Jul 17, 2013, 5:16 AM EDT
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NEW YORK — Years from now, when they reminisce about the 84th All-Star Game, Bryce Harper and Jordan Zimmermann probably won't remember the outcome, an uninspired 3-0 American League victory over the National League.
No, the Nationals' two All-Star representatives won't remember the score, but they will remember the important vignettes from the last two nights at Citi Field. The player introductions. The Home Run Derby. The camaraderie in the dugout and the clubhouse with fellow All-Stars.
And, of course, Mariano Rivera.
"I had a blast hanging out with the guys," Harper said. "It was a great experience."
The actual Midsummer Classic was devoid of much in-game drama. The AL scratched out three runs. The NL scratched out three hitsRead more »
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