Giants Steal the All -Star Show

Before that swing some said he didn't deserve the top slot. After the swing and the three run triple some said he deserved to be named most valuable player.

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    The National League All-Stars rolled to a lopsided win over their American League counterparts thanks to contributions from all four Giants representatives. (Published Tuesday, Jul 10, 2012)

    One swing of the bat changes the talk about Pablo Sandoval starting in the All Star Game.

    Before that swing some said he didn't deserve the top slot. After the swing and the three run triple some said he deserved to be named most valuable player.

    Watching it all unfold on television in San Francisco devoted Giants fan Omar Flamenco said "Pablo just made up for his selection, a triple with the bases loaded, he made up for his selection".

    Sandoval wasn't the only San Francisco star to shine at the game.

    Melky Cabrera hit a homerun and got the All Star MVP, Matt Cain got the win for the National League and Buster Posey crossed home plate adding to the 8-0 score.

    The Giants stole the All-Star show.