Home   About Us   Bonus Promos   Join Now   Banking Center   Live Lines   Betting Tools   Sports Schedules   Blog
Skytower Sportsbook & Casino Sportsbook Betting Casino Online Racebook Live Help
Forgot Your Password?
Sign Up Bet Now 1-800-375-8701
Add to favorites
Make us your home page
Betting Tools
Site Guide
Banking Center
Privacy Policy
Betting Guide
House Rules
Help Center
Sports Schedules
Sports News
Parlay Calculator
Mobile Phone Gambling
WAP Sports Odds
Football Spreads
Live Lines Ticker
Sports Betting Articles
Live Lines
Betting Guide


R. Robins
If Bets

Betting Rules

Auto Racing
Other Sports

2008 MLB All Star Game

Major League Baseball's All-Star Weekend takes the Big Apple by storm in 2008.

MLB All-Star Baseball Odds — July 13-15, Yankee Stadium

This special collection of events brings together the best of baseball in a true spectacle befitting of the National Pastime.
All the MLB All-Star betting action takes place from July 13-15, 2008.

The 2008 Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be the 79th midseason exhibition between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and the National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.

MLB Sports betting fans vote on the starting position players for the All-Star Game. As of 2004, pitchers and back-up position players are elected by other players, with the team's managers deciding how to fill any empty slots. Each MLB team is guaranteed to have at least one player selected to participate.

The Home Run Derby, a contest among the sport's top home run hitters, is played on the day before the All-Star Game. In the 2002 All-Star Game, following a highly controversial tie when both teams ran out of pitchers in the 11th inning, the MLB changed the rules to give the All-Star Game new meaning and additional incentive for victory.

As of July 2004, for the 2003-2004 seasons, the MLB team that won the All-Star Game was to be given home-field advantage for the World Series. Previously, home-field advantage in the World Series alternated between the two leagues each year.

78 All-Star Games have been played, with the National League winning 40 and the American League winning 36, with 2 ties. The National League has the longest winning streak of 11 games from 1972-1982.

The American League currently has a league-best 11-game unbeaten streak (including the tie in 2002), and has dominated the game since 1988 (losing only 3 times and tying 1). They previously dominated from 1933-1949, winning 12 of the first 16. The National League dominated from 1950-1987, winning 33 of 42 with 1 tie.

This included a stretch from 1963-1982 when they won 19 of 20.

Do not miss out on all the baseball betting excitement as the game's biggest names compete and add another chapter to baseball's rich legacy. Bet the 2008 MLB All-Star Game, at Skytower Casino.

2008 MLB All-Star Week Schedule

July 11-15
• DHL All-Star FanFest
July 13
• Taco Bell All-Star Sunday featuring:
• XM All-Star Futures Game
• Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game
July 14
• Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring:
• MLB All-Star Batting Practice
• State Farm Home Run Derby
July 15
• MLB All-Star Game Red Carpet Show presented by Chevrolet
• 79th MLB All-Star Game

2008 MLB All Star Game Results

MLB All-Star Game: And the winner is ...

American League triumphs on sac-fly in bottom of 15th
Tuesday became Wednesday in New York City.
Opportunity became escape.

And the final Major League baseball All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium had no interest in finality.

The American League finally won the longest Midsummer Classic 4-3 in the bottom of the 15th inning. The Minnesota Twins Justin Morneau scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by the Texas Rangers' Michael Young.

2008 MLB HR Derby Game Results

Morneau tops Hamilton to win HR Derby

Josh Hamilton turned the Home Run Derby into a marathon. Then he lost it as a sprint.

In a show of sustained power befitting Yankee Stadium's final season and striking awe in an audience of his big league peers, the Texas Rangers' prodigal slugger belted a record 28 home runs in the first round of last night's All-Star exhibition.

But Minnesota's Justin Morneau took home the trophy, if sheepishly, by outlasting the weary Hamilton in the final round, 5-3.

“I was lucky that we got reset,” said Morneau, the American League's 2006 Most Valuable Player. “This was his show. He deserved to win it. That was one of the best performances I've ever seen.”

MLB All Star Game Betting Information:

MLB All Star Game Specials: MLB All Star Game Sports Betting Bonus.
MLB All Star Game Betting Odds: Live Odds on MLB All Star Game Betting.

Sports Betting Help: How to get sportsbook help.
Sportsbook Rules: The Sports Betting Rules.
Sports Betting deposits: View MLB All Star Game Betting Deposit options.

Be sure to get your MLB All Star Game bets down early at SkyTower Casino and sportsbook, because the game is here!

To open a new account, simply click on the Join Now icon, like thousands of MLB All Star Game Betting enthusiasts.

If you have any question or need help, click on the Help icon. If you need further information contact us, click on the Contact Us Icon.


Home   Site Guide   Bonus   Privacy Policy   Betting Guide   House Rules   Banking Center   Help Center   Betting Tools   Sports Highlights   Sports News   Sports Schedules   Our Awards   Links Page   Webmaster   Contact Us
Deposit Methods
Copyright © 1998-2008 Skytower Sportsbook, All Rights Reserved.
Toll free 1-866-SKYTOWER or 1-866-759-8693 International 011-506-280-5801