliever Jay Howell to earn MVP