Will the NL break the recent dominance of the AL and thereby secure home-field advantage for this year’s World Series? Or will the AL continue its dominance in today’s All Star Game? We’ll soon know.
It’s one baseball game, so obviously it could turn out either way. But consider that over the last nine years, the AL is 8-0-1, and that in the just-concluded interleague play for 2006, the AL won over three fifths of the contests.
Just how dominant is the AL recently. I looked into that last October, and I was surprised at just how dominant the AL is.
And, by the way, home-field advantage in the World Series does matter.
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