Yankees' relievers make NL hitters look silly in All-Star Game

The American League's 4-2 All-Star Game win was largely buoyed by the late work from the team's relievers, and Andrew Miller and Dellin Betances of the New York Yankees exemplified the headaches the National League hitters were put through.

The 100-mph fastball and knee-buckling breaking balls were part of the 1⅔ innings of shutout work from Miller and Betances.

The rest of the league can surely commiserate with Nolan Arenado, Brandon Belt and Corey Seager, all of whom were feeling the wrath of the Yankees' relievers in the GIFs above: Miller and Betances have combined to strike out 147 batters in 83⅓ innings.