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Matt Harvey pitches two scoreless innings, but AL stars beat NL


On one electric night, on the same remarkable stage, one New York superstar wrote the latest line in the final chapter of his career, and the other added onto what may be a wonderful beginning. In his final All-Star Game appearance, Yankees closer Mariano Rivera worked a scoreless eighth inning. In his first, Mets righthander Matt Harvey started and pitched two scoreless innings for the National League. (Newsday)


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