The American League beat the National League 5-3 in Tuesday night's Major League All-Star Game, which was only appropriate as it was the final all-star appearance by the AL team's captain, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.

Jeter received a standing ovation as he was introduced on tape by late Yankees broadcaster Bob Sheppard, and he didn't disappoint. He went two-for-two, including a double and scored the AL's first run, after he was knocked in by the Mike Trout's triple.

When he exited the game, he received another ovation as he walked off the field, and a curtain call after he hugged every player in the AL dugout. The Angels Trout went two-for-three and was named the game's MVP.

Source: Washington Post