1993 All-Star Game
This time the National League fired the first shot as American League starter Mark Langston was rocked for a two-run homer by Gary Sheffield that also brought in Barry Bonds.
The American League was not concerned and answered back with two home runs of their own. After shaking off the first-inning, the American League pitching staff got down to business and allowed only one run, four hits and didn't walk a batter.
Kirby Puckett, who had no extra-base hits in seven previous All-Star Games, hit a bases-empty homer in the second and had a run-scoring double in a three-run fifth-inning rally that broke a 2-2 tie and sent the American League to its sixth straight victory. The National League continued to raise the bar on their record for consecutive losses, but little did they know, the streak was about to end.