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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's what Nelson Cruz said to me on whether he was disappointed Jean Segura wasn't named MVP: "Yes. I was hoping he'd win it. Unfortunately it didn't happen, but he had a great performance and I'm definitely happy to have been part of such a beautiful experience."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Nice quote from Edwin Díaz last night when he talked to me in Spanish about blowing the save, but ironically, getting the win in the All-Star Game: "It's all about J.A. Happ. He's been in the league what, 12-13 years? And he goes in and gets his first career-save? He should've gotten the win. I am just so happy for him."

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Brewers reliever Josh Hader addresses the firestorm that arose late during the All-Star Game regarding offensive tweets he sent out as a teenager.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen, after the All-Star Game, on the prospect of adding Manny Machado: "If it does happen, it would be awesome. That would lift our lineup. Hopefully we can get a few pieces in the bullpen, and this is go time. He's a great guy and we would love to have him here."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

I spoke to Craig Kimbrel after the game and he said it was decided to keep him "on his regular schedule" which meant today was a rest day. He also said he had pitched a lot recently so he preferred to get some rest. He did tell me he would've pitched if called upon.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Well, that turned into a wild and crazy All-Star game. Jean Segura was the hero and then Scooter Gennett was the hero and then a pair of Astros hit home runs off a Dodgers pitcher and suddenly it looked like last October. There were 10 home runs hit, shattering the previous All-Star record of six in 1971. All six that year were hit by future Hall of Famers. I'm guessing some of these 10 will end up in Cooperstown as well.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Edwin Diaz leads the majors with 36 saves, a huge season the Mariners are sitting in a playoff position. In fact, the Mariners describe their game plan as "Get the ball to Eddie." So of course Scooter Gennett hits a game-tying home run off him in the bottom of the ninth, joining Fred McGriff and Ralph Kiner with game-tying homers in the ninth, and we go to extras.