Stanton wins MVP at the just ended MLB ALL STAR

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Giancarlo Stanton’s first All-Star home run could not have landed in a more appropriate location than the left-center field seats at Dodger Stadium.

In fact, it was there that he established a lifetime passion for baseball, which helped him capture the Ted Williams Award as the Most Valuable Player of the Chevrolet All-Star Game on Tuesday night.

Stanton, who grew up 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium and attended Notre Dame High School in adjacent Sherman Oaks, exclaimed, “I can’t really convey how great this is.” “It is difficult to express that this is the current situation. It is quite cool. I’m drinking it all in.”

Stanton’s gigantic home run in the fourth inning erased the National League’s two-run lead, and Byron Buxton’s solitary shot in the fifth inning sealed the American League’s 3-2 victory and tenth consecutive victory in the Midsummer Classic.

Stanton, who grew up 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium and attended Notre Dame High School in adjacent Sherman Oaks, exclaimed, “I can’t really convey how great this is.” “It is difficult to express that this is the current situation. It is quite cool. I’m drinking it all in.”

Stanton’s gigantic home run in the fourth inning erased the National League’s two-run lead, and Byron Buxton’s solitary shot in the fifth inning sealed the American League’s 3-2 victory and tenth consecutive victory in the Midsummer Classic.

Stanton, who grew up 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium and attended Notre Dame High School in adjacent Sherman Oaks, exclaimed, “I can’t really convey how great this is.” “It is difficult to express that this is the current situation. It is quite cool. I’m drinking it all in.”

Stanton’s gigantic home run in the fourth inning erased the National League’s two-run lead, and Byron Buxton’s solitary shot in the fifth inning sealed the American League’s 3-2 victory and tenth consecutive victory in the Midsummer Classic.

Stanton, who grew up 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium and attended Notre Dame High School in adjacent Sherman Oaks, exclaimed, “I can’t really convey how great this is.” “It is difficult to express that this is the current situation. It is quite cool. I’m drinking it all in.”

Stanton’s gigantic home run in the fourth inning erased the National League’s two-run lead, and Byron Buxton’s solitary shot in the fifth inning sealed the American League’s 3-2 victory and tenth consecutive victory in the Midsummer Classic.

Stanton, who grew up 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium and attended Notre Dame High School in adjacent Sherman Oaks, exclaimed, “I can’t really convey how great this is.” “It is difficult to express that this is the current situation. It is quite cool. I’m drinking it all in.”

Stanton’s gigantic home run in the fourth inning erased the National League’s two-run lead, and Byron Buxton’s solitary shot in the fifth inning sealed the American League’s 3-2 victory and tenth consecutive victory in the Midsummer Classic.

Stanton, who grew up 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium and attended Notre Dame High School in adjacent Sherman Oaks, exclaimed, “I can’t really convey how great this is.” “It is difficult to express that this is the current situation. It is quite cool. I’m drinking it all in.”

Stanton’s gigantic home run in the fourth inning erased the National League’s two-run lead, and Byron Buxton’s solitary shot in the fifth inning sealed the American League’s 3-2 victory and tenth consecutive victory in the Midsummer Classic.

This year represented Stanton’s sixth career Midsummer Classic, and after striking out in the second inning, he was hitless in seven career All-Star at-bats.

Dodgers right-hander Tony Gonsolin, who is 11-0 with a 2.01 ERA this season, got ahead of Stanton with two quick strikes, but he left an 83.4 mph splitter up in the zone, and Stanton pounced on it, sending it into the seats he used to sit in as a child, hoping that whoever was playing left field that day would throw him a ball.

Stanton, whose jersey from Tuesday’s game is destined to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, remarked, “It’s all come full circle.”

“It is quite precious to me, thus I would rank it among my most important possessions. I have dreams of winning a championship and going all the way, but considering the route I’ve travelled to get where I am now, this is incredibly meaningful.”