National League wins MLB 14: The Show All-Star Game simulation

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National League wins MLB 14: The Show All-Star Game simulation

Tomorrow night plays host to the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, and just like EA's annual attempts to predict the results of the Superbowl via its latest Madden entry, Sony has simulated the game within MLB 14: The Show.

According to this not-at-all-scientific prognostication, the National League will eventually win the All-Star Game, 5 - 3 over their American League counterparts in extra innings. The Cincinnati Reds' Todd Frazier and the LA Dodgers' Yasiel Puig lead the NL to victory, with both players each contributing a homerun and two RBIs.

For those who prefer their ballplayers a bit less polygonal, the real MLB All-Star Game is scheduled for 8PM ET on July 15. Don't expect the results to mirror Sony's MLB 14: The Show, however. Unlike actual humans, those virtual players don't realize that the All-Star Game is totally inconsequential spectacle.
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